The first Cyprus Gaming Show is now a week away and Eventus International reports strong attendee registrations.
The aim of the panel is to discuss strategies and new technology that could be implement during next year as there are two main highlighted events in the calendar, the Winter Olympics and the FIFA World Cup.
The CEEG Awards revealed the shortlists for the second edition of the conference, to take place on September 19-20.
More than 120 operators, 75 top level affiliates and 80 suppliers will be joined by some of the biggest sports organisations in Europe at the conference.
A German market update with Dr. Joerg Hofmann and an Austrian market update with Helmut Kafka were announced for CEEGC2017.
Australasian Gaming Expo started its 28th edition at the ICC Sydney at Darling Harbour with a significant increase of exhibitors.