SiGMA ups its game with a state-of-the-art virtual expo

SiGMA Europe Virtual Expo will focus on the European gaming and tech marketplace

SiGMA Group is excited to announce the launch of their November event, SiGMA Europe Virtual Expo. The online event, which runs from the 24th to 25th, will focus on the European gaming and tech marketplace. 

In a first for the company, the event will take place over a custom-designed virtual platform, offering attendees an engaging, fully interactive and visual experience that combines the SiGMA and AIBC brands. 

SiGMA founder, Eman Pulis said, “What started off in Malta as one single event back in 2014, has morphed into something bigger and more significant to the times of today. Following the huge success of SiGMA Asia and Americas Digital, we decided to end the year with a bang by elevating our online events even further. We’re excited to provide a collaborative platform that leverages cutting-edge technology to bring the best digital experience for discussion, entertainment and networking to the sector.”

The state-of-the-art virtual events space includes a cutting-edge expo floor offering a visual feast of products and services, and all the energy and excitement of the physical show. 

In addition to 150 big-name exhibitors slated to take part, guests can also expect a lively debate scene in the conference room, with over 100 expert speakers making up a series of in-depth panel debates.

In tandem with a fast-evolving sector, the conference agenda offers a one-stop destination for up-to-the-minute discussion, delving into updates on regulation, the new reality of affiliation and marketing, the changing faces of sportsbook and payments, and the emerging tech pioneering change. 

A Networking Lounge and an interactive Entertainment Lounge offers users the chance to try their hand at the year’s biggest games and to debate and connect with 5,000 fellow attendees through private chat features or within groups.

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