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i-Gaming Forum 2017

Are

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you interested in i-Gaming? Do you want to find out about new European legislation? Maybe you have a special interest in what’s going on in the Nordic region in general - and Sweden in particular?

Then the 9th annual i-Gaming Forum in Stockholm, on the 5 and 6 of April, is definitely for you!

Experts and operators from all over the world and from all the main i-Gaming hubs are converging for two days at Vasateatern in Stockholm to discuss business intelligence, business trends, innovation, legislation, politics, technology, risk and security management, eSports and more.

And keynote speaker Christen Ager-Hanssen is currently in the news after acquiring Swedish media house Metro, together with associates.

At Copperbergs i-Gaming Forum 2017, the big players in the business discuss the actual issues at hand. It is not a fun-and-games tradeshow, or just a meet-and-greet.

Here the issues really get ironed out, in an interactive auditorium.

Day 2 has a special focus on Sweden, which is currently facing a draft for new legislation. And of course, networking possibilities abound during the event.

Do you want to find out more?

Contact: Thomas Igou, Editorial director, Copperberg. Cell: +46 76 - 010 15 12. [email protected]

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