Operators looking for the latest gaming products will be able to find them at next week’s CasinoBeats Malta Digital, which is set to feature the summer’s largest exhibition of products and services for the online casino industry. Visitors will be able to access 40 interactive booths showcasing innovations from many of the sector’s highest-profile suppliers from the convenience of their own desk.
The virtual event, which takes place on 30 June - 2 July 2020, will use an advanced technological platform to replicate all the key benefits of a physical trade show. Delegates can look forward to a 120-speaker conference, multiple networking opportunities and, importantly, a virtual exhibition hall.
This highly-functional interactive exhibition is one of the features that sets CasinoBeats Malta Digital apart from most online conferences and will help to ensure the event is of real value to the many high-level delegates from gaming operators who are set to attend.
It provides a platform for operators to view the latest online casino technology and games, and to meet technology suppliers and service providers to talk business. In normal times, physical trade shows are the setting for decision makers to cast their eye over products that could give their business a competitive advantage, but with such events currently postponed, CasinoBeats Malta Digital promises to be a valuable alternative for the industry.
The expo will be accompanied by a programme of live product presentations and exhibitor activities, including prize giveaways and slots, live casino and skill game competitions to create the kind of buzz found at the most successful physical trade shows. There will also be a series of opportunities for exhibitors to connect with operators in themed networking sessions, workshops and roundtables.
Delegates can expect to see new offerings from content, platform and software suppliers such as Stakelogic, Triple Cherry, Green Jade Games, Kalamba Games, Playson, Synot Games, TVBet, Relax Gaming and Hub88, along with the latest tech solutions from market leaders including BetConstruct, BetB2B, Finnplay and Microgame.
There will also be a large contingent of payments and compliance solutions suppliers, including Dimoco, Neosurf, W2 and Aurum Solutions, along with leading services providers such as ICS digital, Mindway AI, VIXIO Regulatory Intelligence and Square in the Air.
The virtual exhibition format was an important part of the successful SBC Digital Summit and SBC Digital Summit Latinoamérica events, and a number of the exhibitors from those online trade shows will be returning at CasinoBeats Malta Digital.
Frances Fenemore, Chief Marketing Officer for VIXIO Regulatory Intelligence, explained why.
“The SBC Digital Summit was a great opportunity for VIXIO. Our virtual stand enabled us to meet new and existing contacts and we had interesting conversations,” said Fenemore.
“The interactivity of the exhibition made it easy for delegates to chat with one of our team whilst browsing our booth. It was a different experience to a physical event, but the end result was very similar and we’re looking forward to doing it again at CasinoBeats Malta Digital.”
Jaap Kalma, SBC’s Chief Commercial Officer, said: “Everyone in the online casino industry knows how important exhibitions are to suppliers keen to meet prospective buyers and to operators looking for ways to enhance their offering to players.
“So we’re delighted to have found a technical set-up that allows us to replicate many of the benefits of physical trade shows and help companies to continue doing business during this most unusual of years.”
In addition to the virtual exhibition and networking opportunities, CasinoBeats Malta Digital delegates can benefit from the insights of some of the industry’s biggest names during the five-track conference, which focuses on the Future of Gaming, Regulation & Compliance, Payments, Technology & Innovation, and Working in Malta.