EiG in demand as Early Bird cut-off draws closer

15 July 2013

LONDON -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- Organizers of this year's European iGaming Congress & Expo (EiG) 2013, which takes place across the 8th, 9th and 10th of October in Barcelona, are encouraging delegates to take advantage of the Early Bird rates, which offer savings of up to €400 on the cost of buying a Full Conference Pass, and €200 on an Expo only ticket. EiG’s Early Bird rate closes automatically on Friday 19th July.

Looking ahead to what is Europe’s definitive business event for the iGaming industry, Kate Chambers, Portfolio Director responsible for EiG said: “We have worked extremely closely with our stakeholder partners to ensure that EiG remains the event of choice for iGaming professionals throughout Europe and beyond. Whilst retaining all of the features that have made EiG so popular with C-Level delegates, at the request of our industry partners we have also added a raft of new content aimed at meeting the business needs of iGaming’s implementers. To achieve this we have introduced a host of new features including 11 specialist Workshops and Networking Groups, EiG Tutorials, Breakfast With... sessions, The EiG Power Talks and The Pitch. These additions, alongside the 100+ thought leaders and 80+exhibiting companies participating in EiG, will set new standards in the delivery of knowledge, innovation and premium networking opportunities.”

The positive reputation that EiG enjoys in the market has been underlined by news that President and Chief Executive Officer of the American Gaming Association, Geoff Freeman, will be using EiG to make what is scheduled to be, his first official engagement outside of the United States following his appointment to the post, effective July 1st. In other news Bally Technologies Vice President of Business Development, John Connelly, has confirmed a major sponsorship agreement at EiG, an event, which he said, Bally was committed to and planned to 'support for years to come.'

To access the Early Bird rate and download the official EiG program, visit

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