Gambling Conferences

Cyprus Gaming Show still on the schedule for this November

The annual gaming event returns for its fourth year amid a major gaming slowdown due to COVID-19

Another gambling conference is planning to run live this year. The Cyprus Gaming Show (CGS) is ready for its fourth edition after running successfully since 2017. This gambling summit, scheduled for November 4-5, is expected to be bigger and greater than any other previous edition. This event brings together online and offline gaming sectors in a two-day conference and exhibition focused on Cyprus as a prospective location for the gambling industry.

Past editions of the CGS have welcomed gaming operators, third parties, suppliers, regulators, investors, software providers, the media and other industry leaders who participate in panels and network opportunities to gain great insights. This conference helps attendees to identify practical strategies on how to grow and monetize their businesses, discover new audiences and find the great capitalization opportunities that Cyprus has to offer.

This event includes an exhibition that offers delegates the opportunity to meet one-on-one with their suppliers and to find prospective new ones. The exhibition is usually filled with the industry’s top companies and service providers to make it one of the best conferences in the industry to include on the calendar. There will also be new products and services that will be launched and showcased during this exhibition.

The CGS has an important partnership in the industry, including with the National Betting Authority and the Cyprus Gaming and Casino Supervision Commission. One of the main organizers and sponsors of this show is Eventus Media, which has a lot of experience in business branding solutions. This year’s conference will take place at the Hilton Cyprus, Nicosia.

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