MARE BALTICUM Gaming Summit welcomes Bankera as latest sponsor

Posted on: July 28, 2020 11:18 PDT

Bankera has just been announced as the official Networking Break sponsor of the MARE BALTICUM Gaming Summit. The Lithuanian FinTech company joins a large lineup of conference sponsors and media partners.

Bankera is building a neobank for the digital era. The company offers multi-currency accounts for businesses, plus payment processing services too. They’re also planning to introduce payment cards by the end of 2020.

The 3rd installment of the MARE BALTICUM Gaming Summit and BSG Awards is scheduled to get underway on August 7th in Tallinn, Estonia at Radisson Blu Hotel Olümpia Tallinn. The conference is focused on shining a spotlight on the gaming markets in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Sweden, Denmark, and Germany.

Also widely known as the Baltic and Scandinavian Gaming Summit & Awards, MARE BALTICUM Gaming Summit was launched in 2018 with a focus on offering new companies and veterans the opportunity to gain insight into various industry topics and receive compliance updates. The conference is popular among the gambling industry in the Baltic and Scandinavian regions.

Since launching, the conference has been hosted in various Baltic cities, including Riga, Latvia and Vilnius, Lithuania. This is the first time MARE BALTICUM finds itself in Estonia.

As the world comes to terms with the COVID-19 pandemic, many gaming industry conferences have been cancelled or put on hold. Global Gaming Expo, known among industry professionals as G2E, takes place in Las Vegas annually in October. On July 8th, the American Gaming Association along with their partner Reed Exhibitions, announced the cancellation of the in-person event. In the coming weeks, G2E will be rolling out details on virtual options to help bring people together.

However, the MARE BALTICUM Gaming Summit is going ahead as planned, thanks in large part to relatively open travel within Europe. Estonia has permitted citizens from EU and EEA countries with a slow coronavirus spread to enter the country without the need for a 14-day quarantine period.