SINGULAR becomes sponsor of next month’s Mare Balticum conference

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Posted on: July 28, 2020 6:06 am EDT

The international gaming company has signed on to participate in the upcoming event

The Radisson Blu Hotel Olümpia Tallinn is preparing to receive attendees to the third edition of the gambling conference MARE BALTICUM Gaming Summit and BSG Awards, which are scheduled to take place on August 6. This summit promises to bring together the best and most recognized experts of the gambling industry in the Baltic and Scandinavian region, including an extended invitation to industry fellows from other European countries outside of the region. After the coronavirus pandemic took over the world and shattered virtually all mass gathering events for months, this will be the first live event – not online – to take place in the old continent. Many companies have lined up to give their support, including the brand-new sponsor SINGULAR, the latest general sponsor.

SINGULAR, a comprehensive and flexible iGaming platform provider, is bringing along its more than ten years of experience working next to Tier 1 iGaming operators. The company’s portfolio includes a Sports Betting Platform that contains market-leading features, the iGaming platform, and a retail solution and casino core with more than 7,000 games offered. Its corporate slogan is to “be outstanding” and its three pillars are reliability, flexibility and innovation.

SINGULAR’s Chief Commercial Officer Robert Dowling has been confirmed to participate in the panel discussion named “Sports Betting and Casino in 2020-2021 – Cross Promotions, Betting, Game Variety And More” on behalf of the company. He has more than ten years of experience in the online gaming industry, starting as a career consultant working with gaming operators and payment industries, and he has helped the companies he has engaged with to experience significant growth.

Everything continues according to the plan for this year’s Mare Balticum conference with no reported changes. Estonia, since June 4, allows visitors coming from other European countries with slow current coronavirus spread to travel and visit but following a required self-isolation period of 14 days.