CasinoBeats Second Edition
Over 1500 delegates from the world of online casinos, as well as a range of other suppliers and regulators from the industry, are on track to meet in Malta this summer. Organisers are crossing their fingers the event can go ahead as planned.
The idea is to blend entertainment, networking, and a selection of visionaries will be present to discuss what the future holds for the gambling industry.
The goal of the event is to offer a place for the brightest and best in the industry to come together and share their ideas, their inspiration, and their predictions for the coming years.
With sponsorship coming from industry bodies such as the Malta Gaming Authority, Casino Malta, KPMG, and Gaming Malta there’s much to look forward to.
Up to 40 exhibitors and 150 speakers are due over the two-day event, which takes place between June 22nd and 24th.
The Plan Of Events
Attendees will be invited to pre-register whilst supping complimentary drinks and taking the opportunity to network with others from the industry.
This networking will extend to June 23rd when the event will kick off formally, and key industry figures will be available for discussion on the beautiful rooftop venue, and also at InterContinental Malta.
The following day on June 24th, the closing party will feature Molly’s Malta Game. This is a further opportunity for networking at a comfortable, contemporary location in premium St Julians hotel.
Molly’s Malta Game takes place at Casino Malta whereby a representative from over 100 companies will compete for a cash prize, paid to the charity of their choice, and awarded personally by Molly Bloom.
CasinoBeats Malta 2020 offers an invaluable networking opportunity for anyone involved in the online casino industry.
Networking, exhibitions, keynote speakers, and a beautiful luxurious setting all await the 1500 delegates due to descend on Malta over the 23rd and 24th of June.
With travel restrictions in place around the globe, the event does have a cloud of doubt hanging over it, but the organisers remain upbeat the event will go ahead.