A large-scale gathering, this year’s SiGMA Europe fair in Malta promises to be the best edition of all. The gambling meeting will draw industry leaders, operators, providers, experts, affiliates, investors and innovators for networking, participating at insightful conferences, entertaining and, of course, doing business.
Originally launched in 2014, SiGMA Europe has grown in tandem with Malta’s burgeoning iGaming industry, making it one of the most renowned events globally. Today, the SiGMA brand stands as an authority in the sector. Attendees can expect an all-encompassing program of events that showcases the best in today’s online casino and sports betting landscape, all while keeping an eye on future trends and innovations in the years to come.
The Mediterranean Maritime Hub (Xatt il-Mollijiet, Marsa, Malta) will be the new, larger venue, three times bigger than last year’s place (32,000 square meters of prime exhibition space). Organizer SiGMA Group (lead by Eman Pulis, founder, and Emily Micallef, new CEO) announces 700+ exhibitors, including relevant companies of the sector, such as Alea.com, Aviatrix, BetConstruct, BGaming, Boomerang Partners, Digitain, DS Virtual, EGT Digital, EvenBet Gaming, Evolution, FBMDS, GR8 Tech, Mancala Gaming, Mascot Gaming, Pay4Fun, Paysafe, Pin Up Partners, Pinnacle, Play’n GO, Pragmatic Play, Soft2Bet, Tom Horn, Vibra Gaming, Wise Gaming, and WorldMatch, among others.
Regarding keynotes, academy masterclasses and conferences, Robert Abela (Maltese Prime Minister) will speak about the country’s booming economy. Some issues of the complete agenda that will be discussed between 250 experts during the event will be SEO & digital marketing, crypto trends, fintech, payment solutions, regulation and compliance, Metaverse, web3 & blockchain, online casinos, the world of influencers and affiliate marketing, AI and emerging tech, investment strategies, Esports and sportsbooks, etc. Participants will also be able to learn about different markets through interesting workshops: LatAm (mainly, Brazil), Nordic, and Italian. A meeting of the International Association of Gaming Advisors and the SiGMA Startups Pitch can also be mentioned.
About networking, there will be cultural tours, sports competitions (football, paddle, golf, poker), the Centurion MMA fight, charity events, dinners, drinks, parties and three nights for prizes: the SiGMA Awards (November 13th), the SiGMA B2C Awards (November 14th), and the Streamers Awards (November 15th).
In short, over 25,000 global gaming industry delegates will make Malta the maximum iGaming hub for a week. SiGMA Europe will be a great chance to leverage the significant crossover potential for multi-faceted business deals and to double down on opportunities to connect with some of the leading affiliates, policymakers, thought leaders, and suppliers in the sector.