Delegates to this year’s EiG, which is being held at Arena Berlin (21-23 October), are being encouraged to take advantage of the Early Bird entry rate before it closes automatically on August 1. The EiG Early Bird gives attendees the chance to save €250 off the onsite rate, and €200 on a standard conference pass, while granting open access to all areas of the three-day event, which gives the industry’s leading minds the opportunity to come together and explore gaming’s latest ideas, thinking and innovations.
Previewing the event, Kate Chambers, Portfolio Director responsible for EiG, said: “EiG remains the space of choice for iGaming professionals throughout the world. Business is evolving, and our new home at the uber-cool Arena Berlin, one of the city’s most creative spaces, is giving us the freedom to explore fresh ideas and approaches, as well as hosting all the digital trend-setters, the start-ups, leading gaming investors, regulators and international gaming operators at a single event. We’re also inviting free thinkers from outside the industry to join us in delivering knowledge, innovation, creativity and networking at what promises to be a liberating and thought provoking event.”
For the seventh consecutive year, EiG, will host its acclaimed start-up competition. Five start-ups will pitch their propositions in front of industry experts and investors, and a room full of iGaming executives. Over the last seven years the Launch-Pad has become an important and respected cornerstone of the iGaming sector for companies in their early stages looking to raise capital and gain invaluable industry exposure. Alongside the Launch-Pad EiG will also feature the Start-Up Village & Meeting Zone. The Start-Up village, which had 14 companies in 2013, will have a central meeting area for those wanting to explore the newest solutions in the market.