Clarion Gaming unveils iGB Live! HQ conference concept

Clarion Gaming has revealed its new conference concept for it’s Amsterdam based event iGB Live, which unites a trio of previous brands the iGaming Super Show, EiG, and the Amsterdam Affiliate Conference, as one consolidated show.

iGB Live! HQ is to debut at the Amsterdam RAI hosted conference between July 17-20, which aims to re-imagine the traditional format, offering delegates experiential learning across four areas.

With four different areas on offer, Clarion states each offers a unique industry perspective, whilst tackling pressing issues:

  • The Hive – Tackle a variety of diverse topics, such as technology adoption and the LATam market, accompanied by rum and wine tasting.
  • The Counsel – delegates will be invited to participate in debates led by a professional debate team from Cambridge Union.
  • The Elevator – Featuring a series a short sharp fifteen minute presentations on the latest products, processes and technologies.
  • The Boardroom – Enter for a view beyond igaming and learn from some of the world’s leading innovators.

Shona ODonnell, Portfolio Director at Clarion Gaming, commented: “We have a track record of assembling superstar line-ups featuring the industry’s most high-profile and engaging speakers, and this year we have thought very carefully about how best to present them.

“The result is iGB Live! HQ, a first-of-its-kind, immersive conference concept that transforms the way our industry exchanges knowledge.”

Alexander Stevendahl, Chief Executive Officer at Videoslots.com, said: “I’m very excited about the new concept. I believe the networking and the discussions on conferences are more efficient than anything else during a conference.

“Given this new concept; a whole conference putting its focus to open discussion is a big step forward for an increased speed of development of the industry. I’m looking forward to my own discussion board to address the industry to find ways to take advantage of regulation instead of trying to survive it.”