Malta is hosting the 6th edition of SiGMA 2019 which launched on the 27th of November and this one has been tipped to be the best one yet! Also known as the world’s iGaming village, the three-day event is jam-packed with speakers, affiliates and sponsors and exhibitors.
This year there’s a strong focus on the leaderboard of global gaming companies and the event is set to be the biggest global iGaming event, globally.
12,500 attendees, 2,500 affiliates, 400 sponsors and exhibitors, 200 speakers an over 80 countries, SiGMA 2019 has certainly increased in size, scope and success over the past 5 years. Announcing this year as their busiest yet, it is offering 12,500 delegates the opportunity to network with some of the leading iGaming industry professionals and sign deals with some of the world’s largest brands. Starting on Wednesday 27th November and running until Friday 29th November on the beautiful island of Malta, guests from 80+ countries around the world are invited to embark on highly sort after business opportunities within the iGaming sector in 2020 and beyond.
A number of conferences and workshops are taking place over the three days, some of which include, Regulation & Compliance, Blockchain & Bitcoin SV, CRM Workshop, Payments & Fintech, Esports & Sportsbook and Empowerment of Women in Collaboration with WiDS Malta and Data Science Malta.
It will also see the likes of Alex Sommers, Director of affiliate marketing at 1xBet, Michael Spiteri Baily, Partner at AE, Richard Mifsud, Business Advisor and Co-Founder at Helo Gaming, Mikael Jansson, Chief Marketing Officer at Hero Gaming plus many more who will all offer interesting speeches over the course of the summit.
iGaming is one of the most cut-throat business’s around today so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that SiGMA is right in the centre of this making it also a super competitive summit. It’s developed into the ultimate showcase within the iGaming industry and runs not only in Europe but also globally.
The SiGMA 2019 calendar also sees an impressive number of entries and while all roads still lead to the Summit, SiGMA has been supported by a number of other local and global events that take place in the year.
Building on their Repertoire
2019 marks the year SiGMA really worked hard to increase their repertoire, staying true to their commitment. Not only have they increased their focus in SiGMA Careers which is their latest pillar on the website, but they have also filled out their news portal which is dedicated to industry news within the iGaming industry. If that wasn’t enough they also create a biannual publication called SiGMAgazine, a great place to promote your brand to a global iGaming community. The SiGMAgazine is filled with lengthy features and really interesting in-depth interviews with leaders in the industry.