Registration for CEEGC 2018 Budapest Now Open: Latest Highlights

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May/14/2018

Budapest – The organizers of the Central and Eastern European Gaming Conference (CEEGC) are excited to announce that the registrations for the third edition of the annual event is now open. You can book your seat on the following link.

New year, new venue (even more luxurious)

The 2018 edition of the “bombastic gaming seminar” will be held at The Ritz-Carlton on the 25th of September and the event promises to once again bring the quality content and networking opportunities for attending delegates.

We are looking forward to organizing the 3rd edition of our crown event in Budapest. CEEGC gathers the international gaming community each year and we are aiming for an event at an even more luxurious venue this year. The event will of course also feature the yearly CEEG Awards, which will highlight some of the leading brands of the industry. See you all in Budapest!” said Zoltan Tundik, Founder and Head of Business at European Gaming Media and Events.

The age of Machine Intelligence and how regulators must keep up with technology

The subtitle of the 2018 event is “The age of Machine Intelligence and how regulators must keep up with technology” and the agenda is full of high quality content. CEEGC 2018 will once again feature regulatory and compliance related panel discussions about Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Belarus, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland, but will also focus on Responsible Gambling, AML, Licensing Procedures in the European Union, Innovation and will feature a special IMGL MasterClass™.

As in earlier years, the conference is limited to 125 delegates and will host special networking session for delegates to meet and greet with an emphasis of getting to know each other’s area of business.

You can view the full agenda on the following link.

Already announced sponsors of the event are NetEnt, BetConstruct and Tal Ron, Drihem & Co. Be sure to take advantage of the sponsorship opportunities in time as the packages are limited. View available sponsorship packages here.

Make sure you grab your seat in time and attend the most prestigious boutique style gaming event which gather C-level executives yearly in one of Europe’s most visited city.

Register here!

About the organizer, European Gaming Media and Events (formerly EEGMedia/EEGEvents)

European Gaming Media and Events is a leading media and boutique event organizer company in the European Union.

The live events/conference division is in charge of organizing boutique style executive gaming events that focus on bringing inside information from the top gaming experts in the European Union and beyond. Their first event was held in Budapest on the 19th of September 2016. Since then the team have implemented more destinations into their event portfolio.

In short, they cover most areas of Europe with international events that serve the local and global industry, optimize networking opportunities and bring the hottest topics into scope.

The event destinations include Vienna, Prague, Budapest, Riga and Ljubljana with special focus around emerging markets.

For more details about the calendar, agendas and locations, visit the Live Events/Conferences section on europeangaming.eu

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