Sigma 2017 Online Gambling Conference – Hotel Rooms Selling Out Fast

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Oct/24/2017

The availability for Sigma 2017 hotel rooms are extremely limited as we close out October.  This is expected to be the biggest online gambling conference ever held.   GAMBLING911 WILL BE THERE

How to Get a Room!

    Corinthia San Gorg five star – FULLY BOOKED

    Corinthia Marina four star – FULLY BOOKED

    Radisson Blu Resort, St. Julian’s – LAST ROOMS AVAILABLE.

Free shuttle bus every 15 minutes from these hotels, in St. Julian’s, to the expo hall.

Should you wish to book any room for SiGMA at special rates, contact Laima on 00356 7777 3902 or by email at laima@sigma.com.mt

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