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Monaco iGaming Conference Program Set

The Monaco iGaming Exchanges has announced the conference program for its second annual event, taking place at the Grimaldi Forum October 10-12.

The program includes in-depth coverage of the French market, but also features sessions on the general European and international regions. The various sectors of online gaming will receive attention.

Also included is a session on land-based gaming, a round-table discussion titled “The Future of Land-Based Gambling: Casino, Video Lotteries and Bingo.”

MiE includes a modest trade show area with space for up to 28 industry suppliers and operators.

The inaugural event held last October featured 38 panelists and drew 395 participants representing 221 companies from 24 different countries. A total of 250 journalists generated 400 articles about MiE.

The conference runs simultaneously with SPORTELMonaco, the annual sports television rights trade show also in the Grimaldi Forum. The interest from that market in online gaming sponsorships makes the two events highly compatible.

Last year, SPORTELMonaco welcomed 2,188 participants representing 922 companies from 68 different countries.

The second annual “Monaco iGaming Awards” program will take place the evening of Monday, October 10.

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