Digitain was delighted to participate, sponsor and exhibit at iGB Live! 2018. The show was exceptionally well attended, oozed vitality, inspiration and continued sanguineness for the sector. As a sponsor we were delighted with the enquires at our stand which shall keep us busy for the remainder of the year!
We spent a lot of time preparing for iGB Live! and were excited to participate in the exhibition. Overall, we met our business objectives and strengthened our existing positions through participation in the show. iGB Live! gave us enough inspiration to drive BOSS. Gaming success up to the highest point.
COO, BOSS. Gaming Studio
iGB Live is one of the highlights of our company’s event calendar. The great audience iGB Live is able to draw translates into a high quality of conversations — whether during the exhibition or at the many networking parties accompanying the show.
iGB Live! was a huge success for LeoVegas Affiliates and this wouldn’t have been possible without the fantastic iGB Live! Team. Meeting existing partners is always an amazing experience, and we hit the ground running since landing back in Malta having met so many potential partners at the conference.
Lead Customer Acquisition, LeoVegas
I was massively impressed with IGB LIVE! which seemed bigger and better than the previous i-gaming shows held in Amsterdam. It was the perfect blend of conferences, exhibition, suppliers and affiliates all set in a beautiful location with some excellent networking events in the evening.
iGB Live! is a great opportunity to get everything you need in the iGaming industry whether you are an experienced software supplier or a new affiliate. Top-level event-management and attention to detail helps to get new contacts and meet old partners in an amazing venue. Looking forward to visiting iGB Live! 2019!
Danish regulator Spillemyndigheden has established a new whistleblower scheme allowing employees of gambling operators to report evidence or suspicions of wrongdoing in relation to money laundering laws.
Delaware has revealed a month-on-month decline in sports betting revenue for April, while online gaming revenue also fell to a yearly low during the month. Sports wagering revenue amounted to $615,772 (£479,891/€549,244) in April, down from $1.64m in March. In Delaware’s online gaming market revenue amounted to $263,182, the lowest monthly total so far this year. Delaware Park remained the market leader in revenue terms for both sports betting and igaming, with $369,894 in sports betting and $144,084 in igaming.