Clarion Events confirms bumper numbers for EiG 2014

Clarion Events confirms bumper numbers for EiG 2014

Monday, September 15, 2014 Totally Gaming

Clarion Events, the organiser of EiG (Excellence in iGaming) 2014, has confirmed a sharp year-on-year rise in the number of operators that have signed up to attend the event next month in Berlin, Germany.

Clarion Events has revealed a 20% year-on-year increase in operator groups and a 100% increase in individual operators to date, with more than a month still to go before EiG takes place at Arena Berlin from October 21-23.

“We promised to deliver growth in operators at EiG 2014 and the numbers speak for themselves,” Kate Chambers (pictured), Portfolio Director, Clarion Events, told TotallyGaming.com.

“Over 250 operators from 54 operating groups are signed up to date, representing significant growth year-on-year.”

The likes of 888, bwin.party, bet365, Betclic, Betfair, BetFred, BetVictor, Gaming VC, Rank, Ladbrokes, LeoVegas, mybet, Paddy Power, Paf, Pinnacle Sports and Tipp 24 have confirmed their attendance.

The global growth of the industry will also be reflected by an increase in the number of international delegates, with the figure currently 17% higher than last year.

With more than 600 registrations so far – a 38% increase on 2013 – the overall attendance at EiG is set to rocket, with delegates attracted by a programme that will feature experts who will provide a valuable perspective from outside as well as inside the gaming industry.

“We will deliver an outstanding programme, with speakers that those in the gaming industry won’t normally come across,” Chambers added.

Clive Humby, the creator of the Tesco Clubcard scheme, will be discussing building brand loyalty, while Chris Searle, formally of Bacardi and the former chairman of the Portman Group, will provide insight into how the drinks industry was able to change perceptions of its activities.

Video games industry pioneer Don Daglow will focus on trends and future directions of iGaming content, with his session to be complemented by other video game big-hitters such as Electronic Arts, Atari, and BigPoint.

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