There is now just under three weeks to go until the fifth edition of the Malta iGaming Seminar. Previous years have brought together senior figures from all sides of the remote online gaming industry.
The agenda for the MiGS 2013 event is spread over two days and covers an exciting range of topics for discussion. Proceeding kick-off on the first day with an introduction by the Maltese Parliamentary Secretary for Gaming, Dr. Edward Zammit Lewis. Over the two days of the event, topics including the future of social gaming, the effects of content cloning, and the emergence of Bitcoin in online gambling will be presented for discussion by moderated panels of experts.
This is also an excellent opportunity to network and meet key people in the global online gaming market. Representatives from the local market will be able to provide detailed information about all manner of products and services available to those interested in what the Maltese jurisdiction has to offer.
Additionally, of the many benefits of hosting this event in Malta is the enviable winter weather enjoyed by the locals. With November temperatures in the mid-twenty degrees centigrade and blue skies above, it is always a pleasant break from the grey skies found further to the north.
More information and detail for registering for the event can be found on the Malta iGaming Seminar website.