Over 6,000 to Attend iGB Live Expo

Major iGaming businesses, brands, affiliates, and more to attend the industry’s biggest dedicated exhibition! (Images from igblive.com)

Industry professionals, insiders, and affiliates already have the dates marked in their calendars – the iGB Live Expo in RAI Amsterdam will finally take place at the end of September!

This is the largest dedicated iGaming exhibition in the industry, and it will take more than a pandemic to stop thousands of operators, suppliers affiliates, and more from connecting.

Originally scheduled to take place in July 2020, the event has been postponed twice, but will now take place from September 28 to October 1 in Amsterdam.

The first iGB expo since London 2019, the event is expected to have over 6,000 attendees, more than 120 exhibitors, and provide a ton of new content that is sure to appeal to enthusiasts across all iGaming sectors including Casino, Bingo, eSports, Poker, Lottery, Sports Betting, Fantasy Sports, Skill Games, Social Games, and Financial Trading.

Of the attendees, we already know that leading online casino brands, payment providers, casino and sportsbook aggregators, algorithm testing companies, casino software development firms, eSports companies, and cryptocurrency firms will all be in Amsterdam for the long-awaited exhibition. Each will be anticipating the potential for leads and growth that the iGB Live Expo is renowned for helping to create.

Big names such as 888, BetConstruct, ecoPayz, LeoVegas, Jeton, William Hill, iSoftBet, Entain, CoinsPaid, Mr Green, and Greentube have so far announced their decision to attend, but there are so many more. In fact, missing out on such an event would be considered bad business, to say the least, for brands across the different sectors as this event is expected to be full of the key decision-makers for many of the brands attending so don’t be surprised to see plenty of post iGB news reports covering the formation of new partnerships.

Especially there to take advantage of their dominance and introduction of new online casinos will be the well-known casino aggregation platforms. In particular, these brands will hope to meet existing clients and form new leads that can aid growth and expand the number of providers on their platforms, while newbie and existing operators will likely be at the event looking for the perfect aggregator platform for their new casino. We already know that leading aggregator brands such as SoftSwiss, Soft2Bet, Digitain, and Blue Ocean Gaming have all announced their intention to make an appearance at the 4-day expedition, and already many of the best online casinos were built using these aggregation platforms.

Soft2Bet Aggregator: Here on Casinobonusplus, we have reviewed quite a few online casinos using the Soft2Bet aggregator platfrom. For example, in our online casino reviews section, you will find casinos such as Malina Casino, Slots Palace Casino, BoaBoa Casino, Alf Casino, and Zet Casino. This is a platform that offers thousands of video slots from providers such as BetSoft, Mirogaming, Playson, Red Tiger, NetEnt as well as live games from Evolution, BetGames, Ezugi, and Pragmatic Play Live, plus a large number of jackpot slot titles from Playtech’s Age of the Gods collection. Playtech is also has a casino aggregator platform but we don’t see the company’s name on the attendee list as of yet.

Algorithm Testing Companies, Top Slot Software Developers, Payment Providers – the list of brands attending is endless

Alongside major online casinos and aggregation platforms, a host of brands from a variety of other sectors have confirmed their attendance at the 2021 iGB Live Expo. Payment providers such as Jeton, ecoPayz, CoinsPaid, and a variety of cryptocurrency-related firms will all look to further their connections with online casinos, while third-party RNG testing companies including iTech Labs and GLI (Global Laboratory International) have already confirmed via social media that they will be in attendance.

Sportsbetting enterprises such as VBet, TonyBet, Bet-at-Home, and 22Bet also refuse to miss out on an event that has seen registrations jump 40% since quarantine restrictions were lifted in Amsterdam. Furthermore, a long list of iGaming content developers including EGT Interactive, Authentic Gaming, BGaming, Betixon, PariPlay, BetConstruct, Fazi, Karamba, Mancala Gaming, Gameart, iSoftbet, Greentube, ORYX Gaming, Tom Horn Gaming, EvoPlay, Mascot Gaming, and TVBet will be hoping to enter new markets and strengthening positions, and relationships with clients in existing markets.

For any company that takes the iGaming industry seriously, the iGB Live Expo is the one event you should not miss. You can find a full rundown of many of the confirmed attendees and their stand numbers on the official iGB Live website. If you do not have a ticket yet, now might be a great time to pick one up!