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2012 iGaming Super Show Comes to Close

25 May 2012 by Devon Chappell

iGamingSupershow2012One of the largest gatherings in the internet betting industry – the third annual iGaming Super Show – has come to a close after four days of in-depth conferences, learning clinics and non-stop networking. Organized by iGaming Business (iGB), the iGaming Super Show is largely aimed at bringing together affiliates with betting site operators (much like the iGBAffiliate.com conferences). But what sets the iGaming Super Show apart from other conferences, including the long-running Casino Affiliate Convention (CAC), is that it truly is deserving of the title “Super Show” in that it has become the largest event in the iGaming industry.

This year’s iGaming Super Show was split into two main tracks – an affiliate track on Day 2 and an operator track on Day 3. The affiliate track included conferences pertaining to online marketing, while the operator track covered a broad range of issues facing betting site operators. Two supplemental programs – “Professional iGaming Management and Education (PRiME)” and “Betting Trends & Strategies” – were hosted on Day 3, the former aimed at new entrants in the online gambling market. Limited to 30 places, PRiME was an an all-day intensive that covered everything from payment processing and marketing to fraud and player recruitment.

Learning clinics were hosted for four hours each day of the show, giving both affiliates and operators the opportunity to receive one-on-one consultations on topics covering online marketing (SEO and PPC), social media, payment processing and Word Press. But just like all affiliate conferences, the most popular events were the networking parties. Even non-operators, such as the Isle of Man’s Gambling Supervision Commission, were pleased with the opportunities surfacing around the events of the show.

Once again hosted in Ireland, the 2012 iGaming Super Show was expected to be even larger than last year’s record breaking attendance. However, early numbers indicate the turnout was no larger than the 2011 event. As reported by InterGameOnline, the rumor on the streets is that there is talk about holding the next iGaming Super Show in Amsterdam at a slightly later date. Needless to say, Amsterdam is quite the popular place for holding iGaming conventions. The aforementioned CAC was, for many years, held in Amsterdam.

Wherever the 2013 iGaming Super Show is hosted, rest assured that iGaming Business will be working hard to bring together the online gambling industry in due proportion.

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