That's right - the organizers of the Online Bingo Summit are already dishing out the press releases in order to drum up some media buzz for what is expected to be the largest online bingo conference to date. Attracting some 85 companies in 2006, nearly twice as many in 2007, and 250 bingo companies last year, attendance at this year's summit is likely to be well over 350 companies.
These numbers are not even reflecting the hundreds of gaming affiliates expected to attend as well. Not only serving as a platform for companies to discuss the state and future of the online bingo sector, the Online Bingo Summit serves as a networking ground for bingo room operators and webmasters seeking to form business partnerships, ultimately getting bingo brands out to the growing number of bettors eager to now give internet bingo a try.
The 2007 Online Bingo Summit will be held on June 16-17, 2009 at the Gloucester Hotel in Kensington, London, UK. On the agenda of events are a newly created "Bingo Affiliate Zone" (for purposes which I just spoke of), a European section for updates on the fast-evolving regulatory landscape in Europe and a technical section highlighting new forms of online wagering, such as mobile bingo gaming and TV gaming.
Attendees can also count on some fun networking parties. Remember, this online bingo isn't just for the old ladies. In fact, the bingo of today is geared to the thirty-somethings. If you are curious about giving internet bingo a try without wagering any money, or for that matter, with the prospects of winning some big money, we recommend checking out the bingo rooms making up the World Bingo Network, which also happens to be open to U.S. players.