The Prague Gaming and Tech Summit, a betting and gaming industry conference aimed at the Central and Eastern Europe market, has announced its list of headline sponsors ahead of the event.
The now sold-out seventh edition of the show, organized by media and events platform Hipther Agency, will take place March 28-30 at Vienna House in Prague’s Andel district, starting at 08:45 am.
Zoltan Tuendik, Co-Founder and Head of Business at Hipther, commented: “We have allocated a limited amount of sponsorship packages in order to provide the optimal visibility for all companies that have decided to support our event as sponsors. Thus, we are happy to announce that all packages have been booked and some companies have already shown interest to support the 2024 edition of the event.”
The event already has a record 11 key sponsors confirmed, with regional market actors such as Cloudflare, GR8 TECH, NSoft, Bragg Group, Tom Horn Gaming, Endorphina, nanocosmos and TriStratus all set to headline the event.
Matej Filipančič, Head of Turnkey Solutions at Bragg Gaming, stated: “Bragg Gaming, a leading global iGaming technology provider, is all set to attend the Prague Summit. The company has adapted its PAM (Player Account Management) Platform to fully comply with the Czech regulatory framework, making it an ideal fit for tier-one operators in the market.”
Evgen Belousov, CEO of GR8 Tech, added: “We’re going to the Prague Gaming & Tech Summit 2023 to connect with key players in the iGaming industry and showcase the unique solutions that GR8 Tech has to offer. I feel like we’re going to make the most out of it as silver sponsors of the event.”
As confirmed in an earlier press release, the 2023 edition of the Prague Gaming & TECH Summit will bring new features to the program and speakers from the likes of Bayes Esports, LeoVegas, VIXIO, Inspired Entertainment, GiG, Kaizen Gaming and the Swedish Trade Association for Online Gambling.
“As well as quality content shared during the panel discussions and keynote presentations, a limited number of delegates can also join five region-oriented roundtable discussions,” organizers noted in a statement.
Ondrej Lapides, CEO at Tom Horn Gaming, also commented on the company’s sponsorship, as “Zoltan and his team always make sure the event brings together leading experts and enthusiasts to share insights and trends on the latest developments in the region.”
Oliver Lietz, CEO at nanocosmos, said that as the company continues to explore the possibilities of interactive live streaming, “the gaming industry stands to benefit tremendously.”
“By combining cutting-edge technology with engaging content, we can create truly immersive gaming experiences that will keep players coming back for more. I look forward to sharing my insights and collaborating with other experts in this dynamic field.”