BEGE opens free registration ahead of upcoming return to Sofia

The organizers of the 2023 edition of BEGE announced Wednesday that registration for the annual tradeshow is now open for all visitors to attend the showcase, which will take place November 22-23 at the Inter Expo Center in Sofia, Bulgaria. According to the organizers, more than 75% of the exhibition space has been booked in the first quarter of the year due to record interest. 

The event brings together industry professionals from all around the globe for two days of interactions and partnerships. With more than 6,000 visitors in 2022, BEGE has estimated its influence on the gaming map and registered ultimate interest among the gaming society, according to a press release. 

BEGE returns with an expanded program and improved features, including the new format of BEGE Awards and zone for presentations. More networking and entertainment initiatives are in stock and will be revealed soon, according to the organizers.

For over a decade, BEGE won the recognition of “a crucial intersection for business and innovations.” The show became a hub for industry experts and entrepreneurs to share insights and foster prospective collaborations.

The Eastern European Gaming Summit (EEGS) will also co-occur with panel discussions covering fundamental topics such as marketing, new technologies, regulations, responsible gaming, and more.

The conference is preparing many pre-events such as Master Class, Affiliate, and the third edition of EEGS webinars. Organizers further noted that the latest cutting-edge products and groundbreaking solutions will be showcased again during the show.

Nataliya Baevska, the Project Manager at BEGE, said: “We are excited to bring together the gaming and entertainment industry back to Sofia for BEGE  2023.”

Our event has always been dedicated to connecting the business and driving innovation. BEGE is a major event that contributes to the advancement of the industry. We will reunite with familiar faces and welcome new ones to build a stronger foundation,” she added.