Preparations Continue Apace for the Scandinavian Gaming Show

Eventus International is busy with the final preparations for the upcoming fourth edition of the Scandinavian Gaming Show, which will be taking place on the 2 and 3 November, 2022 in Copenhagen, Denmark.

There have been numerous regulatory developments from Scandinavia in recent times and they are having a major impact on the iGaming industry. The iGaming event will give attendees the chance to hear about these developments from industry leaders in the fields of legal, regulatory and player experience.

Eventus International has also announced two new sponsors for the Scandinavian Gaming Show, BetConstruct and Symplify.

BetConstruct develops online and land-based gaming solutions. Its award-winning products can be found in 15 countries and include Sportsbook, Sports Data Solutions, Retail Solutions, RNG & Live Dealer Casino, VR Casino, Poker, Skill Games, Fantasy Sports, Social Platform and more. Its most recent innovation is the industry’s first complete management infrastructure, Spring BME.

Symplify has over 20 years of experience in the gambling industry and powers a CRM Ecosystem. It helps operators build relationships with players using multiple communication channels that are designed to increase engagement. Its platform provides Marketing Communication, Conversion Testing, Data Insights, and AI, and is used by several leading operators such as Mr Green and Leo Vegas.

The Scandinavian Gaming Show will be held at the Carlsberg Museum & Business Centre. Attendees will be able to enjoy function areas, exhibitions and more in this unique location. The museum is next to the former home of Carl Jacobsen, where he housed his sculpture collection. Visitors will have the chance to enjoy a special collection of Denmark’s world-famous late 19th century Skagen painters, making the gaming show a truly unique and memorable event.

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