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Practicing my free speech: Feminism

Zoltan Tundik

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Even though this article might not hit the headlines (because the truth is always kept off the record or some might not share it due to their politically correct worldview), I am going to share my thoughts on the current wave that is sweeping the world and the gambling industry.

I have been thinking a lot before engaging into the topic. However, if one keeps silent and just shares Press Releases and Latest News, one question pops up immediately: what’s the role of journalism in all this?

Growing up in a former communist region (about which some of you have only a theoretical knowledge) makes me raise awareness about the dismaying times towards which we are heading.

The dual-systems theory of patriarchy and capitalism which was a common form of socialist feminism in the 1970s and ‘80s was viewed as a failed project by many in the 1990s and beyond. In any event, the fall of Communism in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe probably had a negative effect on the popularity of socialist feminism.” (Source: monthlyreview.org)

It is clear that if you switch on the TV, listen to the radio, read printed newspapers and browse through the online media, you will find the words “sexism” and “feminism” everywhere. There is no denying that with these public allegations and mainstream media helping the movement, we are heading towards the theory Marx developed in 1844.

Probably the majority of you would contest these facts, stating that Western society is a free one and will never apply Marxism to its social realities. However, the statements of the UK Gambling Commission Chief Executive, Sarah Harrison, and the statements of the representatives of Clarion Gaming Events are exactly related to Marxist theory.

Marxism has always been at the forefront of the cause of women’s emancipation and the Bolsheviks always took the question of revolutionary work among women workers very seriously. Lenin, in particular, attached an enormous importance to this question, especially in the period of the revolutionary upsurge from 1912-14, and during the First World War. It was at this time that International Women’s Day (8th March) began to be celebrated with mass workers’ demonstrations. It is not an accident that the February (March, according to the new calendar) revolution arose from disturbances around Women’s Day, when women demonstrated against the War and the high cost of living.

Now, don’t get me wrong here: I’m a billion miles away from being sexist and was just pointing out the fact that the ideology of these “Wonder Women” is clearly a sign that the spirit of Marx is living today and has now made its way into all industries.

Just by reading that the British Gambling Commission (GC) issued a demand to halt the promotion of sexism in the Gambling industry, referencing to this week’s ICE Totally Gaming event and that the regulator emphasized that it could boycott the trade show unless there is some change in this attitude makes you raise an eyebrow and ask: What exactly is the real role of Ms. Harrison?

It’s utterly funny how she tries to de-eroticise the adult entertainment industry while the modern society is full of women drinking themselves into stupor, parading their naked derrière and flashing of their breasts in public after the booze starts kicking in. Why? Because this is seen as THE attention-grabbing behavior. The cool one.

Credits: dailymail.co.uk

 

I guess the women in this picture are all part of some promoter’s group which was contracted by a company active in the gambling industry. Now that’s class for you! Why not starting an education program about women’s self-esteem in today’s society if you want to trigger off a movement? Commenting on marketing techniques and promoters just looks like silly tactics towards a straw dummy.

This sounds clearly like some grand plan that will make the world better. Probem is that it’s hooking a large audience and snaking its way into many industries out there. Basically it’s happening in all industries. Just read through the article about Sexism in eSports or just consider what is happening in the auto industry, where the subjects of the new rule have made a statement saying that their activity should not be scrapped because they don’t see it as a sexist or exploitative job.

How are the “ladies” in the picture above “classier” than the ones pictured below, who are used for brand or sport promotion? Guess promo girls are being mistreated and forced to strut their bodies. It’s farcical how feminists from all corners of the world like to dress sexy on dates and go out partying in seminude clothes. Or maybe they’re going out in their jammies and slippers?

 

Credits: examiner.co.uk

 

Do you really think that men are going to races or watching live broadcast because they want to see the promo girls? I bet that if there were male models promoting this or that brand, the female audience would be chatting incessantly about them during their girl talk.

Most of the female sports fans are following athletes or racers for their good looks (e.g. Beckham, Ronaldo, Hamilton…). Now, following the slippery logic of feminist vigilance, shouldn’t FIFA ban famous players from doing underwear commercials because it’s scandalously sexist?

If you’re smart enough to get this correctly or if you’re an ‘out of the box’ type of person, you will easily see that scrapping stereotype behavior should not be combated by rules. It should be encouraged by the genuine role models via proper education.

Back to the gambling industry and the clear statements meant to abolish sexism in the industry….

Bringing to notice some previous editions of the event, the Chief of the UK Gambling Commission spoke about the “scantily clad” women who were featured on stands to promote certain gambling products and services. Referring to her own visit to the show last year, the authority figure said this is a “significant stain on the industry’s reputation” and that it led her to speak with the senior figures from across the gambling sector about implementing a big change to this.

Taking a look at the situation of the UK’s gambling industry, which is currently being bombarded with irrational changes, we can already declare that the Gambling Commission has started this boycott based on skirt length of mannequins and just goes with the flow to somehow keep the industry on a tight feminist leash.

Credits: Firelotto.io Twitterfeed

The photo and some of the promoters were subject to outrage by BBC and, of course, Chief Sarah Harrison, who earlier this week told BBC’s Radio 4 about her dismay at seeing a gender disparity at the show, with some women on exhibition stalls doing promotional work in revealing clothing.

“The men were wearing smart suits and women were being asked to wear not much more than swimsuits. That’s totally unacceptable; it’s not reflective of the modern economy,” she said.

“This isn’t about political correctness. It’s about good regulation and good governance, because businesses that have a more diverse workforce are more likely to make better decisions. And that’s critical from a regulator’s point of view.”

Now I ask you: how is this different than seeing the minds that shape the youth in society doing promotional skits for different brands? See the picture below with Katy Perry showing that she is a fangirl of West Ham United.

Credits: mirror.co.uk

Another statement that got under my business owner skin was the statement issued by the organizer of the event. Given the fact that all these companies attending and exhibiting at the event are already obeying thousands of rules and paying heavy money for their participation, they have to commit to promoting their brand names via personalized agendas or pens (freebies that are usually thrown away by delegates anyway) without having any instant presence of their brands in the eyes of attending delegates.

The European Casino Association (ECA) and Clarion Gaming, which are the event’s organisers, have backed the UKGC, issuing an open letter urging exhibitors to take note of the warning before the event opens tomorrow.

According to The Guardian, the letter said: “In the spirit of the 21st century, when both women and men play strategic and decision-making roles in businesses, we encourage all exhibitors to mindfully represent support staff promoting their products at the show in a non-offensive and non-stereotyping way.”

The question here is: Are women not allowed to take part in decision-making bodies in the gambling industry? Having the experience in organizing events and discussing marketing plans, 90% of the decision makers which I’ve discussed with and which gave the green light for everything promotional; were women. There is nothing wrong with and the statement makers should closely consider the fact that all the promoters and their outfits are mostly picked by female event planners and event managers working for the exhibiting companies.

Do you really think that “male” business owners are attending these events to ogle at the promo girls? I think that we have passed this point a couple of years ago and the ones that do attend especially for such entertainment are just plain old horny anyway. I mean, let’s not squeeze the male mindset evolution into the stereotype thinking you are claiming to oppose.

It’s really funny how just 8 – 9 names have evolved to the statuses of leaders of a movement which is backed by their egos and is just shared by fellow industry colleagues (from both genders) just to be associated with the leading company.

As I put it in the article’s introduction, I don’t expect many to share my view on the situation, but just think about how such a rewrite of social codes is taking back open mindedness to a dangerous level where you are inhibited to wear clothing that has been the subject of harsh regulation.

The subject will be a main discuss on “The Morning Show” with Hawkie which is streamed Monday morning on iGamingRadio.com

Make sure you add your comments on our social media channels and look forward to receiving your backlash!

PS: The featured image was picked to lure in the female readers of the article. How stereotypical of me…..

 

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Official Shortlist for the 2020 edition of the Baltic and Scandinavian Gaming Awards(BSG Awards) is now available

Zoltan Tundik

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The official shortlist of the Baltic and Scandinavian Gaming Awards 2020 is now live.

 

It has been a hard and stressful period for some of the companies who battled daily by reaching out to their clients base and asking for feedback via votes to help them climb the charts and be included in the shortlist for the 2020 edition of the Baltic and Scandinavian Gaming Awards (BSG Awards).

During June, the industry had the chance to cast their votes online for their favorite operators, software suppliers, and connected service providers and help them reach the Top 5 for their respective categories.

The online voting closed on the 30th of June at midnight and we are happy to announce that despite the critical period the industry is facing, there have been a total of 9641 votes submitted during the session. There have been many categories in which the number of votes has been at the exact results for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and even 5th place. All companies who made the shortlist should feel proud of this achievement.

The shortlists for each category can be found below and as mentioned in the statement, the winners will be decided by the attending delegates via final voting session at the third edition of the conference and awards that will be held on the 6th of August in Tallinn at Radisson Blu Hotel Olümpia Tallinn.

Make sure to book as fast as possible as the seating is limited! You can choose one of the packages that include either delegate pass or delegate pass and accommodation combo (VIP Package)!

Here are the shortlists per category and per region:

Baltics – 18 Categories

  1. BEST ONLINE CASINO IN THE BALTICS 2020 (OPERATORS)
  • CBET
  • NOMINI
  • PAF
  • UNIBET
  • BETSAFE
  • VIENSVIENS

 

  1. BALTICS – BEST CUSTOMER SUPPORT IN ONLINE CASINO 2020 (OPERATORS)
  • CBET
  • NOMINI
  • PAF
  • VIENSVIENS
  • BETSAFE
  • OPTIBET

 

  1. BEST SPORTS BETTING OPERATOR IN THE BALTICS 2020 (OPERATORS)
  • CBET
  • OPTIBET
  • PAF
  • UNIBET
  • BETSAFE
  • BET365
  • OLYBET

 

  1. BALTICS – BEST CUSTOMER SUPPORT IN SPORTS BETTING 2020 (OPERATORS)
  • CBET
  • PAF
  • BETSAFE
  • BET365
  • VIENSVIENS
  • UNIBET

 

  1. BEST ESPORTS SERVICE PROVIDER IN THE BALTICS 2020 (B2B)
  • ULTRAPLAY
  • MTG ESPORTS
  • SPORTRADAR
  • SIS
  • TAIN BETTING

 

  1. BEST FANTASY SPORTS / VIRTUAL SPORTS PROVIDER IN THE BALTICS 2020 (B2B)
  • GOLDEN RACE
  • DS Virtual Gaming
  • FANTASY SPORTS INTERACTIVE (FSI)
  • NSOFT
  • PLAYTECH

 

  1. RISING STAR IN BALTIC FANTASY SPORTS / VIRTUAL SPORTS 2020 (B2B)
  • GOLDEN RACE
  • DS Virtual Gaming
  • NSOFT
  • FANTASY SPORTS INTERACTIVE (FSI)
  • PLAYTECH

 

  1. RISING STAR IN BALTIC SPORTS BETTING TECHNOLOGY 2020 (B2B)
  • GOLDEN RACE
  • ALTENAR
  • TGLAB SPORTSBOOK & MODELLING
  • DIGITAIN
  • STATSCORE
  • SINGULAR

 

  1. BEST SPORTS BETTING INNOVATION IN THE BALTICS 2020 (B2B)
  • GOLDEN RACE
  • SG DIGITAL
  • Gaming Solutions
  • TGLAB SPORTSBOOK & MODELLING
  • ULTRAPLAY

 

  1. BEST SPORTS BETTING PROVIDER IN THE BALTICS 2020 (B2B)
  • GOLDEN RACE
  • SOFTGAMINGS
  • Gaming Solutions
  • TGLAB SPORTSBOOK & MODELLING
  • ULTRAPLAY
  • ALTENAR

 

  1. BEST MOBILE BETTING PROVIDER IN THE BALTICS 2020 (B2B)
  • GOLDEN RACE
  • Gaming Solutions
  • TGLAB SPORTSBOOK & MODELLING
  • ULTRAPLAY
  • DIGITAIN
  • STATSCORE

 

  1. BEST ONLINE CASINO PROVIDER IN THE BALTICS 2020 (B2B)
  • SOFT2BET
  • EZUGI
  • TOM HORN GAMING
  • TV
  • MICROGAMING

 

  1. BEST ONLINE CASINO INNOVATOR IN THE BALTICS 2020 (B2B)
  • SOFT2BET
  • EZUGI
  • TOM HORN GAMING
  • SOFTGAMINGS
  • TV
  • PG SOFT

 

  1. BEST SLOTS PROVIDER IN THE BALTICS 2020 (B2B)
  • TOM HORN GAMING
  • EZUGI
  • RELAX GAMING
  • WAZDAN
  • PLAY’N GO
  • EVOLUTION GAMING
  • YGGDRASIL
  • QUICKSPIN
  • SYNOT GAMES
  • NETENT

 

  1. BEST LIVE CASINO PROVIDER IN THE BALTICS 2020 (B2B)
  • EZUGI
  • NETENT
  • VIVO GAMING
  • EVOLUTION GAMING
  • TV

 

  1. RISING STAR IN BALTIC ONLINE CASINO TECHNOLOGY 2020 (B2B)
  • SOFT2BET
  • EZUGI
  • TGLAB SPORTSBOOK & MODELLING
  • TOM HORN GAMING
  • MICROGAMING

 

  1. BEST PAYMENT SERVICE PROVIDER IN THE BALTICS 2020 (CONNECTED)
  • CONNECTPAY
  • GLOBALNETINT
  • HEXOPAY
  • BANKERA
  • TRUSTLY
  • ZIMPLER

 

  1. BEST TESTING LABORATORY IN THE BALTICS 2020 (CONNECTED)
  • BMM TESTLABS
  • GAMING LABORATORIES INTERNATIONAL(GLI)
  • ECOGRA
  • ITECH LABS
  • QUINEL

 

Nordics – 18 Categories

 

  1. BEST ONLINE CASINO IN THE NORDICS 2020 (OPERATORS)
  • NOMINI
  • WAZAMBA
  • YOYOSE
  • PAF
  • BETWAY
  • BWIN
  • CASUMO
  • 888
  • VIDEOSLOTS
  • UNIBET

 

  1. NORDICS – BEST CUSTOMER SUPPORT IN ONLINE CASINO 2020 (OPERATORS)
  • WISHMAKER
  • VIDEOSLOTS
  • TIVOLI CASINO
  • BWIN
  • CASHMIO
  • NORDICBET
  • PAF
  • KARAMBA
  • UNIBET
  • 888
  • BET365
  • POKERSTARS
  • TOMBOLA
  • NINJA CASINO
  • CASUMO
  • CHANZ
  • GUTS
  • JACKPOTJOY

 

  1. BEST SPORTS BETTING OPERATOR IN THE NORDICS 2020 (OPERATORS)
  • RABONA
  • ZULABET
  • BET365
  • PAF
  • BETWAY
  • BWIN
  • 888
  • UNIBET
  • TIPWIN
  • SVENSKA SPEL

 

  1. NORDICS – BEST CUSTOMER SUPPORT IN SPORTS BETTING 2020 (OPERATORS)
  • BET
  • SVENSKA SPEL
  • PAF
  • STANLEYBET
  • UNIBET
  • BET365
  • BETHARD
  • BETSSON
  • OPTIBET
  • NORDICBET
  • BWIN
  • BETSTARS
  • 888

 

  1. BEST ESPORTS SERVICE PROVIDER IN THE NORDICS 2020 (B2B)
  • ULTRAPLAY
  • SIS
  • SPORTRADAR
  • MTG ESPORTS
  • ABIOS GAMING

 

  1. BEST FANTASY SPORTS / VIRTUAL SPORTS PROVIDER IN THE NORDICS 2020 (B2B)
  • GOLDEN RACE
  • FANTASY SPORTS INTERACTIVE (FSI)
  • VERMANTIA
  • KIRON INTERACTIVE
  • NSOFT
  • BETCONSTRUCT
  • PLAYTECH
  • VSOFTCO
  • MAGELLAN ROBOTECH
  • SPORTRADAR
  • BETSYS
  • SCOUT GAMING GROUP

 

  1. RISING STAR IN NORDIC FANTASY SPORTS / VIRTUAL SPORTS 2020 (B2B)
  • GOLDEN RACE
  • FANTASY SPORTS INTERACTIVE (FSI)
  • NSOFT
  • VERMANTIA
  • SWUSH
  • BETCONSTRUCT
  • EVENBET
  • EVERYMATRIX
  • KIRON INTERACTIVE
  • BETRADAR
  • SCOUT GAMING GROUP
  • PLAYTECH
  • OGS FANTASY SPORTS
  • ELBET

 

  1. RISING STAR IN NORDIC SPORTS BETTING TECHNOLOGY 2020 (B2B)
  • GOLDEN RACE
  • Gaming Solutions
  • TGLAB SPORTSBOOK & MODELLING
  • ALTENAR
  • PLAYTECH

 

  1. BEST SPORTS BETTING INNOVATION IN THE NORDICS 2020 (B2B)
  • GOLDEN RACE
  • Gaming Solutions
  • TGLAB SPORTSBOOK & MODELLING
  • ALTENAR
  • NSOFT

 

  1. BEST SPORTS BETTING PROVIDER IN THE NORDICS 2020 (B2B)
  • GOLDEN RACE
  • Gaming Solutions
  • TGLAB SPORTSBOOK & MODELLING
  • ALTENAR
  • TXODDS
  • UPGAMING
  • GIG (GAMING INNOVATION GROUP)
  • BETCONSTRUCT
  • METRIC GAMING
  • NSOFT
  • OFFSIDE GAMING
  • LSPORTS
  • SPORTING SOLUTIONS

 

  1. BEST MOBILE BETTING PROVIDER IN THE NORDICS 2020 (B2B)
  • GOLDEN RACE
  • Gaming Solutions
  • TGLAB SPORTSBOOK & MODELLING
  • ULTRAPLAY
  • ALTENAR
  • FSB
  • NSOFT
  • GLOBAL BET
  • STATSCORE
  • BEST GAMING TECHNOLOGY (BGT – PLAYTECH)

 

  1. BEST ONLINE CASINO PROVIDER IN THE NORDICS 2020 (B2B)
  • TOM HORN GAMING
  • SOFT2BET
  • EZUGI
  • TGLAB SPORTSBOOK & MODELLING
  • GREENTUBE
  • NETENT
  • PLAY’N GO
  • SG DIGITAL
  • ASPIRE GLOBAL

 

  1. BEST ONLINE CASINO INNOVATOR IN THE NORDICS 2020 (B2B)
  • TOM HORN GAMING
  • SOFT2BET
  • EZUGI
  • YGGDRASIL
  • GREENTUBE
  • ENDORPHINA
  • NETENT
  • BETCONSTRUCT
  • PLAYSON
  • QUICKSPIN
  • ASPIRE GLOBAL
  • SG DIGITAL
  • SPIGO

 

  1. RISING STAR IN NORDIC ONLINE CASINO TECHNOLOGY 2020 (B2B)
  • TOM HORN GAMING
  • SOFT2BET
  • EZUGI
  • TGLAB SPORTSBOOK & MODELLING
  • GREENTUBE

 

  1. BEST SLOTS PROVIDER IN THE NORDICS 2020 (B2B)
  • TOM HORN GAMING
  • YGGDRASIL
  • EZUGI
  • PLAY’N GO
  • GREENTUBE

 

  1. BEST LIVE CASINO PROVIDER IN THE NORDICS 2020 (B2B)
  • VIVO GAMING
  • NETENT
  • EZUGI
  • MICROGAMING
  • EVOLUTION GAMING
  • XPROGAMING

 

  1. BEST PAYMENT SERVICE PROVIDER IN THE NORDICS 2020 (CONNECTED)
  • TRUSTLY
  • MONEYNETINT PAYMENT SOLUTIONS
  • EML PAYMENTS
  • PAYSAFE
  • ECOMMPAY
  • EMERCHANTPAY
  • EURO PAYMENT GROUP

 

  1. BEST TESTING LABORATORY IN THE NORDICS 2020 (CONNECTED)
  • BMM TESTLABS
  • QUINEL
  • GAMING LABORATORIES INTERNATIONAL(GLI)
  • ECOGRA
  • ITECH LABS

 

As mentioned in earlier press releases, the conference is going ahead as planned and based on official sources, Estonia has allowed from June 1 for citizens from EU and EEA countries with a slow current spread of COVID-19 to enter the country without the requirement of a 14-day self-isolation period.

You can consult the list that is updated weekly on the following link.

MARE BALTICUM – The Baltic and Scandinavian Gaming Summit will once again bring together the leading companies in the Baltic and Scandinavian region for a full day of quality learning and networking with local regulators and industry experts.

You can find more details about the Agenda here or you can register here!

Browse the official event website here: www.marebalticumgaming.com

You can view the photo gallery from the inaugural event on the following link.

Browse the video archives of the panel discussions which were recorded on the 7th of May at the virtual edition of the conference.

For further inquiries about the 2020 live edition of MBGS and BSG Awards (6 August – Tallinn, Estonia), speaking/attending/sponsoring options, make sure to send an e-mail to Andrada Bota (B2B Sales Executive at Hipther Agency) or subscribe to the weekly newsletter on the following link.

Visit www.marebalticumgaming.com for more details!

For media-related inquiries, please contact Alexandru Marginean (Marketing Specialist at Hipther Agency).

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Baltic regulators panel discussion and round table confirmed at MARE BALTICUM Gaming Summit (Tallinn, Estonia)

Zoltan Tundik

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Baltic regulators gather this August in Tallinn at the 3rd edition of the MARE BALTICUM Gaming Summit (live conference).

 

The Baltic online and land-based gambling industry has been hit hard by the COVID-19 lockdowns and tax revenues of the Baltic states have fallen drastically during the first semester of 2020.

In Estonia, the restrictions imposed due to coronavirus are having a significant impact on gambling tax receipts, to the extent they are paralyzing many activities, including those related to social welfare, financed by the tax and under the auspices of the Ministry of Social Affairs, the ministry says.

Lithuania’s gambling revenue for Q1 2020 has fallen 2.8% year-on-year to €25.9m, with an increased online contribution not enough to offset land-based declines caused by Covid-19.

Despite the decline in revenue, turnover across all licensees was up 13.8% to €296.5m in the three months to March 31. This was due to a significant jump in the contribution from online betting and gaming, which climbed 54.2% to €201.2m, meaning the channel accounted for 67.9% of market turnover in Q1. With Lithuania’s land-based venues closed from 16 March, turnover for the channel was down 20.8% to €94.3m.

The Latvian parliament (Saeima) has passed a bill on June 5 that effectively allows the return of gaming. Under the bill, both online and land-based gaming operations can return to business. As a result, the gambling industry in Latvia is planning to return as of June 9.

All gaming operations in Latvia were banned after a bill introduced on March 22. This was a direct result of the country’s government aiming at reducing the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Back in April, the Latvian government updated the bill, effectively banning online gaming with an instant effect.

At the live edition of MARE BALTICUM Gaming Summit that will be held on the 6th of August in Tallinn at Radisson Blu Hotel Olümpia Tallinn, the Baltic regulators are joining a unique panel discussion and round table discussion to bring the latest information about the outcome of the lockdowns, but also to discuss together with the industry the way forward.

The panel discussion will be moderated by the MARE BALTICUM Gaming Summit Ambassador, Andrius Gabnys (Attorney At Law – Gabnys Law Firm) and will be joined by Sören Meius (Estonian Ministry of Finance), Lolita Sumskaite (Ministry of Finance Lithuania) and Signe Birne (Director of Lotteries and Gambling Supervisory Inspection of the Republic of Latvia). More names from the Baltic regulatory bodies will be added in the upcoming weeks.

Make sure to book as fast as possible as the seating is limited! You can choose one of the packages that include either delegate pass or delegate pass and accommodation combo (VIP Package)!

As mentioned in earlier press releases, the conference is going ahead as planned and based on official sources, Estonia has allowed from June 1 for citizens from EU and EEA countries with a slow current spread of COVID-19 to enter the country without the requirement of a 14-day self-isolation period.

You can consult the list that is updated weekly on the following link.

As in earlier years, the conference will also feature the next edition of the Baltic and Scandinavian Gaming Awards (BSG Awards). Read more here…

MARE BALTICUM – The Baltic and Scandinavian Gaming Summit will once again bring together the leading companies in the Baltic and Scandinavian region for a full day of quality learning and networking with local regulators and industry experts.

You can find more details about the Agenda here or you can register here!

Browse the official event website here: www.marebalticumgaming.com

You can view the photo gallery from the inaugural event on the following link.

Browse the video archives of the panel discussions which were recorded on the 7th of May at the virtual edition of the conference.

For further inquiries about the 2020 live edition of MBGS and BSG Awards (6 August – Tallinn, Estonia), speaking/attending/sponsoring options, make sure to send an e-mail to Andrada Bota (B2B Sales Executive at Hipther Agency) or subscribe to the weekly newsletter on the following link.

Visit www.marebalticumgaming.com for more details!

For media-related inquiries, please contact Alexandru Marginean (Marketing Specialist at Hipther Agency).

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DS Virtual Gaming announced as LANYARDS SPONSOR at the live edition of MARE BALTICUM Gaming Summit (Tallinn, Estonia)

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Leading virtual games provider, DS Virtual Gaming, among the sponsors of the 3rd edition of MARE BALTICUM Gaming Summit (live conference).

We are excited to announce DS Virtual Gaming as the LANYARDS SPONSOR at the live edition of MARE BALTICUM Gaming Summit and BSG Awards, which will be held on the 6th of August in Tallinn at Radisson Blu Hotel Olümpia Tallinn.

DS Virtual Gaming joins a huge lineup of sponsors at the conference and in order to secure your seat, make sure to book in advance and choose one of the packages that include either delegate pass or delegate pass and accommodation combo (VIP Package)!

“This is the second year that we participate at MBGS, this time not only as attendees but also as sponsor and speaker. Our relationship with European Gaming Media and Events started in March 2019. Since then we have not missed any of their events. We appreciate the quality of the educative sessions in a professional, yet relaxed business atmosphere. Since COVID-19 the entire schedule of events has changed. We hope that with MBGS we will gradually go back to normality again,” commented Araksi Sargsyan, Head of Business Development at DS Virtual Gaming.

DS Virtual Gaming are a software developer and comprehensive service provider in the field of virtual sports betting and online games.

Their team tried and tested top products RACINGDOGS, RACINGDOGS+, RACINGHORSES, RACINGKARTS and Roulette are best sellers and long sellers at the same time.

The special feature of their software is that the virtual events are recorded video files that visualize the final result.

Test their products today and visit the official website: www.virtualgaming.com

You can also contact the DS Virtual Gaming team at [email protected]

Make sure to book your ticket now in order to avoid disappointment, and book a meeting with their team. The seats are limited and are selling out fast!

Order your Delegate Pass or VIP Package (Delegate Pass +Accommodation) now!

As mentioned in earlier press releases, the conference is going ahead as planned, and based on official sources, Estonia has allowed from June 1 for citizens from EU and EEA countries with a slow current spread of COVID-19 to enter the country without the requirement of a 14-day self-isolation period.

You can consult the list that is updated weekly on the following link.

As in earlier years, the conference will also feature the next edition of the Baltic and Scandinavian Gaming Awards (BSG Awards). Read more here…

You can vote for your favorite companies in the Baltic and Nordic region between 1 – 30 June to help them reach the top 5 and advance to the shortlist. Vote here!

MARE BALTICUM – The Baltic and Scandinavian Gaming Summit will once again bring together the leading companies in the Baltic and Scandinavian region for a full day of quality learning and networking with local regulators and industry experts.

You can find more details about the Agenda here or you can register here!

Browse the official event website here: www.marebalticumgaming.com

You can view the photo gallery from the inaugural event on the following link.

For further inquiries about the 2020 live edition of MBGS and BSG Awards (6 August – Tallinn, Estonia), speaking/attending/sponsoring options, make sure to send an e-mail to Andrada Bota (B2B Sales Executive at Hipther Agency) or subscribe to the weekly newsletter on the following link.

Visit www.marebalticumgaming.com for more details!

For media-related inquiries, please contact Alexandru Marginean (Marketing Specialist at Hipther Agency).

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