Embrace the future of iGaming


1500-plus attendees, over 50% representing either operators, affiliates or regulators, 36% companies new to the show from 60-plus countries – these are the latest delegate facts EiG is reporting. Don’t miss out on the three days of un-paralleled learning from over 100 outside and inside the industry speakers across EiG’s theatre 2025 and theatre 2015, discovering innovations at the Start-Up Village and from the Pitch presentations and networking with decision-makers, in Berlin purely to do business.


Check out the latest brochure here and attendee list here

Latest news

Trends in eSports, VR, anti-fraud, sports trading technology and casual gaming are exploited by start-ups shortlisted for the 8th EiG Start-Up LaunchPad competition to take place on 22 October at Arena Berlin.

The LaunchPad,...

Bigger companies and more competition across the market mean it’s a great time to be an innovator in the gaming industry, according to David Mills, head of Matchbook’s mLabs incubator.

Mills, who is also head of research for the betting...

Amid changing and more challenging market conditions, the industry’s overall reputation and political agenda has become a prominent issue for all betting operators.

SBC and EIG met with Gareth Davis William Hill Chairman...

Tal Zamstein, the operations director of Merkur Interactive Services, believes that companies must closely study their customers’ online behaviour and not just their browsing history if they are to interact successfully.

Zamstein, who...


Check out just some of the high-level companies registered to date:

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