Ian Beighton to Visit Malta’s Biggest iGaming Event SiGMA 2018

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November 27, 2018 1 min read

As SiGMA 2018 approaches, over 12,500 attendees from more than 80 countries have already confirmed their presence. Ian Beighton, Senior Vice President of Business Development and Sales EMEA at Innovecs, will also visit this year conference.

SiGMA 2018 will be hosted in the Malta Fairs and Conventions Centre in Ta’ Qali on November 28-30, 2018. So far, it has transformed into the largest iGaming event held in Malta, which aims to bring iGaming community together, give multiple networking opportunities, shed light on industry-specific topics as well as help grow promising startups.


The event is expected to gather an unprecedented number of the industry experts: 400 sponsors and exhibitors and over 200 keynote speakers. The agenda features the first SiGMA hackathon, a series of iGatherings, blockchain-focused discussions, and more.

The Innovecs team has gained a vast iGaming engineering expertise delivering iLotteries, slots, VR games, etc. SiGMA 2018 is a good chance for us to meet and share insights.

Take a chance to meet our representative in person.

Appoint a meeting right away:

Ian Beighton

Senior Vice President of Business Development and Sales EMEA


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