With SBC, CasinoBeats marked its growing presence in Malta with an evening of complimentary drinks for 100 guests from the gaming sector, at the appropriately named Network Bar in St Julian’s.
Visitors came from across the betting and gaming community for a relaxed evening of drinks and networking. Guests joined CasinoBeats from a wide range of operators, suppliers and other stakeholders, including Altenar, Authentic Gaming, BetConstruct, CasinoGrounds, LeoVegas, Letsbet, Multilotto, Neteller, Play’n Go, Relax Gaming, Royal Panda and Wishmaker.
David Flynn, CEO of innovative games provider Swintt, commented: “It was great to see SBC and CasinoBeats mark their arrival in Malta with an informal networking session last week. The SBC Malta Networking Drinks was a very well-attended event by both operators, media and suppliers alike.
“The environment was perfect to be able to socially discuss the important topics in the today’s market over a glass or two. Having worked within the B2C side of gaming for the past year and a half, it was the ideal way to initiate Swintt’s B2B entry into the market, making new connections and refreshing previous business relationships.“
Lorena Torregrosa, SBC’s Malta-based business development director, added: “The Malta gaming market is a top priority for SBC and CasinoBeats and it is important that we support the fantastic business community here in any way we can. We want to thank all those that attended.
“We’ll be running regular networking evenings like this one and we look forward to once again catching up with friends, old and new.”
On Wednesday, June 19, CasinoBeats will be hosting an early evening briefing at The Palace in Sliema, Malta, as a distinguished panel discusses how the sector can overcome the blockchain impasse facing the online gambling industry.
Find out more and submit your interest to attend this free event here.