The International Association of Gaming Advisors (IAGA) will support SiGMA with its events
SiGMA has announced that it has entered into a partnership with the International Association of Gaming Advisors (IAGA). Under the agreement, the association will support SiGMA in developing quality conference content for the SiGMA Americas Digital Summit, and in co-producing a half-day conference during the upcoming SiGMA Europe super show in November 2021.
In addition to collaborating on SiGMA’s summits, IAGA will support a number of ancillary networking events, including the SiGMA iGathering Dinners – which are held throughout the year.
SiGMA is a platinum sponsor of the International Association of Gaming Advisors and a proud supporter of IAGA’s ongoing efforts to provide industry knowledge, vital education through conferences and seminars, and valuable networking opportunities for executives in the gaming industry.
Kirsten Clark, IAGA’s Executive Director, commented that “IAGA is pleased to be working with SiGMA to expand the education and networking opportunities supporting the rapidly growing iGaming market, as so many of our members and long-time supporters have been actively involved in shaping online gaming both domestically and abroad.
We look forward to our future collaborations with the global SiGMA team and working together to raise the industry’s collective expertise in this dynamic gaming segment.”
The International Association of Gaming Advisors provides a collaborative forum for discussing key issues affecting global gaming today. Their members include a broad array of industry attorneys, senior executives, financial advisors, regulators, consultants and academics, who meet throughout the year to discuss the future of gaming. IAGA also hosts a number of prominent events and online Best Practices Webinars each year to keep members current on the global gaming industry’s latest issues, trends and best practices. Through their initiatives, IAGA supports all facets of gaming education while offering other programs like the Shannon Bybee Scholarship that furthers the study of gaming law.
Nicole Fields, SiGMA’s VP Growth and Strategy for the US markets, said, “The partnership between SiGMA and IAGA makes a great deal of sense. Both organizations are focused on delivering quality content and exposure at quality events.
For SiGMA, partnering with IAGA allows us to tap into some of the industry’s best and brightest industry leaders so we can continue delivering highly engaging and thought-provoking webinars, conferences and networking the industry has come to expect from SiGMA – and we’re happy to deliver.”
SiGMA Europe – Malta
The SiGMA Europe event is set to take place this 16 – 18 of November, 2021, at the MFCC, in Ta’ Qali, Malta. The 3 day gaming event will form part of Malta Week, a week-long series of conferences held by the SiGMA Group. The back-to-back conferences will leverage the endless opportunities for cross-polination between the 4 conferences; SiGMA, AIBC, Med-Tech World, and AGS.
Europe continues to remain a leading market for gaming, making this a great location for the 7th edition of SiGMA.
SiGMA Americas Digital
The SiGMA Americas Digital follows the success of SiGMA’s virtual expos, and will be the second virtual summit dedicated to this region. Live streamed in multiple languages from an interactive platform, the virtual summits allowed the international gaming community to connect at a time when a united stand was crucial.
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