iGaming continues to go from strength to strength on our tiny island, attracting thousands of people to the heart of the Mediterranean.
Bringing it all together is the Summit of iGaming Malta (SiGMA), which has since its 2014 inception established itself as the biggest summit of its kind this side of the continent.
Now gearing up for its fifth edition, SiGMA is set to go from strength to strength as it doubles in size and attendance for 2018.
SiGMA’s first edition had seen 1,000 people, with that number doubling every single year. Now, just four years later, the organisers are anticipating an attendance of 12,000 people.
Of course, to cater to this sharp increase in attendees, the guys behind SiGMA will be pulling out all the stops. Ta Qali’s MFCC, already a behemoth venue, will get a complete makeover for the November event, doubling in size to accommodate the increasing demand.
If last year’s edition of the summit is anything to go by, SiGMA 2018 will be bringing together the best names in the industry, along with a buzzing atmosphere and towering stands. Expect most gaming brands to show off their architectural prowess with state-of-the-art custom stands.
In fact, 2017 was such a great year for SiGMA, that all of Malta’s biggest hotels had ended up being fully-booked ahead of the conference.
Picture this, but literally twice the size.
SiGMA has now become much more than an event
Celebrating the fifth edition in style, SiGMA will this year also be launching a careers portal. Since it is now a brand that incorporates a number of events, news and careers, SiGMA will be making it much easier for people to look for any job they wish in iGaming.
Finding your dream job in iGaming is just a click away!
From customer support, IT technology and analytics, to sales, legal and marketing, SiGMA’s career section really does have it all.
And who wouldn’t be part of this industry?
The organisers behind SiGMA are also behind the Malta Blockchain Summit, a first-of-its-kind mega-summit coming this November featuring 4,000 delegates, 100 speakers and even Prime Minister Joseph Muscat as keynote speaker.
Early bird tickets for SiGMA 2018 are already available, but judging by previous years, they won’t be for too long.
You should definitely register early, because the organisers will only accept 13,000 tickets to the show. And even though that looks like a huge number, this will be another sold-out show.