The Affiliate Grand Slam Series is Back in Europe

Affiliate Grand Slam Kiev - AGS LogoThe brilliant Affiliate Grand Slam (AGS) series is once again heading to Europe. This latest edition of the series will take place in Kiev, Ukraine’s iconic capital, and will run from the 9th – 10th of August, 2018.

SiGMA’s Affiliate Grand Slam series is a unique event that gives affiliates in the iGaming sector a chance to meet, build relationships and make deals.

It provides the best possible environment to successfully build on existing relationships with key collaborators and to forge new ones. This is particularly important in the iGaming industry, which has proven to be a highly interdependent scene in many ways.

As always, this outstanding event on the iGaming calendar will bring together the best of affiliates with potential collaborators, eager to establish, build or cement a great working relationship.

200 affiliates and 6 operators will attend AGS

The upcoming event will focus on accessing the incredible potential of the CIS and European markets, especially as the two markets converge. There will be 200 top affiliates in attendance who will join a select grouping of no more than 6 operators, as has been the tradition at past AGS events.

What’s more, HasTraffic is sponsoring the latest AGS event and V.Partners, Multilotto, TonyBet, Buffalo Partners, and Yobetit are confirmed hosts.

Kiev, Ukraine was selected as the ideal location for AGS due to it being a regional, cultural and business hub. As such, attendees can expect the Easter European affiliate market to show up in full force, ready to make deals.

Due to the marquee event being well-known for its unique balance between fantastic content and leisurely networking, Affiliate Grand Slam Kiev is expected to be a success.

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As both a player and a fan of strategy analysis in the area of online gambling, my goal is to share the latest information and news about online casinos and the games that they offer. My background was originally in writing guidebooks for the individual games, as well as for tournaments, but after a decade of that, I chose to expand my experience to writing honest, objective, and helpful articles.

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