Excellence in iGaming Start-up Initiative Returns

Excellence in iGaming Start-up Initiative Returns

Annual iGaming event, Excellence in iGaming (EiG), will run from the 18th – 20th October, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. The industry expo brings together leading gaming professionals from around the world to meet, network and share ideas. It also provides a select few gaming start-ups with the chance to be featured at the event and gain exposure to EiG’s high-level and decision-making attendees, all of whom could be potential investors or partners for these start-ups.

Every year, in partnership with GamCrowd, EiG runs its Start-Up Launchpad, inviting gaming start-ups to submit their proposals for the chance to be selected as one of the five finalists to present their innovative approaches to the EiG audience.

The five start-ups are selected in a three-month submission process that ends the 29th August, 2016. The lucky finalists will have the chance to showcase their company at the start-up village and have their own stand on the EiG show floor, where they will have the opportunity to speak in front of a room of industry experts. A judging panel of investors will lead a Q&A and provide final commentary. The panel of investors includes well-known names like Evan Hoff and Mark Blandford.

The winner of the competition will be decided based on a live audience vote. The Launchpad event will take place on 20th October during the EiG event.

Since 2009, the Dragons Den-style competition is the longest running and the most established start-up initiative run at Clarion’s Gaming events. Past winners and finalists who have benefited from the Excellence in iGaming Start-Up Launchpad include: Fresh8 Gaming, Element Wave, FSB Tech, Colossus Bets, Casino VR and Lucky VR.

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