Tom Horn Gaming is thrilled to announce it will again be the main stage sponsor of the two-day Baltic and Nordic-focused MARE BALTICUM Gaming & TECH Summit.
The conference will welcome C-level executives, compliance experts, government officials and influencers from the igaming and tech industries who will be sharing their insights into the latest developments in their respective sectors.
The supplier’s CEO Ondrej Lapides will take part in an exciting panel discussion exploring the future of slots and gamification as well as the latest trends in esports and game development, and the potential of streaming or decentralised systems such as the Metaverse for the igaming industry.
On top of the exciting agenda, the event will also see the return of the prestigious Baltic & Scandinavian Gaming Awards, where Tom Horn will compete against its industry peers in four categories - Best Online Casino Provider in the Baltics, Best Slots Provider in the Baltics, Rising Star in Baltic Online Casino Technology, Best Online Casino Provider in the Nordics - in a bid to replicate or even surpass its tally of previous victories.
“Tom Horn Gaming is honoured to serve as the main stage sponsor of the MARE BALTICUM Gaming & TECH Summitt, “ said Ondrej Lapides, CEO at Tom Horn Gaming. “Events like these that work to initiate discussions on the hottest trends operators and providers are faced with have a lasting impact on the igaming industry and we’re happy to be part of this driving force.”
Zoltan Tuendik, Co-Founder and Head of Business at Hipther added: "We are delighted to welcome Tom Horn Gaming as a sponsor at the MARE BALTICUM Gaming & TECH Summit. Their unwavering support and commitment to our events have been invaluable, and we are grateful for their partnership. We look forward to continuing to work together to bring exciting experiences to our attendees.”
The summit organised by Hipther is as always packed full with a great line-up of industry professionals who will not only tackle the topics of igaming, but will dive deeper into blockchain technology and development, will talk about the intersection of fintech, igaming and artificial intelligence and provide the latest insights into compliance and regulation in the Baltics and the Nordics. The event, conveniently located at the Grand Hotel Kempinski in the centre of Riga, welcomes its participants on 16 and 17 May.