The Prague Gaming and Tech Summit, Central and Eastern Europe (CEE’s) largest betting and gaming industry conference, is celebrating its biggest year yet after a sell-out event on the 29-30th March 2023.
The highly anticipated seventh edition of the show, organised by the CEE region’s leading media and events platform, Hipther Agency, attracted 11 market-leading sponsors, including Cloudflare, GR8 TECH, Nordic Gambling, NSoft, nanocosmos, Tom Horn Gaming, TriStratus, Endorphina, No Fluff Jobs, Bragg Group and Vit2Go.
With 165 participants and 59 thought-leading speakers, the industry-renowned conference showcased new features to the program, including the likes of Bayes Esports, LeoVegas, VIXIO, Inspired Entertainment, GiG, Kaizen Gaming and the Swedish Trade Association for Online Gambling.
In addition to engaging presentations and panel discussions, a number of delegates were invited to join five region-orientated roundtables.
As the summit now looks to its eighth year, Hipther is now scoping out an even bigger venue for 2024 and promise even more opportunities for networking as the event continues to grow.
Reflecting on the event, Zoltan Tuendik, co-founder and head of business at Hipther, said: “This year’s Prague Gaming and Tech Summit was the biggest yet – with an impressive line-up of experts and a record 13 key sponsors.
“After all delegate passes sold out a week before the event itself, we are already seeking a bigger venue and more exciting opportunities ahead of March 2024. We want to express our sincere gratitude to each and every one of you for making the event a huge success. Your presence, insightful discussions, and valuable contributions made the event memorable and worthwhile.
“As a token of appreciation, we extend a heartfelt invitation to attend the upcoming MARE BALTICUM Gaming & TECH Summit on 16-17 May in Riga, Latvia. This event promises to be an exceptional gathering of industry experts, thought leaders, and innovators, where you will have the opportunity to gain new insights, connect with peers, and explore the latest trends and technologies in the gaming and tech industries in the Baltic and Nordic regions.”