Global Lottery Messenger Forum finds new home at iGaming Super Show 2017

Shona ODonnell, iGB

The 2017 iGaming Super Show (11-14 July) has announced that it will host this year’s Global Lottery Messenger Forum (GLMF), the industry’s leading lottery-focused event.

The GLMF, now in its fourth year, will feature more than 100 industry executives from 19 jurisdictions and will include top-level contributions by leading speakers. It is the best opportunity in the calendar to meet this growing industry’s key decision makers.

Delegates can expect a full day of networking and learning, with information and analysis delivered by expert speakers. Tickets for the 2017 event, which takes place on Tuesday, 11th July and will also host a dinner during the evening, are available now for £499.00 + VAT.

Shona ODonnell, Event Director at iGaming Business, said: “We are absolutely thrilled to welcome the Global Lottery Messenger Forum to its new home at the iGaming Super Show, where it joins a growing stable of events that makes the show the industry’s most complete.

“Lottery is a vital part of our sector, so it will be a fantastic opportunity to learn from and network with its brightest minds.”

The GLMF will be sponsored by SaltarPay, Stuart Ballan, CEO stated: “The Global Lottery Messenger Forum is the only global, annual event for the lottery messenger and betting on lotteries industries, and a brand for diverse, relevant industry education, complemented by excellent, global networking opportunities.

“With the industry trending towards betting on lotteries, regulation, and strong gaming operators, partnering with iGaming Business takes GLMF mainstream, leaning on their massive international conference organising experience, complemented by their strong involvement in the gaming industry.”

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