AffPapa Hosts Successful iGaming Networking Event in London

AffPapa recently hosted a successful iGaming Club networking event in London, with over 250 industry affiliates, operators, and providers in attendance. This was the second in a series of networking events for the biggest names in the iGaming industry, with leading companies such as Betsson Group, Campeon Affiliates, Raketech, AskGamblers, Sofascore, CatenaMedia, Soft2Bet, and Casino Guru all present.

The event proved to be extremely popular, with the initial capacity of 200 seats selling out in the week leading up to the event. Organizers accommodated the high demand by making additional seating available at the De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms, with over 500 registrations recorded in total.

The iGaming Club experience started with a unique speed dating event organized by AffPapa to assist attendees in finding possible partners more efficiently. Special tables were divided into sections that facilitated networking and an opportunity for companies to showcase their products, services, and develop relationships with other brands.

After the speed dating, guests enjoyed an exclusive networking dinner where they had the opportunity to spend time with friends, colleagues, and new acquaintances. During the dinner, AffPapa’s CEO, Levon Nikoghosyan, and Head of Commercials, Yeva Avagyan, shared their exciting plans for the upcoming iGaming Club event in Malta in conjunction with iGaming NEXT. The event is scheduled to take place from June 20 – 22 and will see AffPapa host its second annual iGaming Awards, shining a light on the strongest performers in the industry.

Levon Nikoghosyan, CEO at AffPapa said, “iGaming Club went beyond our expectations. We had an astounding amount of interest towards our event and had already sold out a week prior to it, leading us to disable registration for the last couple of days. We see the huge demand, and we’ll make sure to take that into account and welcome each and every registrant at our upcoming Malta event in June.”

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