The organizers are proud to announce that Valéry Bollier will give a presentation about iGaming and the Social Revolution during the Innovation Talks panel on Day 2(21.03.2017) at the Vienna International Gaming Expo 2017.

The panel is specially designed to highlight the most recent innovations and discuss futuristic ideas.

Valéry Bollier has over eleven years of experience in the iGaming industry. He is a regular speaker at industry conferences and seminars, as well as a contributor to various BtoB publications. Equipped with a passion for Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) and ”Big Data”, Bollier is the co-founder and CEO of Oulala, a revolutionary fantasy football game which was launched three years ago.

The Central European gaming sector needs to speed up the process of transformation and its ability to adapt to the new trends and challenges of the online gaming industry offers within their own region. The only way to switch the region’s economy on the new track is investing in innovative solutions. It is not only about ideas, but ideas and their implementation. Bringing innovation into traditional industries is the key to success and ensures the competitiveness of the CEE region.

The seminar will take place in one of the meeting rooms at the Austria Vienna Center on the 20th of March 2017.

Attending the seminars at VIGE2017 requires a POWER DELEGATE status and is subject to availability. All seminars are limited to 250 delegates and the passes can be ordered at an Early Bird Rate of 300 EUR until 15.01.2017.Register as a POWER DELEGATE HERE!

Be sure to save the date and attend VIGE2017, which will be held between the 20th and 22nd of March 2017 at the Austria Vienna Center in order to hear the fresh information at the seminars which will be held within the Expo, highlight your brand for visiting delegates by booking a stand or attend and network with the leading and newcomer company representatives that are going to be present at the show.

Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us 

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