London Affiliate Conference sells out

9 November 2010

LONDON, England -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- iGB Affiliate Events, organisers of the London Affiliate Conference 2011 (LAC), highlight of the iGaming calendar, have proudly announced a sold-out show. Exhibition stands are no longer available in the sizeable three storeys building in Old Billingsgate, located in central London. LAC, to be held on the 27th-30th of January, has in recent years attracted over 2500 delegates from the iGaming Affiliate community and this year is expected to exceed those numbers.

"We honestly didn't think the exhibition space would sell out so quickly, especially not within a week" Alex Pratt, head of iGaming Business and iGB Affiliate commented "LAC has always been our flagship and most popular event, but this beats even our expectation. We can conservatively expect at least 2500 delegates to come to London to meet our 80+ exhibitors and we will be ensuring that we provide the best networking opportunities for everyone."

Alex is undoubtedly referring to the famed networking parties each night of LAC, opening with the iGB Affiliate Award (www.iGBAffiliateAwards.com), a sophisticated affair where the crème de la crème of the affiliate world attend in the hope of impressing their peers. However there will be plenty of opportunities outside the evening parties to meet the biggest names in the iGaming industry, with premium sponsors including; Affiliate United as platinum, 888.com for Gold, EGO as silver and BetUS for bronze. These are but a small percentage of the 150 operators expected to be present in anticipation of meeting the iGaming affiliates who make up over 80% of the delegate list.

Registration for the event will open on the 15th of November and is completely free for all affiliates, non-Affiliates entrance is £499+VAT. Delegates receive entry to the networking events, lunch on both days of the exhibition, access to the exhibitors and two conference rooms and a free bar during the afternoon of the event in the expo room. In addition the show will once again include the Affiliate Series of Poker, a poker tournament with over $20,000 worth of prize money, will be running on both days. Further details can be found on www.londonaffiliateconference.com. In view of the increasing popularity of the event, the organisers have recently released more rooms at the official event hotel, the Grange St Pauls. Delegates can book preferential rates at www.iGBAffiliateHotels.com.

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