The iGaming Super Show 2011

The iGaming Super Show 2011


Event Type:Tradeshow
When:24-26 May 2011
Where:The RDS Dublin
80 Merrion Road
Dublin, Ireland 4
Website:www.igamingsupershow.com/
Audience:Affiliate, Online Gaming
Linked In:events.linkedin.com/iGaming-Super-Show/pub/510279
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The aim of the iGaming Super Show is to provide a meeting place for the whole industry whether you are a vendor, media, affiliate, operator or regulator – This was the first event which brought the whole industry under one roof. In total, we had over 2,000 attendees from CEO's of the leading operators through to payment services, regulatory boards and some of the biggest affiliates in the sector. Whether you are starting out as a marketing executive or are a veteran in the iGaming industry, this show was inclusive for every job role.

Alphabetical Exhibitor Listing
View iGaming Super Show exhibitors by products and services offered


Exhibitors and Sponsors
1. 888.com Booth A10
2. Ace Revenue 
3. Affactive Booth F40 & F34
4. Affiliate Club  Booth D20
5. Affiliate Lounge  Booth G54 & G56
6. Affiliates United Network  Booth A20
7. Alderney Gambling  Booth E46
8. Aliquantum  Booth C34 & C40
9. APCW  Booth F24 & F30 (Media Sponsor, Supporting Association)
10. Aspire Affiliates (Neo Games) Booth G44 & G46
11. AvaAFX Booth E50
12. Bet365  Booth A40
13. Betting Jobs  Booth C30
14. BetUS Partners Booth D10 & D12
15. Bingowebcams Booth A2
16. BMIT  Booth E52
17. Bodog  Booth E5, E6, E7, E8, E9, and E10
18. Buzz Sports Booth B28
19. Bwin  Booth E11, E12, E14, E16, E18, and E20
20. Casino City  Booth F24 & F30 (Media Sponsor, Supporting Association)
21. Chili Poker Booth J16 & J18
22. Comeon! Booth H38
23. Counting House  Booth E28
24. Dragonfish  Booth F10 & F4
25. Dublinbet Booth H44 & H46
26. E-PLAY 24  Booth J34
27. EGO - EGamingOnline  Booth H6 & H8
28. Entropay  Booth B36 & B38
29. Esanda  Booth C44
30. eToro  Booth F8
31. Euro Partners  Booth C2 & D2
32. Everest Booth F44 & F50
33. Fairway Casino (VIG) Booth F26
34. G2E  Booth E54 & E56
35. Gambling Therapy  Booth C48
36. Genesys Affiliates  Booth B2, B4, and B6
37. Gowild  Booth H4 & H10
38. GPWA  Booth F24 & F30
39. GTECH G2 
40. Guru Gaming Booth E2
41. Intertops  Booth E3 & E4
42. Jackpot Capital  Booth F2
43. Mansion  Booth H26 & H28
44. Market-Ace Booth F48
45. Microgaming 
46. Neteller Affiliates  Booth H14
47. Nordicbet Booth H16 & H18
48. NYX  Booth E26
49. Parspro  Booth E48
50. Partygaming Booth B10
51. Poker In Venice Booth G52 and F56 & F54
52. Poker Tracker Booth C24 & C26
53. Pokerstars  Booth J36, J38, and J40
54. Quova Booth C50
55. Racing Post  Booth E34
56. Slotastic  Booth F6
57. Star Games  Booth H36
58. Star Partner  Booth D4 & D6
59. Unibet  Booth J11, J12, and J14
60. Victor Chandler  Booth F20 & F14
61. VIG Booth E24
62. Villento Affiliates Booth F36
63. Winner Affiliates  Booth C8 & C10
64. Wonder Bingo Booth F16

The iGaming Super Show 2011 News
Income Access to exhibit at iGaming Super Show
19 May 2011
Income Access will be exhibiting at booth C24-C26 at the iGaming Super Show in Dublin, with seven of their featured partners, including: SportingBet, Globet, Bet3000, Pinnacle, VistaGamingAffiliates.co.uk, extrabet.com and 24hPoker.com. read more »

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The iGaming Super Show 2011 Videos
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2011 iGaming Super Show highlights
4 Jul 2011

iGB Affiliate takes you inside its 2011 iGaming Super Show and gives you a taste of the conference, and the conference party scene.

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iGaming Super Show 2011 -- Euro Partners highlights
12 Jul 2011

The Euro Partners booth video for the iGaming Super show in Dublin 2011 showcasing the affiliates program's brands, including Titan Casino, Titan Bet, Titan Poker, Europa Casino, Casino Tropez and Mansion Poker.

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The EU debate -- Restricted openings vs. Monopoly rule
18 Aug 2011

A panel of European iGaming experts discuss what they've learned from the market openings in France and Italy, what can be expected from emerging regions such as Spain, Denmark and Belgium and how monopolies are faring in their non-competitive regimes.



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