Vancouver, Canada, June 08, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The iGaming Super Show will consist of 7 events running concurrently over a period of four days, providing a venue for networking, conferences, exhibitions and meetings. The largest networking and learning opportunity in the sector, the goal of the show is to bring together the entire iGaming community, from affiliates and operators through to regulators and vendors. Counting House will provide a strong presence on the floor, introducing operators to their robust suite of payment processing services for paying in and cashing out, as well as their unsurpassed international banking expertise. Paul Davis, General Counsel for Counting House, will be on hand at Stand C1 to offer a seasoned payments perspective on current issues facing the industry, and to consult with companies looking to extend their reach into virtually every legal jurisdiction around the globe.
The iGaming Super Show is the biggest dedicated iGaming exhibition and conference for the iGaming industry with 2,421 delegates, 100+ speakers and over 100 stands. The event features exhibition spaces for both interactive gaming suppliers looking for new and existing operators as well as operators looking to attract affiliates and marketing partners. The conference is two-tracked, with track one focusing on global regulation, the legal landscape, best practices in operations and marketing and the convergence between interactive and land-based gaming. The second track is focused on acquisition and will feature SEO professionals, latest e-marketing techniques, industry trends, social media marketing tactics and more.
About Counting House:
Counting House facilitates inbound and outbound payments in local currencies through a robust network of worldwide banking facilities, eliminating the need for clients to establish complex international banking relationships of their own. Counting House’s Canadian location offers international credit card processing, cheque processing, direct debit and bank transfer collection, making it easier for gaming companies to offer familiar local currency payment options to players worldwide. It offers the ability to pay international players by local currency cheque, original card credit or electronic funds transfer, enhancing player satisfaction and goodwill.