The European Gaming and Amusement Federation (EUROMAT) has confirmed that its annual summit will take place on 4th -6th June in Monaco at the Monte Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort.
As the body representing the views of the low-stakes gaming and amusements industries to European institutions, EUROMAT has designed the new-format summit to enable operators, regulators and manufacturers to exchange information and views in a relaxed and informal setting.
In addition to a full-day focusing on pan-European developments in social responsibility, the event will address developments in regulation and the impact of new technologies as well as also exploring the possibilities for the market place of the future.
The summit has been structured to be of practical benefit to operators and manufacturers from across Europe and beyond. EUROMAT President Jason Frost explains, “The Summit represents a good opportunity for companies to anticipate commercial and legislative trends that will shape the markets in which they’re operating. As an operator myself, I certainly learned a lot at last year’s event and I think that experience is common to many.”
For many, the networking opportunities offered by the EUROMAT Summit will be as important as the structured sessions and the neo-classical splendour of the five star resort will provide a spectacular backdrop for the event.
Located on its own peninsula in the heart of Monte Carlo, just 30 minutes by car or seven minutes by helicopter from Nice airport, the Monte Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort is situated in 4 hectares of private gardens and enjoys stunning views of Roquebrune-Cap-Martin and the Monte Carlo Beach Complex.
The three day conference package will include relaxed lunches, drinks receptions and a celebratory Gala Dinner, to be held at one of Monte Carlo’s most prestigious venues.
A number of exciting corporate sponsorship opportunities are available, each delivering an excellent opportunity to connect with influential players from within European amusements and gaming. To discuss your objectives and budgets, please contact Karen Cooke: [email protected]
More information about taking part in this landmark event is available at: www.euromat.org
The European Gaming and Amusement Federation (EUROMAT) is the voice of the land-based gaming entertainment industry in Europe; a highly regulated and highly taxed industry sector accounting for more than 250,000 jobs across Europe.
The organisation was established in 1979 to represent, through its affiliated national associations, private sector operators of gaming machines and the manufacturers that supply them. Today, EUROMAT has 14 national member associations from 11 European countries, as well as two observer members from France and Hungary. For further information about EUROMAT please visit www.euromat.org and follow EUROMAT on LinkedIn and Twitter.