Organizers of the Balkans Entertainment & Gaming Expo (BEGE) announced Thursday the event is now fully booked, with more than 85 exhibiting companies from nearly 60 countries exhibiting in Sofia, November 23-24, at the Inter Expo Centre.
The show is returning after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, and has “naturally sparked strong international interest,” according to Milena Tsankarska, brand ambassador of the exhibition.
“Professionals from the industry will be able to see the latest innovations in this sector. It is also noteworthy that a large number of online companies are taking part in the exhibition, which is a reflection of the global trends towards the digitalisation,” she added, in reference to brands such as EveryMatrix, Al web code, G-Digital, Alberici and others.
“The long-awaited edition of BEGE is once again going to provide solid opportunities for establishing new strategic partnerships and tangible prospects for entering new markets in the region,” Tsankarska concluded.
BEGE is described by its organizers as “a wide-ranging platform for companies from the entertainment and gaming industry.” One of the key parts of the event is the Eastern European Gaming Summit (EEGS). A full program of keynote presentations and discussions will take place throughout the day within the EEGS area at Inter Expo Centre, covering the latest industry developments along with the very best practices.
Some of the companies that have announced their participation include EGT, Amusnet Interactive, Merkur Gaming, Interblock, BetConstruct, CT-Gaming, CT-Interactive, Interblok, Digitain, Apex Pro Gaming, ODDS.GG, NFTPay.GG, Galaxy. Bet, Advansys, AlfaStreet Trade BG, Apollo, SUZOHAPP, Winsystem, Zitro, Industrias Lorenzo, Innovative Technology, Casino Gaming Innovation (CGI) and many others.
Among the new entries are Julietech s.r.o., Unique Technology Solutions, Patir, Right Rental, Tyent, Teknikkart kart sistemleri, and more.