SiGMA Group Unveils Its Conferences And Events Schedule For 2023

SiGMA Group Unveils Its Conferences And Events Schedule For 2023

The SiGMA Group has released its conferences and events schedule for 2023. The group will be launching a series of summits for the gaming and emerging tech industries, with conferences in more established industry hubs as well as newer emerging markets.

Events will be held in Kenya, Dubai, Brazil, the Philippines, Cyprus, and Malta.

SiGMA Africa, Kenya, January 2023 “We’re starting things off early with a January expo in Kenya. Its incredible economic potential, growing and youthful population, ability to leapfrog technologically and recent economic reforms make this a really exciting place to hold our first edition of SiGMA Africa. We hope to help galvanize this exciting era of prosperity by providing a unique platform for bright ideas and minds to come together,” the group stated.

As part of a promise to make good on the group’s commitment to bring “more than just good business” to the locations it operates in, SiGMA will be “making sure” that its first stop for 2023 takes the time to spotlight projects at the heart of the charitable SiGMA Foundation’s mission.

Up to 20 delegates will join for a 2-day Kenya safari, where they’ll explore a slice of Kenya’s rich natural beauty before heading to Ethiopia for the inauguration of SiGMA Foundation’s latest charitable project in Bonga; a kindergarten, primary and secondary school complex that is being built to accommodate up to 700 students.

SiGMA Eurasia, Dubai, March 2023 The group also plans to return to Dubai in the spring to continue to build on the foundations of previously successful events held in the emirate across 2021 and 2022. “With the UAE prioritizing cutting-edge technology and entrepreneurship through both opportunities for funding and attractive taxation schemes, Dubai holds plenty of promise for those with their eyes on tomorrow,” said SiGMA.

SiGMA Americas, São Paulo, May 2023 With a new regulation on the horizon, Brazil is set to stake its claim as a hub for LatAm’s gaming industry. Brazil is also rapidly emerging as a leader in tech-focused businesses. Investment in areas such as AI and Blockchain has allowed the region to leverage long-awaited opportunities to leapfrog toward greater levels of innovation, productivity, and socioeconomic progress. The group plans to launch in Sao Paulo next May.

SiGMA Asia, Manila, July 2023 Despite difficult times during the Covid pandemic, Manila remains a prime gaming hub for the Asian market, in no small part due to strong support from PAGCOR and the Philippine government and a plan to drive digital transformation as they seek to become active participants in the global digital economy. This is why the company is doubling down its efforts and bringing its vast network in the West closer to Asian suppliers, operators, and affiliates.

SiGMA Balkans/CIS, Limassol, September 2023 The Balkans are incubating a nascent but powerfully growing technical expertise when it comes to frontier technology such as Blockchain, AI, and more, notes SiGMA. This talent pool has been rapidly growing in strength and quality with even the most cutting-edge software coders and computer engineers being recruited remotely from the peninsula.

“This growth and sophistication have only been supercharged through a combination of several national and international initiatives with the goal of helping mature and energize this nascent ecosystem,” the group added.

SiGMA Europe, Malta, November 2023 Closing off the year and boosting what is typically a cold shoulder month for Malta, SiGMA Europe has become renowned for hosting Malta’s biggest event in gaming. Malta Week brings its leading brands in gaming, affiliation, emerging tech and medical health together for a week of premier networking, conference, and expo.

“The alignment of our super-shows allows investors to leverage the significant crossover potential for multi-faceted business deals and to double down on opportunities to connect with some of the leading affiliates, policy makers, thought leaders, suppliers, and operators in the industry,” said SiGMA.

Malta Week, November 14-28 With “a plethora of prospects” for both investors and entrepreneurs looking to shape the future of this industry, Malta Week is set tobring together industry giants among the affiliates, operators, and suppliers of the gaming sector.

“One of the first European countries to regulate the gaming sector, Malta is a hub of global business. The island is an obvious choice for SiGMA’s presence in Europe and a strong foundation for the field’s future,” the company concluded.