Eventus International has announced the first ever Cyprus Gaming Show, to be hosted in the Republic of Cyprus on September 12-13, 2017 in Limassol.
The event is fully endorsed by the National Betting Authority of the Republic of Cyprus. Eventus International will be collaborating with the National Betting Authority to ensure support from the National Gaming and Casino Supervision Commission, the director of the Government Lottery and all other related bodies.
Eventus International based their decision to move the event, and to collaborate with the National Betting Authority of Cyprus, on the following benefits: The Republic of Cyprus is strategically located near Europe and Africa. Furthermore it is also in close proximity to the fast growing Middle East region. The Republic of Cyprus offers significant promise and opportunity to investors from around the globe. The Republic of Cyprus offers excellent investment opportunities, infrastructure and technology for doing business in the Eastern Mediterranean. An established gaming regulatory framework implemented and enforced by the Republic of Cyprus with many exciting new changes to take place in the near future.
Moving this conference was encouraged by the fact that the business and investment climate in Cyprus is growing. The laws regulating land based casinos is making provision for the establishment of a multi-purpose complex with gambling, accommodation and entertainment. The license was issued to the Melco-Hard Rock Consortium and was made possible only to a gambling establishment integrated with a hotel. Limassol, being the main tourist hub of the island was chosen as the obvious location for this integrated casino resort.
Yudi Soetjiptadi, Eventus International’s managing director says: “We are honored to host this event in collaboration with the National Betting Authority of the Republic of Cyprus, in Limassol. The event will be better and bigger, allowing more opportunities and with more floor space for sponsors and exhibitors. It will attract a wider audience from the US, Europe and the
Mediterranean and will be open to iGaming as well as Land based casinos.”
Mr. Soetjiptadi furthermore mentioned that the opening remarks at the Cyprus Gaming Show will be delivered by Ionna Fiakkou, President of the National Betting Authority of the Republic of Cyprus. Particular attention will be given to specific legislative frameworks regulating the betting and other aspects of the gambling sector in Cyprus. Presentations at the event will also be delivered by various speakers from the US, UK and South Africa.