The two day SPICE gaming conference will be hosted by Eventus International in Goa in February 2019. This was announced recently by Hong Kong-based events company Eventus International that the second edition of its India event, called Strategic Platform for iGaming Conference & Exhibition (SPICE) like this year’s conference will debate on Indian betting and gambling in the coming new year. The re-branded two day exhibition and summit is scheduled to take place on the 26th & 27th February 2019 in Goa, India.
This year’s ground-breaking first Sports betting and gaming India Summit (SGBI), attended to capacity and supported to so well by the gaming fraternity in India and the world over, succeeded in bringing together key stakeholders. With an agenda designed to illuminate the status quo – and consider the case for legalisation and regulation, and exploring commercial opportunities, responsible gambling and consumer protection and legislation and regulation as a vehicle to ensure betting integrity – this event allowed for discussion and debate on the future of betting, gaming and gambling in India. SBGI has now been rebranded as “Strategic Platform for iGaming Conference and Exhibition” (Spice) India is renowned for its different spices and masalas. The 2019 event will create a beautiful blend of speakers and points of discussion for a memorable event.
The agenda on table
The two-day event will delve into the impact and opportunities that comes with clear and well-defined legalised gambling. Presentations will discuss investment opportunities in online skill gaming and real land casinos, effective structuring of foreign investments and gaming businesses, responsible gambling and the player protection and the socio-economic and financial benefits of legalised gambling etc.
Also with the national general elections scheduled to be held in April-May 2019, the event will discuss and deliberate on the possible options before law and policy makers to bring changes in the gaming industry and brainstorm the investment opportunities available in the present environment: not just in India, but in the broader South Asian region.
According to Yudi Soetjiptadi, Managing Director at Eventus International after the successful SBGI summit and exhibition last year, they hope to continue the dialogue with SPICE, which will be received as a constructive initiative, presenting an opportunity to both the Indian government and regulator and the gambling and gaming industry.
This two day event will kick off at Goa the land of Indian real casinos with beautiful stretch of beaches along the Arabian Sea with rich culture of India and Portuguese to experience
The ticket costs $795 – which is all Two Day Delegate Pass (International) for International attendees living outside of India.
$595 all access 2-Day Delegate Pass for Indian Operators/Regulators/Companies.
$100 for exhibition only which is 1 Day Visitors Pass for all International/Living outside of India
For Indian residents living in India the 1 day exhibition is free.