Now in its 4th year, the event is the biggest show in iGaming and will take place this week on 11-14 in June in Amsterdam. This year’s Super Show includes seven shows in one location and over 2,500 delegates from over 65 countries are expected to attend.
PayPoint.net Head of Gaming, Chris Smart, comments: “PayPoint.net is delighted to be sponsoring the IGSS once again. Given our rich heritage in online gaming, the Super Show provides us with the perfect opportunity to meet with key clients and global operators, to discuss key developments in the iGaming and payments space.
Payments are an increasingly important aspect that determines how well an organisation runs its business so we are keen to discuss how the PayPoint.net platform can help deliver true value to iGaming operators.”
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