Past, present, and future of women in gaming has been discussed at Global Gaming Women Lunch Session at Eastern European Gaming Summit 2019
Eastern European Gaming Summit was thrilled and honored to have three strong and highly professionals business ladies as facilitators at the Global Gaming Women’s Lunch session, which was held during the first conference day of Eastern European Gaming Summit 2019.
Mrs Jessica Maier, German Attorney, Partner with MELCHERS LAW, Mrs Rossi McKee, Vice President of Casino Technology and Mrs Ana-Maria Bacui, Managing Partner at SIMION & BACIU have discussed the past, present, and future of women in gaming industry seeking to encourage participants (men and women were both welcome) to share their professional and personal experiences on how the role of women in the industry has evolved and continues to do so.
The aim of the GGW lunch session was to help identify all positive and possibly negative trends and foster a discussion on what is going well and what could be improved. Many people make the mistake of assuming that the gambling industry is male-dominated. There is plenty of data which highlights women succeeding in gaming industry.
“Eastern European Gaming Summit is grateful for the Global Gaming Women’s continued leadership and advocacy on behalf of the women in the gaming industry, and were excited to be part of this great event” Dannie Nikolova, EEGS Conference Manager said.
Eastern European Gaming Summit, which is the premier conference event for the international gaming entertainment industry in Europe is held this week, 19-20 November.
Two days of quality learning and networking gather together leading gambling experts revealing a quality report on the activity of the industry in the Eastern and Central European counties.
The content of EEGS 2019 included specially designed panel discussion about industry trends that shape the business, such eSports and Virtual Sports, the practical use of AI in gaming industry, Blockchain technologies & Crypto currencies impact on the industry, Cyber security issues and solutions, gaming tourism and many more.
This year’s edition of one of the Leadind gaming conference in the region, brings together 200+ delegates who learned and networked with like-minded industry professionals.