NetShop Internet Services is Official Supporter of the 2019 European Gaming Congress

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Support is flowing in for the second edition of European Gaming Congress (EGC). The venue will no doubt be full.

The 2019 event will take place on November 8 at the Radisson Blu Hotel Milan. It will be a unique opportunity to learn more about and networking with the gambling industry in Europe via the EGC platform.

Numerous companies are lining up, such as NetShop Internet Services, the General Sponsor. It is a leading data center provider with a privately-owned infrastructure in more than 9 Datacenters in Cyprus, Malta, United Kingdom and Los Angeles.

According George Sarris, CTO at NetShop Internet Services,

“This particular conference has a significant value to the iGaming industry as it is happening towards the end of 2019; a year full of regulatory updates and announcements from new jurisdictions and upcoming legislation changes.”

Sarris points out that in addition to the regulatory frameworks introduced or updated by new and existing jurisdictions, suppliers and operators have to face technical challenges. In fact, a multi-jurisdiction license requires a multi-location server setup.

He is pleased as punch that Netshop ISP has been shortlisted as “Best iGaming Service Provider.

“It would be my honor as the CTO of the Company to receive the award on behalf of my super dedicated and talented colleagues.”

The company has had more than a decade of presence in the iGaming industry. Today, NetShop ISP is one of the most preferred choices for startups, B2C and B2B operators, iGaming Suppliers and Payment Providers.

Shortly, the provider is officially going to be present at the EGC2019 in Milan, having the opportunity to present its iGaming oriented hosting solutions to participants.


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