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GamCrowd officially launches the first ever Gambling Tech Week as part of London Tech Week

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April 25, 2017

24th April 2017 – GamCrowd, the home of the gambling tech sector, is pleased to unveil the exciting launch of GamCrowd Tech Week.

GamCrowd Tech Week, which will be held during London Tech Week on the 12th-16th June at the Hippodrome Casino, Leicester Square, builds on the success of the inaugural one-day conference in 2016.
The aim of the week is to build the profile of the ever-expanding gamtech sector and, at the same time, create an interface between the gambling industry’s thought leaders and other tech sectors so the industry can help prepare for the fourth industrial revolution.

The action-packed week builds on last year’s conference, where the GamCrowd team have expanded the event to bring in experts from all tech sectors, including gambling, to share their knowledge and experience.

Over 300 technical and gaming industry leaders will be in attendance and in addition to the central conference day there will be an AI meet-up, Digital Transformation chat, Blockchain briefing and gamtech city tour amongst the agenda.

Some of the industry’s best and brightest talent will be at the forefront of Tech Week, with expert speakers being welcomed from all different parts of the gaming sector, as GamCrowd showcases breakthrough technologies that are transforming gambling.

Chris North, Managing Director and co-founder of GamCrowd, said: “It’s truly an exciting time for GamCrowd, as we announce the launch of GamCrowd Tech Week.

“We’ve quickly positioned ourselves at the forefront of the gambling tech sector and Tech Week just goes to show how fast we’re expanding as a brand and we can’t wait to see what the rest of 2017 holds for GamCrowd.”

For more information, or for interviews with GamCrowd MD Chris North, email info@gamcrowd.com

About GamCrowd

GamCrowd was founded in 2013 when Chris North and Ian Hogg, two experienced gambling industry entrepreneurs, launched the first crowdfunding and crowdsourcing platform for the gambling industry.

Adjusting its model to respond to the market, GamCrowd closed the crowdfunding element of the business in late 2015. It now focuses on its crowdsourcing marketplace, promoting the gambling technology sector to the wider tech community and covering tech trends that could be applied or disrupt the gambling industry.

GamCrowd is actively involved in start-up and early stage business focused events, GamCrowd Pitch ICE and GamCrowd Academy Live. It also supports the Launch Pad events at GIGSE and EIG with its partner Clarion Events and the SiGMA events.

In addition, GamCrowd’s London Tech week event looks at promoting the gambling technology sector to the wider tech community and to promote new tech trends back to the gambling industry.

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