Tom Horn Gaming joins the pilot run of Riga Gaming Congress next week and is all set to showcase its products, including the latest games like online slots.
The Silver Sponsor for Riga Gaming Congress 2017, Tom Horn Gaming will put on display its extensive range of casino products both for online and land-based operators.
Tom Horn Gaming spearheads exhibition
Tom Horn Gaming is among the exhibitors to watch out for in the Riga Gaming Congress Demo Zone floor. This casino content developer’s innovative slots will take the spotlight during the one-day event at Bellevue Park Hotel in Riga, Latvia.
Ondrej Lapides, CEO of Tom Horn Gaming, said:
“The upcoming Riga Gaming Congress gives us a great platform to meet with operators in Latvia and further afield. We were one of the first casino suppliers to enter the newly-regulated Lithuanian market, where the games are proving to be very popular with players. We’re now excited that our presence in the Baltic region has the potential to bring with it many new opportunities in neighbouring countries.”
Joining Tom Horn Gaming in Riga Gaming Congress are other big-named software providers and innovators on the market. This includes CASEXE which makes virtual casino solutions as well as Bitcoin casino platforms.
Another major sponsor to exhibit their products on the demo floor is Slotegrator. Slotegrator is the creator of Telegram Casino. This technology is a gambling bot in the Telegram app that allows anyone to play gambling games via the messaging program. Telegram Casino opens the door to any casino players since it can bypass country restrictions and allow anonymity.
Moreover, DAO.Casino will showcase its solutions in the Demo Zone. DAO.Casino is a casino platform that utilizes the smart contract blockchain of Ethereum. Smart contracts allow for fair commission and compensation for every contributor to the platform. This allows game makers to directly receive money from players with its software.
Latvian gambling market
Meanwhile, the newly regulated Lithuania market offers a good opportunity to any iGaming company. The market generated total revenue of €15.5m in just the first year of 2016.
At the start of the year, the ministry of finance of the region gained new powers through the recent gambling reforms of the country. This allows the Gambling Regulator (GCA) to crack down on any illegal remote gambling site that does not have a license. The GCA will take ‘severe action’ on any unlicensed online casinos. Even the country’s banks will refuse any transactions from an unlicensed website.
The closure of illegal casinos can help licensed operators, software providers, and other iGaming companies to create a presence in the Lithuanian market. Riga Gaming Congress by Smile-Expo offers sessions that can show operators on how to start a licensed business in the region.