31 October - 2 November 2017
  • 31 Oct - 2 Nov 2017

    Hilton Park Hotel, Tallinn, Estonia




Why attend?

Trends and technologies in the gaming industry are rapidly evolving with new opportunities and challenges coming with them. Attending the Totally Gaming Summit will help you to put yourself at the forefront of the industry, ready to capitalise on these opportunities and surmount any new challenges.

Over three days of practical sessions, expert advice, inspirational case studies, and networking opportunities, you will be able to learn from and connect with your peers and other industry experts.  

Join your gaming industry colleagues in Tallinn, one of Europe’s hubs of gaming technology, for this must attend event.

Otto Wulferding – CEO, Baden-Württembergische Spielbanken

“I was impressed by the quality of the speakers and the topics. The Summit gave me important insights into the industry, its development and future challenges. It is important to be there.”


Hilton Tallinn Park

Tallinn, Estonia



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Visit our Registration Page to get your delegate ticket for 3 days at the Summit, with access to both Conference Streams and all networking opportunities! 

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