The ClickSure Guide To The SiGMA iGaming Event In Malta

Posted by on 2 November, 2017

Event: Sigma iGaming Conference 2017

Location: Malta

Dates: 22nd – 25th November 2017

Venue: Gaming Hub, Judge Paolo Debono Street

Website: Click Here

This is one of the most popular iGaming events of the year and ClickSure will be attending!

SiGMA Event Malta

Since the first event in 2014, SiGMA has established itself as the largest iGaming show in Malta.

Why Malta? It hosts 300 gaming companies, 450 licenses and a 10,000 strong workforce, so it’s the perfect home for this event.

Whether you’re already involved in this niche, or you’re looking at getting involved, with 200 exhibitors and 6000 delegates, this is the perfect chance to meet industry movers and shakers, learn valuable information and network to your hearts content.

It’s going to be an event full of opportunities!

There will be a stack of industry based tuition, classes and talks on offer, along with dynamic, up to the moment speakers, spread over several different rooms.

Pick and choose what you need and design your own experience to ensure you get what you need out of it.

SiGMA sponsors

Just a few of the huge brands represented at the conference

If you are attending and want to meet up with the ClickSure team, Will and Matt will be attending (their contact details are below!) and they’re looking forward to networking with you.

Hope to see you there!

For those of you visiting Sigma this year, Clicksure have put together a handy little guide that will hopefully help you out during your incredible stay in Malta.

The Essential ClickSure Guide to the SiGMA Malta Conference

Dates: 22nd – 25th November 2017

Event Speakers: Click Here

For full official agenda: Click Here.

SiGMA Event Malta

Daily Event  Summary:

Day 1 – Wednesday 22nd November 2017:

The perfect start to this great networking opportunity begins at 9am with a full day SEO Masterclass from Vanguard Media, along with a bunch of pre-registration dinner events and drinks.

Day 2 – Thursday 22nd November 2017:

The Expo floor opens at 9am and with 200 exhibitors, there’s a ton of stands to visit and a world of opportunities for you to explore. Day 2’s huge main events are The European Fantasy Sports Summit and the Affiliates & CMOs Conference.

Day 3 – Friday 22nd November 2017:

9am start and the highlights of the day include the Regulatory Conference (KPMG eSummit), Blockchain & Disruptive Tech Conference and the Careers Convention. Don’t forget to enjoy the CryptoCruise at 7.30pm!

Day 4 – Saturday 22nd November 2017:

Before delegates head off home, SiGMA has organised a champagne brunch to finish off your event experience. Wind down and enjoy great food, a glass of bubbly and some last minute relaxed networking.

Click Here for a full official agenda of each day.

If you’re also interested in seeing some of the beautiful local sites while you’re in Malta, here are 3 picturesque starting points:

St Johns Co-Cathedral:

Malta conference

Don’t forget to take your camera when you visit St Johns Co-Cathedral

Old City Mdina

Old City Mdina

Step back in time when you visit the Old City Mdina

Pop-Eye Village

Pop Eye Malta

It’s like a being in a Disney movie!

The Best Local Restaurants:

  • Caviar & Bull Restaurant in St. George’s Bay, Malta
  • La Nave Bistro within the Malta National Aquarium
  • Blue Elephant at the Hilton Hotel, Saint Julian’s
  • The Villa Brasserie in Saint Julians

The Best of Malta’s Nightlife:

Paceville (St. Julian’s) is all you need!

It’s pretty much THE place to be for going out in Malta. It has the highest concentration of nightclubs, dining venues, gentlemen’s clubs, pubs and bars on the island, you’re sure to find something to peak your interest.

5 Popular Nightclubs in Paceville/St. Julian’s

Havana: St George’s Road, Paceville. Free entrance. Boasts six bars and two dance floors, ranging from hip-hop and R&B music, to 90s tunes. Pint of local beer costs around €4.

Havana nightclub Malta

Sky Club: Dragonara Road, Paceville. At over 2,000 square metres this is Malta’s largest indoor club and caters for up to 3,400 party people. Admission fees and drink prices vary, depending on the event. This is one of the best places for parties and concerts on the island.

Shadow Lounge: St George’s Road, Paceville. Free admission and stylish cocktails. Spirits are €2.55 a shot

Plush: St. George’s Road, Paceville. A very popular club in the heart of Paceville, having three main areas: Club Plush, Plush Lounge and the Purple Room. Free admission and a bottle of Vodka costs  €25.00.

Level 22: Level 22, Portomaso Tower, Portomaso. A more elegant and classy experience, with beautiful views to enjoy whilst dancing and having a drink with friends. Usually free admission and cocktails from €6.50.

Level 22 nightclub Malta

Level 22: For a more elegant and classy experience.

Tips and info for going out in Paceville

Getting there: Getting to Paceville and St. Julian’s is very easy. Being so central, it’s very accessible by public transport, with special night routes being offered on weekends for those staying up late.

Taxis are also abundant within the area. If you are driving, there are a couple of public parking areas you could use against a fee (Ex. Portomaso Car Park: Weekend Rates: €2.00 Per Hour – Max €6.50).

Pay close attention to the rates on display, as some car parks will charge up to max €12.00 (usually reached within 3-4 hours).

Entrance fees: Unless a party or special event’s been organised, there’s usually no entrance fee to get into nightclubs in Paceville.

Opening hours: Most clubs open their doors at around 9:30 PM, and stay open till around 4:00 AM. Arriving early is definitely not recommended as the party usually starts at around 11:00 PM.

Best thing to do is grab something to eat or drink from one of the bars below, before going to the clubs!

Legal drinking age: You need to be 18 years or older to be able to purchase and drink alcohol or spirits legally on the island. Therefore, if you are attending any nightclubs, you might be asked for some form of identification.

Safety and Security

  • As with any unfamiliar place you’re visiting, be aware of your surroundings at all times, keep your belongings safe and keep your wits about you.
  • Overcrowding is an often-seen issue at nightclubs and bars. The more popular venues, such as Havana, are usually very heavily crowded and have long queues at the entrance.
  • So be ready to wait if you want to get into the club, and be prepared to wait again to buy a drink at the bar! Preferential treatment is often given to women for entrance to clubs, as well as serving of drinks.

Don’t forget to meet up with the ClickSure team while you’re at the conference! Matt and Will are looking forward to meeting you.