Rob talks SEO at iGaming Summit in Malta

Members of the Tecmark team travelled to Malta recently for the Summit of iGaming event.

Operations Director Rob Weatherhead delivered a talk on the future of SEO in the gaming industry, and he then joined Managing Director, Richard Heyes, and Account Manager, Richard Bannister, on the Tecmark exhibition stand.

There were more than 2000 attendees and 250 businesses at the event, which brings together the entire Gaming community, from affiliates and operators through to regulators and vendors.

Tecmark has recently worked on successful campaigns for the likes of and Guts, and were invited to the event as a digital marketing leader in the field.

Rob said: “It was great for us to be involved in SiGMA.  The exhibition hall was a hive of activity and stands from a lot of the major gaming companies alongside some smaller ones which are based out of Malta.  The speaker sessions were all very well attended and there were some fantastic talks on a range of digital subjects.

“Everyone at the conference was sociable and there to make contacts and make new friends.  It was great also to visit Malta and enjoy their fabulous weather, especially as the UK winter is approaching!”

The event comprised of networking, exhibiting and a range of talks across four days.

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