During the SBC Digital Italy conference, the “Poker (a) live in Italy” session was dedicated to the poker market in the country. Check the hottest poker news for updates.
The leading Italian operators shared their thoughts on the poker market in Italy, its future, and the current issues that must be solved for the update.
The pandemic’s influence on different gambling areas is still perceptible, poker hasn’t become an exception. COVID-19 helped online poker to grow and develop, but land-based operators and rooms just start to revive.
Carlo Cavaliere, Head of Poker, Casinò & Bingo Networks, and EU iPoker Director at Playtech is happy to see the results of the online poker development. He noted that from April to May 2020 online rooms grow a lot, and now it becomes only better. According to his words, 2021 is doing so much better than 2020.
Simone Ricci, International Marketing Advisor at Caesars Entertainment, insists on the fact that live poker is still alive, and it has all chances to be even better than before. From his point of view, international events by collaboration between live and online brands is a key to develop both poker directions.
Carlo Cavaliere is sure that poker in 2022 will be so much stronger than in 2021. The next year seems to be great white hope to him.
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