AIBC Europe Summit Concludes With Highlight Full Agenda 

Saint Julian’s, Malta, 19 November, 2022 – This November, the AIBC Europe Summit is returning to shake Malta awake from its Autumn-blues stupor. Prioritising quality over quantity, special care has been taken to ensure delegates get the biggest bang for their buck; from premier networking opportunities to KOL-led panels and keynotes and maximise visibility for all startups. Read on for the top highlights you don’t want to miss at Malta Week 2022’s AIBC Summit.

The Agenda

A lot of effort has gone into crafting the event’s agenda. It has been calibrated to be as strategic yet as smooth as possible, with AIBC Europe hosting some high calibre guests including emerging projects such as G4AL. 

Day 1 kicked off with the VNTR Capital breakfast, where delegates connected and discussed the latest tech trends with active venture capital investors, business angels and HNWI. The conference of the day also started and was packaged with key insights on the recent bear and bull market trends. Top VCs took over to cover the best market and investment strategies. The AIBC Startup Pitch immediately followed, ensuring maximum visibility from VCs for the up-and-coming entrepreneurs. 

The conference was host to several interesting topics of discussions such as “Why Digital Asset NFTs can make playing video games more exciting for players, and keep the industry growing”. Speakers such as Toni Morales, Head of Partnerships at G4AL were one of the panellists on the same.

Conferences took place across two stages on both days, and have been structured to cover a wide variety of topics at any given time. From crypto and blockchain tech to GameFi and web3 education, delegates stood to benefit from keynotes and panels featuring the brightest minds of the industry. 

The AIBC Europe Pitch

More than just keynotes and panels, the AIBC summit was about visualising and building an exciting future for innovation tech. SiGMA group honoured the vision, grit and determination required to level up any company from a localised idea to a worldwide phenomenon. 

AIBC hosted over 100 startups, competing on the stage in front of a panel of judges, handpicked to ensure top quality and a diverse background of expertise. 

The judges panel comprised Scott Stornetta, Marianna Tavella, Efrem Borg, Johan Zammit, David Orban and Saeed Aldarmaki, converging decades of expertise in Crypto, blockchain, BizDev, and regulation. Some of the best pitch competitors included G4AL, Arena Games, Farcana and more! 

November is for AIBC Malta Week! 

One of the first European countries to regulate the gaming sector, Malta has been the hub of global business. The island was an obvious choice for AIBC’s presence in Europe and a strong foundation for the field’s future. With a plethora of prospects for both investors and entrepreneurs looking to shape the future of this multi-billion dollar business, Malta Week bought together industry giants among the affiliates, operators and suppliers of the gaming sector. 

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