Prague Casino Affiliate Show. iGaming Supershow.

Posted on May 26th, 2010

Well, we are in Prague this week, attending the Prague iGaming Supershow otherwise known as the Prague Casino Affiliate show. What’s this, we here you ask? Well, it’s a big event in the middle of Europe where the great and good of the online casino industry come to talk new games, search engines, and the general state of the online gambling industry.

David Coulthard is here promoting Jetbull (new team? or new casino?) and one of the characters of the industry- Calvin Ayre- celebrated his birthday last night with a big bash complete with dwarves, fat male Tina Turner look alikes, mud wrestling and guys crawling around in gimp suits (?) Prague seems like a great town – not that we’ve seen much of it from the inside of a conference centre.

There are ALOT of tourists wandering around with long lens cameras (you can tell the US dollar has got stronger, or should we say has gotten stronger). With all of the historical buildings, it can feel a bit like Disneyland in the Old Town only with more tramps. But the city is suprisingly green, and when the sun comes out, you can see why it’s such a popular destination. Overall, its a big thumbs up for the conference and city from us. Come and visit if you get the chance.

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