The 2011 London Affiliate Conference wrapped up two weeks ago in London, and organizers are reporting that it was the biggest LAC yet.

More than 2,500 delegates attending the London igaming conference. 2010’s London Affiliate Conference attendance was about 2,200.

And, of those 2,500 attendees to the 2011 LAC, iGaming Business, the hosts and organizers of the conference, report that a huge 72 percent where affiliates. Operators, exhibitors, and sponsors grouped together amounted to about 22 percent, with vendors comprising the remaining 6 percent.

“Attendees were attracted by a host of networking and business opportunities as well as a top class line up of speakers that included representatives from the likes of Facebook, Groupon, MoneyBookers, and some of the most highly regarded SEO speakers in the iGaming industry,” iGaming Business adds.

“I’ve been to several of the conferences as they are great for networking,” the champion of iGaming Business’ Affiliate Series of Poker, Rob ‘Scrawnybob’ Lacey, said. “Winning the ASOP has been 4king brilliant; now I can at last bring some bling to forum trophy cabinet. Thank-you to the organisers and sponsors, fingers crossed I’ll be back for next year’s game.”

iGaming Business’s next event is iGaming France, scheduled for the 25 and 26 of March 2011. Get details here. Again, some of the industry’s biggest names will be in attendance, including Nicola Beraud, CEO of Mangas Gaming; Jean-François Vilotte, President of the French regulatory authority ARJEL; and Antoine Szczot, chief executive of Gambling Affiliation. Get details on iGaming France here.

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