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NEXT.io, a leading entity in the iGaming events and media sector, and AskGamblers, a premier iGaming affiliate renowned for its trustworthiness and industry expertise, are thrilled to announce a strategic partnership.

This groundbreaking partnership signifies a collaborative alignment between NEXT.io (formerly known as iGaming NEXT) and AskGamblers, with both brands set to benefit from mutual promotion and shared industry insights.

The collaboration is a testament to our shared commitment to excellence and innovation in the iGaming industry.

The first major collaboration under this partnership will take place at the upcoming NEXT: Valletta summit, scheduled for 15-16 May.

This industry-leading event, set in the historic city of Valletta, will host more than 5,000 delegates, offering unparalleled networking opportunities, insightful panels, and a showcase of the latest industry trends and innovations.

AskGamblers will play a pivotal role at NEXT: Valletta, hosting a significant operator networking event that promises to be a highlight of the summit.

AskGAmblers will also contribute to the event’s panel discussions, bringing their unique perspectives and insights to the forefront.

Furthermore, AskGamblers will extend invitations to its network of operator clients, ensuring a diverse and dynamic attendee list.

“We are excited to join forces with AskGamblers, a company that shares our vision for the future of the iGaming industry,” said Pierre Lindh, co-founder and MD for NEXT.io.

“This partnership not only aligns two industry leaders but also sets the stage for a series of collaborative efforts that will undoubtedly drive innovation and growth in the sector.”

AskGamblers MD Dijana Radunović expressed her enthusiasm about the new partnership.

She said: “The Valletta summit will shed a new and exciting light on how innovation is driven in this dynamic industry.

“We believe the future of iGaming is already here, and NEXT.io and AskGamblers are merely its torchbearers,” she added.

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