Second eClub Party around the corner

25 February 2011

Global Fiduciary Services Provider The ILS Group will be the sponsor for the second eClub event at the Courthouse Club on 10th March at 6pm. The eClub is a social meeting place for anyone involved with eGaming on the Isle of Man. The initiative was started by KPMG and Continent 8 Technologies to bring the growing number of people working in this sector together in one place and start building lasting relationships.

The first event was a success, with over 100 people turning up for complimentary green shots and music kindly DJ’d by Christian Clague on behalf of Vont/PokerNews.. ILS Fiduciaries has stepped in to make sure that the second event has the same degree of success.

Group Marketing Manager Kara McCabe, of The ILS Group, commented: “The eClub is a great event for anyone working in an organisation related to eGaming. Our staff really enjoyed the last event and the LinkedIn eClub Group has become very popular, which shows that people are interested. We want to make sure that the event continues to be a success and welcome anyone who is interested to join us on the 10th March.”

e-Gaming Corordinator Lee Hills said: “ILS Fiduciaries, has been assisting e-Gaming clients and helping build the sector on the island for almost a decade, so we think it’s wonderful that the gaming community have a place to socialise.”

“At ILS, we take a uniquely flexible approach, assessing each client and tailoring services to their needs, as our experience has told us that each business has its own facets that need to be taken into account. We offer more than just an administrative service, we work in partnership with our clients to build their business from the ground up.”

Richard Ebbutt from Continent 8 added: “We are pleased that ILS Fiduciaries has decided to support the second eClub event. It’s a great initiative to bring people within all areas of the eGaming industry together and with continued support, we will be able to secure regular events. I hope to see everybody there.”

For regular updates and to get involved in the eClub, visit or join the group ‘Isle of Man eClub’ on LinkedIn.