Gaming in Holland Conference Highlights Opportunities in a Regulated Market

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22nd May, 2013 (London, UK): The second annual Gaming in Holland Conference is taking place on the 10th June 2013 and is a part of the iGaming Super Show, which is being held in Amsterdam on the 11th – 14th June 2013.

“The iGaming Super Show is a phenomenal trade show, and when we found out they were coming to Amsterdam we immediately teamed up with them. Our target audiences have strong overlaps, and we wanted people to be able to save time and money by attending both events in one trip,” said Willem van Oort, Conference Producer for Gaming in Holland. “iGaming Business, organisers of the iGaming Super Show, are a key media sponsor of Gaming in Holland, together with and local business magazines SponsorTribune and MarketingTribune. They have an established and qualified B2B audience, and that is why we were excited to work with them. The partnership between Gaming in Holland and iGaming Business has been extremely valuable to us and I would recommend working with them,” continued van Oort.

Gaming in Holland Conference Highlights Opportunities in a Regulated Market

The Gaming in Holland Conference is taking place during a critical, but exciting time.
Soon to be introduced legislation is set to create a newly regulated market in Holland and this conference will be extremely important for operators wanting to move into this market.

Even without formal European Union harmonisation on iGaming, many countries are working together to create a commercially tenable and safe environment for players. As well as having the Gaming in Holland Conference, the iGaming 4 Business Conference, which is also taking place during the iGaming Super Show, has a regulator panel which will explore how the panellists and their regulators are working together on what may prove to be the future model for regulated igaming world-wide.

“We are delighted to be partnering with Gaming in Holland and to have this event as part of the comprehensive line up of conferences offered at the iGaming Super Show,” stated Shona ODonnell, Head of Operations. “Local market events are always important but never more so than now with the legislation due to be announced any day for the Dutch market”

Gaming in Holland is taking place on the 10th and 11th June immediately before the iGaming Super Show, which is being held at the RAI in Amsterdam on the 11th – 14th June 2013. Delegates attending will benefit from access to six other events co-located within the same venue. This includes access to a dedicated sports betting, mobile and social gambling and affiliate events. For more information about the iGaming Super Show, please visit

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About the iGaming Super Show

The iGaming Super Show is host to seven individual conferences and an exhibition set to attract over 4,000 delegates, ranging from operators and vendors to regulators and affiliates making it the biggest event in the iGaming calendar. The exhibition is completely free of charge for all attendees and includes multiple networking events. The individual conferences at the iGaming Super Show include Betting Trends and Strategies (BeTS), iGaming 4 Business Conference, mGaming & Social Gambling Conference, iGaming Executive Conference, Prime, Amsterdam Affiliate Conference and Gaming in Holland. The iGaming Super Show will to meet your needs from a networking, education and business perspective. Please visit for further information.


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