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I-Gaming Forum launches its 6th event in April

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I-Gaming Forum’s annual event has been running for 5 editions in Stockholm. This year, taking place the 8-9 April 2014, it is looking to become the largest edition yet.

i-gaming-forum-launches-its-6th-event-in-april“It’s increasingly important for professionals within this industry to meet” says Amo Mostofi, Content Director for the I-Gaming Forum. “The landscape of online gambling is changing. Denmark liberalized their market in 2012 and last year Norway elected a new government which opened up for a possible liberalization. In November 2013 the EU-commission launched infringement proceedings against six member states and threatened to take Sweden to Europe’s highest court. These are just a few examples of recent regulations that will impact the market and highlight the need to meet up and discuss the implications”

“The programme for this event has been developed through extensive research with industry experts to ensure the content reflects current issues and future trends,” continues Mr Mostofi, “new this year include aspects of social gaming and social gambling.”

Topics / Challenges to be discussed at I-Gaming Forum include:

•    Latest regulatory update – what has happened since the EU-Commission launched infringement proceedings?

•    Outlook Scandinavia – Norway possibly a new deregulated market?

•    Latest trends and development in mobile gaming and mobile gambling

•    Social gaming and social gambling

•    Match fixing – can it be fixed

Event dates and location:

Conference:                8-9 April 2014

Location:                     Grand Hôtel, Stockholm, Sweden

Event website:            http://www.i-gamingforum.com/

For more information, interviews and media accreditation:

Marketing Director: Malin Petterson, Copperberg

Email:  malin.petterson@copperberg.com

Tel:      +46 85000 9291

Tickets to attend the conference start at 1190 EUR.

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