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iGaming Holland set to rock in its third year

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GamingInHolland Conference, in association with iGaming SUPER ShowIt only seems like yesterday when the inaugural Gaming in Holland conference was held in 2012. But a lot has happened in the past two years and as we draw closer to June 23-24, we’re reminded that iGaming Holland is now in its third installment.

Set to be held at the Dome at the Renaissance Hotel, Gaming in Holland is once again promising to be one of the most exciting iGaming conferences of the year. This year, the conference has a particular importance to the industry because online gaming regulations in the Netherlands is fast approaching. Everybody looking to make some head-way into setting up their business in the country should have the event circled in their calendars.

No iGaming conference these days is complete without discussing the opportunities afforded in a regulated market and the potential that comes with it. So it’s no surprising that this year’s conference will be dedicated to this particular topic.

But that’s not the only thing that’s important about Gaming in Holland. Like the past two editions of the event, this year will feature no shortage of some of the best and most influential speakers in the line-up. That seems like a given in any conference of this stature, but Gaming in Holland 2014 isn’t exaggerating when it says its speaker line-up is absolutely world class.

Among the notable names in attendance include Unibet Group CEO Henrik Tjarnstrom, Bitcoin Foundation Executive Director Jon Matonis, Director of the Netherlands Gaming Authority Marja Appelman, Gaming in Holland founder Willem Van Oort, and President of the International Masters of Gaming LAw (IMGL) Dr. Joerg Hofmann.

These distinguished individuals are just a few of the more than 30 heavyweight speaker lineup expected to be on hand for Gaming in Holland 2014.

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