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Counting House Director Paul Davis will speak at Georgia Gaming Congress

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Director of Counting House – Isle-of-Man-based consultancy – Paul Davis will become a speaker at Georgia Gaming Congress conference. He will tell about the key factor of gambling website success – operator’s ability to accept and make payments http://g3congress.ge/en/ .

Counting House Director Paul Davis will speak at Georgia Gaming CongressTOPIC: Optimizing payment experience for online players

Speaker will explore the payment options available to online operators, evaluate them against the required criteria for different countries and audiences. Fraud protection tools and techniques will be explained in depth.

Paul’s presentation will drive particular attention of representatives from the regions of Central and Eastern Europe where online gaming is in a major growth phase.

Dr  Paul Davis is a barrister, solicitor and notary public, heading Counting House (Isle-of-Man-based consultancy). He is also a director of Counting House in Georgia and an expert on emerging monetary systems. Paul is an animated and compelling speaker who engages his audiences and delights them with fascinating insights into the obscure world of payment processing.

Headquartered in Canada, Counting House Group is one of the most experienced payment service providers in the gambling sector. Company holds representative offices across Europe, North and South America and the Middle East.

Its core competencies include Binary Options Trading, Forex and Lottery Messenger. Remote gambling operators in more than 50 countries rely on Counting House for rapid and secure delivery of payments.

Looking forward to seeing you at Georgia Gaming Congress on February 25! Event program includes presentations of the international online and offline gambling experts, as well as the demo-zone and a party http://g3congress.ge/en/ .

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