Legal Gaming in Europe Summit 2011

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After we’ve already seen how busy the January period is with gaming conferences in the capital of the iGaming universe, London, it seems appropriate that another announce that they will be returning come the end of this month.

As far as the gambling industry goes, legal frameworks are some of the most important things that businesses have to consider when looking at how best to progress in the competitive gaming industry marketplace. Gambling news is often dominated by legal news and this year in particular could be a huge one for the industry, with countries across Europe looking to online gambling legislation to prop up their faltering economies.

This is why Bullet Business are here to help, with their 5th annual Legal Gaming in Europe Summit, taking place on 24th-25th January at the Millenium Gloucester Hotel right in the heart of the capital.

The gaming conference itself, popular with all past attendees, will consist of five different sessions, all tailored to different areas of the European gaming landscape and helpful at whichever level companies might be operating.

Session one is entitled European Commission and Leading Associations. In particular, it will look at The Green Paper on Regulating Gaming on a Europe-wide basis, as well responsible gaming. Session two will give attendees the chance to enjoy insight from industry operators such as a CEO Power Panel giving their viewpoints on global legislation and regulation including Betsson CEO Pontus Lindwall amongst others.

The next session looks at the legislative climate in certain European jurisdictions, including information on the newly emerging markets in Denmark and Germany. In addition it will also look at the French market, and also the legislative frameworks that exist in independent jurisdictions such as Alderney and Gibraltar.

The penultimate session involves discussion on emerging markets outside Europe, focusing primarily on the USA and including John Pappas, Executive Director at the Poker Player Alliance. Other markets in India, Latin America, and Australia will also be looked at.

Finally, the world of advertising, finance, and technology will also be looked at in great detail, and if you want information on legislation in a certain jurisdiction there will be round table sessions on hand to help you with just this.

Presuming you’re in London come the end of January anyway, it may pay off to visit the Millennium Gloucester Hotel for one of the sessions being put on regarding whichever jurisdiction it is that you fancy entering in the near future. Either that or go there to gather some more people to party with in the evening ahead.