Sport and Gambling 2011

Gambling Conference: Sport and Gambling 2011

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The Sport and Gambling Conference 2011 will be on September 29, 2011 at Central London.

The Sport & Gambling 2011 will provide both gambling operators and sports organizations with an in-depth and up-to-the-minute understanding of the fast-paced, complex legal and regulatory structure that underpins their relationship.

Hosted by Cecile Park Conferences, they organize a range of high-level informative legal conferences and workshops. Their events address hot topics relating to data protection, sport, online gambling, e-finance and e-commerce. Cecile Park Conferences are high-level gatherings of industry and legal professionals seeking incisive, up-to-the minute information on these key areas.

While sports organizations need increasing amounts of revenue to tackle corruption and investment in grassroots sports, gambling operators see their own revenues eroding against a fast-evolving array of threats and restrictions. Recent betting and match-fixing scandals have lead to a re-evaluation of the commercial and financial links between sports and gambling, threatening the sustainability of this mutually beneficial relationship.

Sports rights, betting rights, advertising and combating corruption are just some of the key issues that their team of expert speakers will address.

The Sport and Gambling Conference will analyze new opportunities and challenges in an increasingly global and intricate legal landscape, and provide expert opinion and advice on the implications of recent developments, allowing you and your organization to comply and excel in today’s fast-paced environment.

The Sport and Gambling Conference will be an essential event for betting operators, international federations, government officials, agents, gambling authorities, sports clubs, market analysts, sports clubs, and the like.

Discussion topics to take place at this year’s Sport and Gambling conference include international efforts against match-fixing, memorandums of understanding and data protection, identifying suspicious betting patterns, and more.

Sport & Gambling 2011 was designed with networking in mind. World Sports Law Report staff will be available in the lead-up to the event and on the day to facilitate introductions and assist with the networking. Their dedication to facilitating networking between delegates and speakers is one of the event’s greatest strengths.

To register for the Sport and Gambling Conference 2011, click here.