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. Will they chose the same path as Denmark? Will this have an impact on Sweden and Finland? In November 2013 the EU-commission launched infringement proceedings against six member states and threatened to take Sweden to Europe’s highest court. Find out what has happened since then.
Do not miss this great opportunity to gain new insights and network with key stakeholders and peers.
Some of the key topics addressed on this year’s agenda:
- 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?
Visit the website for more information: http://www.i-gamingforum.com/
Operators, regulators and govt: 1190 EUR
Solution Providers/Consultants: 1790 EUR
Speakers: Anders Wiklund, Michael Caselli, Carl-Henrik Somp, Julian Harris, Mikael Pawlo, Rolf Francis Sims, Jakob Diness, Johan Claesson, Sian Rowlands, Dawid Myslinski, Andrew Gellatly, Craig Hepburn, Morten Ronde, Matt Davey, Atle Hamar, Gunilla Carlsson, Peter Alling, Clive Hawkswood, Thomas Mattsson, Ian MacLeod, Stefan Widmark, Johan Styren, Emil Sunvisson, Ola Wiklund, Rickard Nordin, Magnus Silvferberg, Gustaf Hoffstedt, Torbjörn Björlund, Maarten Haijer.
Event Type: Conferences | Lifestyle, Arts & Leisure | Gaming.
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