This year’s iGaming Education Forum – a new initiative from SiGMA and the iGaming Academy – will kick off with an in-depth look at compliance, tackling some of the biggest regulatory issues in the industry in a day-long training session.
Throughout the day, attendees will be taught how to stay ahead of the curve on responsible gambling, anti-money laundering and anti-fraud and payments handling – three of the most pertinent issues in iGaming today. The compliance session will be held on 16 November as part of the SiGMA expo in Malta, with SiGMA delegates offered free entry to the event. Over the 17 and 18 November, the iGaming Education Forum will tackle three further learning objectives: customer retention, customer acquisition and product specific topics such as online casino management and online sportsbook management.
“Our stated vision is to grow the industry through education and the Forum is a key component of that commitment,” said Jaime Debono, director of iGaming Academy. “This year’s SiGMA is set to break all records and we are looking forward to bring a new and dynamic dimension to this highly successful event.”
In addition to offering 80 years of industry expertise across three content-filled days, Forum sessions will be punctuated by opportunities for socialising, allowing delegates to build their network.