BgC to provide in depth analysis of commercial opportunities

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The Brazilian Gaming Congress outlines the focus of this year’s event with in depth sessions covering the commercial opportunities in the region.

 

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he focus of the forthcoming Brazilian Gaming Congress (BgC) is to discuss the Brazilian market from the perspective of gaming regulation. Discussions will address the positive impact that the definition of a legal framework will provide, such as attracting investment to all regions, generating revenue through taxes and increased employment opportunities in Brazil.

According to Sergio Jardim, CEO of Clarion Events Brazil, business prospects in this sector are very high. “There is prejudice and negative stereotype raised when gaming is discussed,” argued Jardim. “But we must remember that when legalized, the gaming industry represents a source of revenue both for the private sector and the government. Moreover, this industry invests heavily in monitoring technologies to prevent money laundering and other illegal activities associated with various gaming segments.”

The opening of the third edition of the Brazilian Gaming Congress (BgC) will take place on the night of November 20, with a cocktail reception. November 21 and 22 are the main conference days, when the discussions will deal with topics such as “legislation and regulation”, “business opportunities”, “case studies” and ” impacts of the regulation of gaming in Brazil.”

On November 21, the topics to be addressed in the morning sessions are: “Law and Regulation – An Update”, “The Economic Outlook for Brazil – why the country needs investment; The Pros and Cons of Investing in the Brazilian Gaming Market”, “Creating a Regulatory Agency – International Experiences” and “Regulation, Licensing and Taxes – Strategies for entering new markets based on licensing options.”

During the lunch hour, BgC will promote themed roundtables to assist market players in finding partnerships in sports betting, bingo, casinos, online gaming and lotteries.

In addition, programmed content during the afternoon will be divided into two rooms, In-Person and Online Gaming, and will address the following topics: “Regulation of Online vs. In-Person Gaming – the pros and cons of consolidated regulation”, “Tax implications in implementing business and manufacturing facilities” and “Taxation of Online Gaming– the development of the right models to generate revenues for the State and develop an expanding market.”

Other discussions scheduled for the first day are “Location – how to find the ideal locations for the various types of gaming establishments,” “Building and launching an online betting business in Brazil – a case study: Suaposta.com.br” “Security and the fight against money laundering”, “How to attract the digital players through media and marketing channels”, “Technical requirements and product certification”, “The fight against money laundering and security for the player’s capital”, “Case studies of responsible gaming – international recommendations and implementation in Brazil” and “Responsible iGaming.”

The morning of November 22 will feature discussions of the following topics: “Legalization and regulation of sports betting in Brazil,” “A glimpse of regulated sports betting in Brazil,” “Consumer profiles for building a unique experience of suitable entertainment for various players segments” and “Position your brand today to succeed in a regulated future. ”

In the afternoon, the event will be divided into three rooms with different content: Bingo, Casinos and Lotteries, which will address the following subjects: “Planning your bingo operation in Brazil,” “Introducing slot machines and other forms of gambling in your bingo parlor” “Planning your casino in Brazil,” “the use of technology in large casino projects” “Privatization and the future of lotteries in Brazil” and “Social responsibility in the lottery industry.”


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