BMM Testlabs, a gaming testing laboratory and technical consultancy, is has announced a partnership with consultancy firm The International Governance and Risk Institute (GovRisk).
Through the partnership, the two companies will present the fifth Annual Caribbean & Americas Gaming Regulation Forum (CAGRF) on 20-22 November 2017 at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel in Florida.
The event will bring together regulators, policymakers, operators, manufacturers and suppliers to discuss issues and changes in the region’s gaming sector.
The agenda of the three-day event will focus on the future of gaming and regulations, as well as inviting attendees to take an in-depth look at the industry at present.
Martin Storm, BMM’s president and CEO said: “BMM has been partnering with governments and regulators since 1981, and we take this responsibility seriously.
“Having worked so closely with Regulators, for so many years, we understand their expectations and are able to provide customized and appropriate support. This experience makes BMM supremely positioned to partner with the CAGRF.”
Storm continued, “We hope to make this one of the industry’s best forums for regulators with the most qualified and experienced professionals sharing their knowledge and insight in an interactive and challenging learning environment.”
Kleo Papas, director of GovRisk added, “We are delighted that BMM chose to partner with the CAGRF this year. Their track record, industry expertise and deep industry knowledge are invaluable assets in building the agenda and program. This will be a world-class event with world-class gaming experts in every field.”