Where is the gaming industry heading? What are the latest trends and regulatory changes in the sector? And how will important political changes, such as Brexit, affect the sector?
[dropcap]I[/dropcap]f there is a place on the Balkan Peninsula to get in-depth answers to all these and many other important questions, it is the Eastern European Gaming Summit (EEGS).
Taking place alongside BEGE Expo in Sofia, Bulgaria, on November 23-24, the summit is organised by the Bulgarian Trade Association of Manufacturers and Operators in the gaming industry.
Exploring the future development of the industry, respected experts, professionals and international association representatives will gather for ninth consecutive year at Inter Expo Centre.
Starting with overview of the developments and the new opportunities in the European market, key speakers will discuss regulatory changes and the current legislative situation in the Netherlands, Malta, Belgium, Greece, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Poland and Romania, moderated by the prominent gambling consultant, Steve Donoughue. A special session will examine the standards and certification required from a specific Eastern European jurisdiction.
A detailed sectional discussion on the EU anti-money laundering directive will also be led by Simon Planzer, lecturer in Law at the University of St. Gallen and a practicing attorney at law in Zurich, Switzerland.