ICE Total Gaming Conference February 4th to 6th 2014

Published Sunday, January 19, 2014 -
ICE Total Gaming Conference February 4th to 6th 2014

Coming up fast in 2014 the ICE Total Gaming Conference and Exhibition to take place this February 4th to the 6th at the ExCeL in London, One Western Gateway, Royal Victoria Dock located just ten minutes from the Canary Wharf.

This event is opening with an Update from the EU Commission with Harrie Temmink Deputy Head of Unit, DG Internal Market and Services, European Commission presenting one of the keynote addresses as well as a UK Gambling Commission address from Philip Graf Chairman, UK Gambling Commission.

The World Regulatory Briefing includes a panel discussion headed by moderators John Hagan Partner, HarrisHagan and will include speakers, Nick Garner CEO, 90 Digital, Anna Mathias Barrister, Licensing & Gambling Team, Joelson Wilson LLP, Jenny Williams Chief Executive, UK Gambling Commission and Clive Hawkswood CEO, of the RGA.

This is only a partial list of the panel discussions and information seminars to be presented at the 2014 conference. Exhibitors are also on hand with the latest developments in the industry. Product launches and exhibits of the capabilities of firms such as Microgaming, Playtech, NetEnt, Sheriff Gaming, iSoftBet, BetSoft, Intralot, Evolution Gaming, Media Live Casino, and Malta LGA.

The new World Regulatory Assembly is happening at ICE for the first time this year, and it will focus on a series of in-depth educational programmes and networking opportunities dealing with regulations from around the globe.

There is also the International Masters of Gaming Law Master Class which is a full day free-to-attend seminar. Key regulatory stakeholders will guide participants through the legal considerations and challenges surrounding Gaming Convergence, Sports Betting, New Trends and Developments in Emerging and European Jurisdictions.

On the packed agenda there is also debate and discussion on key jurisdictional developments with focus on Ireland, UK, the Netherlands and Germany. Key industry players will be analysing the expert groups’ “common standards”, with debate on regulatory harmonisation and defining key differences between regulatory frameworks. All and all this exhibit and conference is one that is sure to inform and enlighten anyone that attends.

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