From April 11th until the 14th KKF’s Gaming & Gambling Team will attend the biggest gaming exhibition in Europe, ICE 2022 in London.
With the licensed remote gambling market having opened in 2021 there is plenty to talk about, for operators and suppliers alike! Recent key developments in the Netherlands also cover the gaming sector too, including a recent favorable decision on the “loot box” front.
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At the ICE VOX Conference World Regulatory Briefing, Justin Franssen will also moderate the session “Shared Experience: The transition from underground to above ground” on transitioning to regulated markets.
This session is scheduled for 16:05–16:45 on Monday 11th April. Speakers will address questions relating to the transition to a newly regulated market (including the Netherlands, Germany and some US States). Such questions include communicating changes to the market, valuable lessons from the Dutch cooling-off period, regulatory enforcement in transitioning markets and encouraging compliance from operators in such transitioning markets. Panelists are:
Peter-Paul de Goeij, Managing Director, Netherlands Online Gambling Association
Pontus Lindwall, CEO, Betsson
Paris Smith, CEO, Pinnacle
Jessica Maier, Head of Government Affairs, Play’n GO
For more information see: https://www.icelondon.uk.com/vox-agenda/world-regulatory-briefing-wrb.
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