Both new and existing legal and regulatory challenges continue to test compliance in the online gaming sphere and require businesses to adapt and evolve their internal strategies.

Anti-money laundering compliance continues to be the key challenge with the new licensing conditions and Codes of Practise together with AML requirements taking effect from 31 October 2016 plus the fall-out from the voluntary settlements over the last year. Understanding both the likely approach of the Gambling Commission to AML failings going forward and who will benefit from the low risk exemption has crucial repercussions for everyone, as these remain to be established.

Join C5’s 7th EU Online Gaming Forum to hear insight, analysis, discussion and solutions for pre-empting and dealing with the ongoing compliance demands and the potential risk of falling on the wrong side of the authorities. Hear more about the recent cases with the Advertising Standards Authorities, progress on the implementation of national exclusion registers and the regulatory repercussions for e-sports, virtual currencies and critically, social gaming.

Bringing together Europe’s top Regulators, Operators and Suppliers as well as their expert advisors, this conference will focus on all of the issues you need to know more about.

Take advantage of our exclusive conference and learn from the experts as they advise on the best practice approaches to minimising risk and exposure in the online gambling industry.

We look forward to welcoming you at the conference.

Sarah Porch
Senior Conference Producer
C5 Communications
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