New markets. New players. New regulations.
As European gaming markets continue to liberalise country-by-country, the USA has also finally joined the online gaming gold rush, opening their doors to the world’s largest market and providing an opportunity for a wealth of new players to join the table.
There is money to be made. But where? And how?
Lucrative opportunities exist for online gaming operators and industry service providers, however there remains a number of regulatory challenges to be met before your online strategies can become a reality. The expansion of gaming opportunities within any jurisdiction is changing so rapidly that it is simply imperative that operators and their business partners fully comprehend the regulatory landscape in order to assess their risk profile and identify the opportunities for compliant commercial expansion.
C5’s 4th annual European Online Gaming forum is now an established event in the online gaming calendar, and is the only one to focus specifically on online gaming regulation and regulatory compliance. Based on extensive research with regulators, in-house legal counsel from leading and emerging operators, and the lawyers advising them, the event programme is written exclusively for those responsible for applying for and complying with online gaming licenses.
Key regulators, distinguished in-house counsel and their expert legal advisers from across Europe will help your company advance its key growth strategies by sharing their implementable insights and experiences on:
- Successfully navigating the European and American regulatory framework to plot your online market entry strategies
- How the market leaders are capitalizing right now on the opportunities presented by newly liberalised markets and what can you learn from their experience
- The regulatory, legal and commercial pitfalls that operators need to avoid online
- Managing the complexities of multi-jurisdictional licenses
- How partnerships between gaming operators and suppliers are being used as a means of overcoming the barriers to entry for online gaming in the USA
- How to maintain corporate social responsibility
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