EiG will provide answers to a host of questions
How will the European Commission’s Green Paper affect the online gambling business, what new games will be allowed in Italy, how will high taxes imposed by France impact on the bottom line of the first licensees and what new countries will follow suit in regulating iGaming?
Answers to all of these questions and a whole lot more will be available to delegates at the 2010 EiG conference and expo, which takes place in Copenhagen, Denmark between 19 and 21 October this year and will feature top experts in the regulatory field, politicians and legal experts from key jurisdictions, including France, Italy, Germany and the USA.
Among them will be:
Sen. Roderick Wright, California, who is proposing legalised online poker in his state
Juan Carlos Alfonso Rubio, Coordination Director, Loterías y Apuestas del Estado, Spain
Hans-Jörn Arp, Member of Parliament for the Christian Democratic Party (CDU), German State of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Francesco Rodano, Head of Remote Gaming, AAMS Italy
Morten Ronde, Head Legal Adviser, Danish Gaming Board
Andrè Wilsenach, CEO, Alderney Gambling Control Commission
Tom Kavanagh, Formerly Deputy Chief Executive, Gambling Commission UK
Senior Representative, ARJEL France
Then there are a slew of senior industry executives sharing their industry wisdom, among them:
Jim Ryan, CEO, PartyGaming
Simon Burridge, CEO, Virgin Games
H.C. Madsen, CEO, Danske Spil
Gigi Levy, CEO, 888 Holdings
Nicolas Beraud, CEO, Mangas Gaming
Olivier Ou Ramdane, General Director, EurosportBet
Per Hellberg, CEO, Nordic Gaming Group
Alex Dreyfus, CEO, Chili Poker
Paul Herzfeld, CEO, Casinos Austria
Moise Serero, CEO Interactive, Groupe Partouche
Check out the complete speakers’ line-up and download the brochure here: http://www.eigexpo.com to see the full program of panels, workshops, case studies and interactive discussions.