September 8, 2016 will see the 7th Annual KPMG eGaming Summit open in the Isle of Man at the Villa Marina. The event begins at 9am and will feature more than 30 experts in the field of eGaming. The entire day will be filled with topics ranging from the Isle of Man’s proposition for eGaming post-Brexit, the Top 10 Risks for Gaming operators, commentary and predictions on recent Mergers & Acquisitions, Technology Developments and the pending implementation of a new National Online Self-Exclusion Scheme (NOSES) by the Remote Gambling Association (RGA).

Over the last six years KPMG has held 12 eSummits across the Isle of Man and Gibraltar, and the 13th has attracted another selection of high caliber speakers and panelists.

Micky Swindale, KPMG’s Director of Advisory commented on the timeliness of the 7th annual summit noting, “Our Isle of Man Summit comes at a particularly busy time for the industry, with a great deal of M&A activity, the processing of the possible impacts of Brexit, and of course the introduction of a National Online Self-Exclusion Scheme (NOSES) – KPMG are delighted to be working with the RGA on what we see as a fantastic opportunity for the industry to work together to put in place a customer-focused, user-friendly system to help ensure gambling online is a positive and pleasurable leisure past-time,” said Swindale.

“This year we’re looking forward to welcoming new faces from the UK, such as Fiona Palmer (Head of Compliance and Social Responsibility at Sky Betting & Gaming), Simon French (Gaming Analyst at Cenkos), Paul Richardson (Head of M&A at Rank) as well as lots of old friends from operators, service providers and the IMGL, whose masterclasses are a great addition to our summit offering. In addition we say a fond farewell to Chief Minister Allan Bell, who opened our first summit in 2010, and thank him for his ongoing contribution and support to the sector. We’re looking forward to a stimulating day.”

Attendance for the KPMG eGaming Summit is by invitation only. For more information, or if you would like to request an invitation, please visit For those unable to attend, a full report of the day’s events will be published due, once again, to the support of Continent 8 Technologies.