Boutique gaming event organizer, European Gaming Media and Events, has announced that Baltic online gambling law specialist, Andrius Gabnys (pictured), has signed on to serve as an official ambassador for the second annual edition of its Mare Balticum Gaming Summit.
The Romanian firm used a November 12 press release to declare that the 2019 edition of its Mare Balticum Gaming Summit is set to take place in the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius on May 9 and will offer iGaming operators and vendors from around the world the chance to gain valuable insights while touching base with a plethora of Baltic and Scandinavian regulators.
European Gaming Media and Events explained that the upcoming event, which will be held inside the Radisson Blu Royal Astorija Hotel, is to treat participants to ‘a full day of quality learning and networking with local regulators and industry experts.’ It also detailed that Lolita Sumskaite, Finance Minister for Lithuania, as well as Brigitte Sand from Denmark’s Spillemyndigheden regulatory authority will be giving talks while it hopes to unveil further prestigious speakers before ‘the end of 2018.’
‘Hard work’ to be recognized:
As if this wasn’t enough, European Gaming Media and Events proclaimed that the 2019 edition of its Mare Balticum Gaming Summit is to moreover feature a special panel discussion from the International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL) as well as The Baltic and Scandinavian Gaming Awards to recognize ‘the hard work of companies in the region.’
Ambassador is ‘a leading figure’:
Zoltan Tundik, representing the gaming event organizer, stated that Gabnys is a partner with Tallinn and Vilnius-based Gabnys Law Firm and has over a decade of experience in the gambling sector. He additionally proclaimed that he is looking for forward to working with the experienced professional ‘as we did with the inaugural event.’
Tundik’s statement read…
“Andrius is a well-known and respected attorney in the region and we are lucky that we can work with him. Andrius has extensive experience dealing with gambling authorities in Europe, CIS countries, Africa and South America, which makes him a leading figure of the industry in the Baltic and Scandinavian region for industry development.”