On March 1,Kakha Kukava, former Georgian minister of parliament and head of legal at Gambling Business Monitoring, a non-governmental organization (NGO) will share insights into the state of disorganized labor relations and the defense of labor rights in the gambling business.

The speech will be presented at the Georgia Gaming Congress in Tbilisi, where Kukava was a member of the city council and is the founder of the Free Georgia political party. He will speak on behalf the NGO about the protection of labor rights for all gambling business participants as well as cover topics including the culture of gambling regulation.

The dissertation will give valuable insights to help delegates learn to avoid disputes, know employer’s legal requirements, and in which cases wronged employees can win monetary damages when their labor rights are violated.

Questions from the audience will be answered by Kukava as part of a full day gaming congress focused on the development of land-based and online casinos, bookmaking, eSports, and fantasy Sports as well as the prospects of using Blockchain, augmented reality and virtual reality in gaming offerings.

Government officials, entrepreneurs, equipment and software manufacturers, junket operators and gaming enthusiasts will all be in attendance. Investors, managers, experts and more will be on hand for conferences and demonstrations.

To learn more or to register your interest in the Georgia Gaming Congress please visit the website.