Those with an interest in the gaming market of Luxembourg are being encouraged to attend the upcoming European Gaming Congress in order to participate in a special briefing that is due to feature industry specialist, Marko Jankovic.
According to a Thursday press release from show organizer European Gaming Media and Events, the 2019 edition of its European Gaming Congress is set to take place on November 8 at the Radisson Blu Hotel Milan and see experts, regulators, operators and service providers from across the continent come together so as to discuss some of the gaming industry’s most burning issues.
European Gaming Media and Events stated that its one-day Italian assembly is to attract well over 125 ‘C-Level’ executives to participate in a series of seminars dealing with specific industry areas such as outsourcing, artificial intelligence, marketing and, now, the lucrative gaming market of Luxembourg.
The organizer detailed that Jankovic serves as Head of Business Development for Luxembourg-based digital media and entertainments infrastructure specialist G-Core Labs SA, which is a subsidiary of video games developer Wargaming Group Limited, and has over a decade of industry experience encompassing some five years working in partnership with iGaming firms in the United States, Europe and Asia.
Jankovic has maintained and managed client relationships ‘with large multi-national companies in the iGaming and gaming industry worldwide’ and has advised these firms ‘on how to choose their infrastructures and fulfill their business needs.’ It moreover pronounced that he is set to be at its Milan show so as to take part in a ‘market briefing’ on Luxembourg and provide attendees with ‘information about the gambling industry and potential operational opportunities’ in Europe’s seventh smallest nation.
Read a statement from European Gaming Media and Events…
“Luxembourg’s gambling industry is the third most profitable in the European Union. One casino and the national lottery compose the extent of legal gambling and these operate under a law that dates back to 1977. But, the government does not attempt to prevent citizens from gambling online at foreign websites and there are no laws against doing so. Luxembourg also does not enforce web censorship and it does not restrict banking institutions from processing payments for known gambling sites. From the player’s point of view, there are dozens of potential Luxembourg betting sites that are safe and legitimate.”