Boutique gaming event organizer European Gaming Media and Events has announced that its inaugural European Gaming Congress (EGC) is due to feature a special panel discussion looking at the potential in the online gambling markets of Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
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According to an official Wednesday press release published by CalvinAyre.com, this one-off event is to be moderated by Joerg Hofmann from German legal firm Melchers Law and feature a panel of ‘leading experts’ that is set to include the President for Austria’s Automatenverband trade association, Helmut Kafka.
European Gaming Media and Events explained that its one-day EGC will be held at the Grand Union Hotel in the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana on October 16 with its special panel discussion also set to include submissions from the General Secretary for the Austrian Association for Betting and Gambling, Raffaela Zillner, as well as Martin Arendts from German gaming law firm Arendts Anwalte.
Read a statement from European Gaming Media and Events…
“It is going to be a very informative panel as the speakers have clearly expressed that they will be bringing some fresh news and indicators about the mentioned markets and it is a must-attend panel for companies seeking advice on entering or receiving a license for operating.”
European Gaming Media and Events is moreover responsible for organizing the annual Central and Eastern European Gaming Conference (CEEGC) alongside the Mare Balticum Gaming Summit and detailed that the upcoming EGC will furthermore offer attendees the chance to take part in a special panel discussion from the International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL) concerning the advertising of gambling products in regulated markets.