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Expert electronic gambling operators and officials are gathering April 5th and 6th for Stockholm’s 9th Annual iGaming Forum. Attendees have a unique opportunity to evaluate and consider the opportunities of entering into or expanding within the Scandinavian iGaming markets.
This year’s event is timed perfectly so that participants will have the opportunity to assess a legislative draft recently presented to Sweden’s lawmakers. These preliminary statues outline potential legislation revisions, which could have Nordic, European, as well as global implications.
In addition to the special review of Sweden’s pending legislation, industry topics featured during the Forum sessions are set to include iGaming trends, security and intelligence, technology advancements, eSports gaming – all to be presented with a spotlight towards innovation.
An expert array of iGaming innovators and entrepreneurs will be presenting at this sold-out forum, and speakers include Attorney and Gambling Regulator Peter Alling who is currently managing regulatory issues in the Nordic countries, as well as BetConstruct CEO Vahe Baloulian, a veteran in the gaming industry, and considered one of online gaming’s most innovative and inspiring leaders.
Bringing insight into the issues of taxation and regulation is Global Betting and Gaming Consultancy [GBGC] CEO Warwick Bartlett. In a recent interview, he spoke to the shift in political leadership both in Britain and the US – specific to Brexit and newly elected President Trump. Bartlett plans to offer insight and clarity to these and related topics while envisioning how lowered corporate taxation for both countries may coax eGaming market growth. GBGC, headquartered on the Isle of Man, specializes as a global gaming consultancy, and publishes the industries’ authoritative and comprehensive Global Gambling Report.
Venture Capitalist and Internet Technology investor Christen Ager-Hanssen, Norway’s “modern day Viking,” who recently purchased Sweden’s Metro newspaper conglomerate for $5.5 million US, is scheduled as the keynote speaker.
This iGaming Forum is designed and developed by Swedish events organizer Copperberg, a firm that specializes in stimulating global business networking. Their corporate vision is to improve, develop, and innovate conference concepts that ensure optimum hands-on experiences enabling attendees to convert the ideas gained during sessions into action and growth.
Located in heart of Stockholm’s City Center, the Forum’s venue is the elegent 19th Century Vasateatern located adjacent to the Scandic Grand Central Hotel accommodations.
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