|Six months ago, the UK made an announcement that rocked the international gaming industry, proposing to relax the laws for gaming and regulate online gambling. Instigated by the Budd Report, when the final terms are agreed the UK will be the first G-7 nation to provide a regulated environment for online operators, opening up an enormous range of new business opportunities.|
On the 13th & 14th November 2002, the third European Online Gaming 2002 takes place in London, bringing you up-to-the-minute news about developments in the UK; including more detail about the government’s proposals and the timescales involved.
The first morning of this year’s event focuses exclusively on the implementation of the Budd proposals, with a Keynote Address from the UK Government Minister responsible for their introduction – Richard Caborn, Minister for Sport at the DEPARTMENT FOR CULTURE, MEDIA & SPORT – plus the response from the global gaming industry.
A specialist panel of speakers will also discuss the emergence of the UK as a leading online gaming jurisdiction, the impact of legal reform on the UK’s landbased industry and the knock-on effect to other European jurisdictions.
Over the full two days of the event, the conference programme will examine many of the key issues and challenges for the online gaming market, including; customer acquisition & retention, international barriers & opportunities, creating new consumers for online gaming services, plus a wide range of branding & marketing issues.
Confirmed speakers include: David Gill, Managing Director, MANCHESTER UNITED PLC * Tony Fontaine, Vice President, STATION CASINOS * Lee Richardson, COO, CORAL EUROBET * Robin Cairnes, Managing Director, PLAYBOYGAMING.COM * Vincent Caldwell, Managing Director, BETINTERNET.COM * plus many, many more.
At European Online Gaming 2002, businesses looking to set up or enhance their online gaming operation in the UK & Europe will have a unique opportunity to speak to industry experts from around the globe, potential business partners (from inside and outside the online gaming industry) and many of the leading suppliers to the sector.
More details and the full programme are available at: EOG 2002
For further details please contact Hannah Miller
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: +44 (0)1732 367007.