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Eventus New-look Conference Spices up Regional Opportunities in GoaPublished July 11, 2018 by Lee R
The Strategic Platform for iGaming Conference and Exhibition will land just ahead of India’s potential game-changing national elections.
India appears to be emerging from a period of historic heavy restrictions, with an all-encompassing one-stop gaming conference in the region set to position attendees for the benefits.
A new glimmer of hope for the opening of the potentially massive market in the region comes from new discussions on ways to reform and regulate the gaming and betting industry there, with the hope for reform spurred by the incoming elections in India scheduled for April to May of 2019.
Time to SPICE it up
This renders a discussion of options for law and policy makers and a brainstorming of investment opportunities in the broader South Asian region all the more appropriate and timely for the Eventus-promoted event with an updated look.
After establishing itself as the successful Sports Betting & Gaming India (SBGI) summit in Goa in February this year as India’s inaugural betting and gaming event, Eventus International has rebranded the event as the Strategic Platform for iGaming Conference & Exhibition (SPICE), an avatar to be realised February 26th to 27th, 2019 in Goa once again.
The event will examine an effective regulation model as a means to optimising economic opportunities.
Investment Opportunities Abound
Opportunities for investment will be revealed in discussion of online skill gaming and brick and mortar casinos; effective structuring of foreign investments and gaming businesses; responsible gambling and the player protection; the socio-economic and financial benefits of legalised gambling and more.
Bringing it to the Officials
Eventus International Managing Director Yudi Soetjiptadi says that on the heels of the success of the SBGI summit and exhibition in February, Eventus seeks to continue the dialogue with SPICE as a constructive initiative for the region offering opportunities across the board “to the Indian government and regulator and the gambling and gaming industry.”
The conference is expected to attract Eventus’ usual array of senior delegates and stakeholders from the private and public sector, with more specific information about delegates becoming available as the event takes shape over the coming months. Keep an eye on the event website for further announcements and program details at Eventus’ website.
The chance to participate in the establishment of an iGaming market in India is a groundbreaking and potentially lucrative opportunity that should not be missed.