Gaming Congress Turns Kazakhstan into a Hotspot for iGaming IndustryPublished August 12, 2015 by Florin P
Industry leaders and prominent speakers expected to attend the Gaming Congress in Kazakhstan on August 20.
Online gambling has gained a lot of traction in CIS countries and now these nations need to tackle the same sensitive issues that caused major debates in the West. This is why the Gaming Congress is scheduled to take place on August 20 in Kazakhstan, with the city of Almaty being the gracious host for the event. The conference is expected to bring together some of the industry leaders and also casino representatives, affiliates and a plethora of legal experts.
Prominent Speakers Expected to Attend
The lineup of specialists that have announced their presence at the Gaming Congress Kazakhstan includes high profile speakers. They are expected to shed some light on delicate issues, such as taxation, legal frameworks for bookmakers as well as the use of crypto currency as payment methods.
Bitcoins are routinely accepted by some online casinos and the advantages and shortcomings of using them for deposits and wagering will be discussed at the convention. Aigoul Kenjebayeva, Denis Zheltovsky and Ruslan Suleymanov represent prominent companies, such as Dentons, Casexe Ltd and Tennisi.kg, so their input is particularly valuable.
Latest Technologies and Equipment on Display
The Gaming Congress Kazakhstan sets out to cover all the topics of interest and will also feature a Demo Area, where the newest gaming equipment will be showcased. One day after the convention, the delegates will have the chance to tour the local casinos and interact on a more direct level with their managers.
There are more than 40 casinos nationwide and their number is growing at an accelerated pace, which appeals to prospective investors. The Kazakhstan gambling market is clearly on an expansion and valuable lessons can be learned from the experience of neighboring countries, particularly Kyrgyzstan. The business tour is scheduled for August 21, while the congress will be hosted by The Royal Tulip Hotel