Gaming in Holland Arrives at the Ripe Time LegislativelyPublished June 13, 2017 by Lee R
Dutch legislation is just coming into effect, and experts will be making sense of it all.
Taking place June 13-14th, the formally titled Gaming in Holland Conference & Expo is shaping up as a one stop Dutch gaming industry empowering iGaming professionals on all gaming Dutch.
Big Game Reps
With over 200 representatives already registered across the land-based, online, and lotteries gaming sectors, this year’s conference promises to be the most-attended Gaming in Holland Conference ever.
Themed an “An Industry in Transformation” the conference is full of highlights, starting with a 90 minute preview of the latest legislation in the historic Dutch remote gaming Bill from a ranking senior policy officer in the Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice on the event’s first day.
A key component of the latest round of legislation to be revealed is targeted regulations addressing responsible gaming and sports integrity, which has particularly strong implications for sports associations.
Newest in Effect
Another hot topic that the Ministry of Security and Justice along with Netherlands Gaming Authority CEO will address CEO of the Netherlands Gaming Authority is the implementation and early response to the NGA’s tightened online enforcement policy that just came into force June 1.
Other topics to be addressed include the privatization of Holland Casino and the new Dutch lottery licensing regime.
Key Industry Perspective
One key online and land-based industry expert scheduled to provide perspective on the increase in enforcement priorities is Betsson Head of Regulatory Affairs Corinne Valletta.
Further expert commentary will come from a CEO panel discussing local and global developments in the gaming industry.
The free exhibition includes products on display from Cash Support, CDDN, Dutch Roulette Design, Ezugi, JCDecaux, Leaseweb, NMi, Novomatic, Amutron, Eurocoin, Stakelogic, Screen Impact, and Spintec.
An added artistic twist is the inclusion of the gambling artwork of visual artist and horse racing expert Loz Taylor.
With all this action and commentary, Gaming in Holland Conference & Expo is truly shaping up as the ideal event for networking and connecting to the industry’s most prominent movers and shakers, with an healthy array of C-level executives currently signed on to attend.