Gaming in Holland is coming, June 7-8, and all iGaming professionals should be sure to mark the date for the full range of legal perspectives on incoming legislation.
Part of RAI Supershow
The Gaming in Holland Conference is taking place as part of the iGaming Super Show convention in Amsterdam´s RAI Exhibition and Convention Center in Amsterdam.
Gaming Holland Congress is a force in its own right. A full slate of industry insiders and regulators will provide first-hand legal and legislative updates to essential industry verticals such as remote gaming, land-based operations, and lotteries.
New information is discussed in the context to the incoming Dutch remote gaming bill, which is subject to Parliamentary vote not one week before this year´s GHC begins. The Gaming Congress will empower attendees with the voting results as well as implications for secondary legislation, legal developments in the online lottery sector, and the impending privatization of Holland Casino (currently scheduled for 2017).
Speakers include digital and gaming market specialist Robert Anderson, CEO of Swedish supermarketing group Catana Media, Netherlands Gaming Authority Marja Appelman, and Justin Franssen, co-partner at the law firm of iGaming co-sponsor Kalff Katz and Franssen.
The networking opportunities will be considerable as well, as GHC 2016 will offer local, national, and global market expertise. CEO´s from iGaming organizations of all sizes will share their views on and ideas for the emerging and highly attractive Dutch gaming market at ingenious venues such as a wondrous Amsterdam canal cruise and an elegant mixer amid the splendor of the Jamie Oliver Restaurant FIFTEEN.
As far as the Dutch market is concerned, specific content will be offered in the form of GHC sessions on data validation, marketing, affiliates, and speaker presentations on super hot eSports and Daily Fantasy.
Master the Dutch Market
A Dutch regulation vote is on the way. Let the legal experts sort everything out for you at Holland Gaming Congress as soon as it happens.