Jan Řehola of PS Legal One of Keynote VIGE 2017 Day 1 SpeakersPublished December 16, 2016 by Ivan P
The Czech Republic gambling law expert Jan Řehola will talk about the progress of the country's New Gambling Act during Day 1 of VIGE 2017.
Vienna International Gaming Expo (VIGE 2017), taking place on March 20th, 2017, for the first time is an event looking to set standards for industry related events in Central Europe. The three-day event will cover a broad range of relevant topics. One of these topics is the New Gambling Act in the Czech Republic, which will be covered by Jan Řehola, law and regulation expert working with PS Legal.
Jan Řehola One of Keynote Day 1 Speakers
The first day of VIGE 2017 seminars is entitled Gaming in Central Europe - Guidance and Initiation, and it will touch upon many interesting markets, including Austria, Hungary, Serbia, Croatia, Poland, and, of course, the Czech Republic.
Řehola, who will be a part of the Conversation 2, will report on the progress of the New Gambling Act in the Czech Republic over the course of its first few months. Jan Řehola has extensive experience in the gaming regulation sector so he can offer some unique and valuable insights. Currently working with a private company PS Legal, he was employed by the Ministry of Finance for four years, working in the department for gambling regulation.
Over the course of his work for the department, Řehola has had an opportunity to encounter different regulatory issues in terms of licensing, legislation, and cooperation with other European regulators.
VIGE 2017 to Provide Valuable Insights
The first-ever Vienna International Gaming Expo will gather many speakers and guests of Jan Řehola's reputation and competence. By gathering legal and industry experts from the region and from across the globe, VIGE 2017 will look to establish itself as the leading event of this type in Central Europe.
All early announcements indicate that VIGE 2017 is a must-attend event for all relevant players in the industry. All seminars are limited to 250 participants so make sure to take your picks and secure your place early.