Key Trends of the New DACH Market Region Will Be Among the New Insights at Prague Gaming Summit 2019Published February 27, 2019 by Lee R
The new DACH focus will enhance the regional discussion that are commonly empowering stakeholders at Prague Gaming Summit the third time around.
Prague Gaming Summit 2019 is preparing to take a hard look at a newly formed region that could be making a big impact on iGaming very soon.
Taking place March 12th, 2019, the 3rd edition of Prague Gaming Summit focuses on the newly forming DACH region, which has some very significant markets already among its market membership.
Key DACH Developments
The key market jurisdiction within this group, Germany, is reportedly moving forward with a licensing system that has a good chance to meet EU approval this year or next, as a result of the positive influence of Brexit.
Along with Germany another DACH member Austria makes for two of the most profitable markets in Europe, as a result of native operators such as Novomatic and Gauselmann.
Incoming DACH Regulation
At this juncture, Prague Gaming Summit organizers are promoting DACH with an eye towards 2020, when the DACH global sector is due to join the European gaming industry with a new set of historic regulations—after 2018 revealed the problem of grey and black markets dominating the region.
Initiated last year at European Gaming Congress and set to continue through 2019, the 3rd edition of Prague Gaming Summit provides delegates with the opportunity to obtain information about the DACH region from leading industry experts of the industry under the watchful hand of moderator Dr. Simon Planzer of Planzer law.
Confirmed speakers for the vital DACH discussion include Austrian Association for Betting and Gambling Secretary General Dr. Raffaela Zillner, LL.M; MME Senior Legal Associate Dr. Alexandra Körner; Attorney-at-Law Dr. Christian Rapani of Christian Rapani; and Melchers Law Senior Partner Dr. Matthias Spitz.
The Rest of the Field
The Prague Gaming Summit is adding the DACH focus to the other leading regions to be discussed at Prague Gaming Summit, with the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein among them.
Panel Discussion Topics
Further panel discussion topics include the relationships between Regulators, Operators and Affiliates; MasterCard's new requirements for Online Merchants in the CFD, FX, Gaming, Crypto verticals; understanding millennials with emphasis on eSports, Daily Fantasy Sports and Virtual Sports); outsourcing for gaming companies; and IT security.
A key Masterclass at Prague Gaming Summit will offer insights from International Masters of Gaming Law experts about advertisement bans.
Overall, the integration of DACH discussion looks to be a key step Prague Gaming Summit will play in legitimizing one of the most lucrative regions in the world.