Prague Gaming Summit to Focus on Central European RegulationPublished February 22, 2018 by Elana K
Organizers of the Prague Gaming Summit have announced a new panel moderator: Dr. Joerg Hofmann, ranked as a “Leading Individual” in Gaming & Gambling by Chambers Global since 2011.
The second edition of the Prague Gaming Summit, the most important boutique-style gaming conference in Europe, is scheduled to take place this year on March 29, 2018 at Andel’s by Vienna House in Prague. The summit will offer the latest insights about regulatory gambling updates in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Austria, Switzerland, and Poland.
New Panel Moderator Announced
The Prague Gaming Summit will consist of panel discussions led by outstanding gaming experts in both the online and land-based gambling industries. The panel moderators have been carefully selected to ensure lively and informative conversations, and the newest moderator has just been announced: Dr. Joerg Hofmann.
Dr. Hofmann (Melchers Law, Germany) is the Immediate Past President of the International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL) and has consistently been ranked as a “Leading Individual” in Gaming & Gambling by Chambers Global since 2011. At the summit, he will moderate the “Focus on Czech Republic” and “Focus on Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland and Austria” panel discussions.
Confirmed speakers at the summit include Max Krupyshev, COO of Cubits, the leading Bitcoin payment provider in Europe, Dan Iliovici, President of the National Gambling Office ONJN, the Romanian gambling regulator, monitoring and controlling authority, Yakir Firestane, Director of Gaming at Northern and Shell (Health Lottery), the only live lottery in Europe available every 3 minutes, and many more.
One of the highlights of the summit is the roundtable discussion with Czech regulators, which gives attendees to ask specific questions about regulations and other relevant issues. It’s a must-not-miss for anyone who needs to be in the loop about the latest gambling regulations in Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Austria, Switzerland, and Poland.
The Prague Gaming Summit is limited to 125 seats, which means that it's important to register as soon as possible to ensure you get a spot. Discounted rates are available until March 22, 2018.