Preliminary Agenda For Mare Balticum Gaming Summit Has Been ReleasedPublished March 5, 2018 by Elana K
The first Mare Balticum Gaming Summit is scheduled to take place on May 8, 2018 in Latvia; highlights include panel discussions with Baltic regulators and industry experts about the state of the industry in Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Denmark and Sweden.
The first-ever Mare Balticum Gaming Summit is scheduled to take place on May 8, 2018 at the Astor Riga in Latvia, and the preliminary agenda has just been released. The event’s highlights include panel discussions with Baltic regulators and industry experts about the state of the industry per region. Regions include Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Denmark, and Sweden.
There will also be talks on innovation and the effects of GDPR on the gambling industry, and of course, there will be a generous amount of time dedicated to networking.
What’s the Purpose of the Summit?
The purpose of the Mare Balticum Gaming Summit is to create a forum where representatives from the international gaming industry and local regulators can discuss the future of gaming in the Baltic region, ways to improve performance, and the benefits of being a licensed operation.
While this is the first time this summit is taking place, organizers hope that it will continue as an annual event. And as online gaming grows more and more popular each year, a summit that connects gambling operators with regulators can prove unbelievably valuable and essential.
Who’s the Summit For?
The Mare Balticum Gaming Summit is geared toward anyone who is involved in any aspect of the gaming and online gaming industries in the Baltic region. And because Baltic regulators are heavily involved, attendees will get inside information on how to best work together and reap the benefits of being licensed. They will also be able to stay one step ahead of the competition by being made aware of new laws, policies, trends, and more.
About the Organizers
The Bare Malticum Summit is being organized by EEGEvents, a boutique gaming event organizer of Central and Eastern Europe. The live events/conference division focuses on giving attendees inside information from top gaming experts and regulators in the European Union and more.