Scandinavia Gaming Show is Welcomed Back not a Moment Too Soon in DenmarkPublished September 3, 2019 by Lee R
The opportunities in Scandinavia are proliferating faster than you think.
A hot conference in Scandinavia beckons within the fortnight in Denmark.
The Event Particulars
The 2nd Annual Scandinavian Gaming Show is on tap for the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark September 5-6th.
With the online gambling industry across Scandinavian jurisdictions gaining huge momentum, the pressure for legislative reform to keep pace mounts as international operators chomp at the bit to enter any available market in the region.
The event will be distinguished by expert speakers and regional experts such as Danish Online Gambling Association/Nordic Gambling CEO/Managing Partner Morten Ronde; whose keynote address on Denmark's Gaming Code will kick off the affair.
Leading Speakers and Representatives
Further regional insight will be forthcoming from top international industry operators and associations including Betfair; the Norwegian Industry Association for Online Gambling (NBO); Kindred Group PLC; Danske Spil A/S; the Danish Gambling Authority; the Swedish Trade Association for Online Gambling (BOS) and the European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA).
Promoters Eventus are offering a key delegate pass 10% discount this week: SGS2019AUG.
Agenda Highlights Day 1
Day 1's discussions on the Gaming Code of Conduct in Denmark, focusing on marketing of gambling adverts in the Scandinavian countries; Lottery as an acquisition and retention tool; How to securely grow your business with bigger payouts; and Using diversity to increase responsibility and market-share; and an action plan for responsible gaming in Scandinavian countries and beyond.
Agenda Highlights Game 2
Day Two will be highlighted by presentations and discussions about How to best handle technical compliance in both Denmark and Sweden; Insights into the changes in brand strategies of different companies within the industry; and a Review of Compliance Requirements from KYC, AML to EDD – How it is changing and what operators can practically do to better know their customers.
The loaded agenda for SGS 2019 appears poised to provide everything operators and other attendees want to know about mastering the Scandinavian market and more.