Sixth Gaming in Holland Conference To Take Place in JunePublished April 4, 2017 by Brett C
Amsterdam will play host to the Gaming in Holland Conference. This marks the 6th annual meeting of this high-level event, and it will be taking place on Tuesday, 13 June through Wednesday, 14 June in Amsterdam.
The Gaming in Holland Conference is slated for Tuesday, 13 June-Wednesday, 14 June, 2017 in Amsterdam. This marks the sixth annual session of this meeting, and all manner of topics will be up for discussion. These include traditional gambling activity and online gambling activity.
Issues under consideration will include product management, regulatory developments and overall conditions in the Dutch gaming market.Totally Gaming Academy will offer training to delegates and stakeholders, or masterclass sessions will be available from the International Masters of Gaming Law.
Insights Into the Dutch Gaming Market
To better serve the needs of stakeholders, international executives will be on hand alongside service providers, and local industry leaders. Various topics will be up for discussion including legislative developments and regulatory updates. Key topics such will be highlighted. These include transformation from the consumer's perspective, responsible gaming conduct four years from now, online and land-based product management issues, match fixing, and how to combat fraud in regulated online gambling markets etc.
Keynote Speakers at the Gaming in Holland Conference
The conference will host the biggest names in the business, including local operators such as Holland Casino and its chief executive officer, Erwin van Lambaart, and the chief executive officer of the Netherlands Gaming Authority Marja Appelman. The CEO of Play'N Go - Johan Tornqvist - will also be attending. Lucien Wijsman of Totally Gaming Academy and Paul Strikers, of Novomatic Netherlands will be offering insights into the Holland casino industry. Many other high-level executives, technical experts and legal experts will be on hand to provide assistance and support.