The Prague Summit is going to land for the first time, and no one in the region should miss out.
The latest developments announced by the Prague Gaming Summit include two keynote speakers and the securing of the event’s first sponsors.
The seminar conference will take place June 8-9 at Andel’s by Vienna House Prague, bringing together regulators, operators, affiliates and software providers to make sense of the exciting development of recently regulation of online gambling in Czech Republic!
Topics up for discussion include a consideration of the advantages and barriers in the current legal framework, as well as the nearby diversifying Scandinavian and expanding Baltic regions.
The first edition of the yearly Summit will also facilitate networking among delegates and regulators, gaming experts, operators, software providers and investors from all over the world.
First Speaker Announced
NSoft Business Operations (Bosnia) Managing Director Yancy Cottrill. With an LL.M in International Business Law from Central European University, Yancy is also licensed to practice law in US states New York and North Dakota.
Cottrill will bring his international expertise as advisor to management on legal and legislative issues in all markets where NSoft is doing business to a Prague Seminar panel entitled Benefits of the European Gambling Laws, June 8th from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM.
Second Speaker Announced
Another new speaker announced by Prague is Vojtěch Chloupek, who will be moderating a fascinating panel entitled Focus on the Czech Republic, on the 8th of June from 9:30 to 11:00 AM.
Chloupek’s expertise comes from a partnership in the Czech Bird & Bird office and in his service as Head of the Intellectual Property, Tech & Comms and Media groups in Czech Republic and Slovakia.
The Prague Summit also announced its first Gold Sponsor for the event: Tipster management platform Betting Gods (managed by Prague Speaker Darren Moore); as well as its first two Silver Sponsors: interactive sports betting solution provider SBTech and NSoft.
While the event may seem far off, June is barely more than a month away. Don’t let this inaugural event pass you by.