This Spring in London, Online Gaming Will Get Disrupted in the Best Possible WayPublished February 12, 2018 by Lee R
The mainstreaming of operator understanding of compliance will be at the forefront of this new event.
A new event is about to touchdown in the iGaming hotbed that London has become.
Entitled Disrupting Online Gambling – Technology, Security and Regulation, the event is set to take place in London from the 23rd to the 24th of May.
The event will bring together a diverse array of gambling operators from across greater Europe to confer on risk management and security while maintaining efficient operations and streamline services.
The conference will bring together key industry operators of both large and medium size; UK government agencies; and innovative industry thinkers acting as solution providers.
Attendees should be those who handle in their organisation areas including technology, security, risk management, data, payments, compliance and fraud within the gambling industry.
Topics to be Covered
Key topics on the docket for discussion include regulations surrounding payments, advertising and customer on-boarding. Vendors will further be educated on how to best integrate comprehensive compliance through cyber security and payments technology.
This is a landmark event for treatment of commercial, technology and regulatory responsibility, and will for the first time provide operators with a full set of tools for meeting regulatory requirements while at the same time delivering optimal customer service to achieve greater market share.
The focus will be on how disruptive technologies can revolutionise operational efficiency through offering a new take for operator innovation on responsible service enhanced by the newest digital tools.
The event is being hosted in the context of the greater leadership role of the UK as the largest regulated online gambling market in the world and the promise of 2018 as the so-called “bumper year” for regulatory change within the industry. The event is set to upgrade the compliance of operators while remaining competitive.
London is a particularly impactful place for the event due to being the home to many leading online gambling companies and regulatory bodies including the UK Gambling Authority, William Hill and Bet365.
The launch of this innovative compliance and efficiency event bodes well for the greater cohesive integration of operator compliance, which will serve to eliminate so much of the guesswork that characterised the growing pains of the first regulation models in this new iGaming era.