Swedish lawmakers are eyeing re-regulation of the online gaming market in the summer of 2018. As it stands, the majority of lawmakers in Sweden are in favour of re-regulation. If passed, re-regulation will become effective on 1 January 2019.
One of the leading authorities on the subject is Danish Chief Executive Officer of the DOGA (Danish Online Gaming Association), Morten Ronde. He has over 2 decades of in-depth experience in the gambling industry. He was also responsible for drafting online gaming reform in Denmark. This allowed for the creation of a framework for online casino gaming operations and sports betting in Denmark..
The Danish Case Study for Sweden
Southwest of Sweden, Denmark has intimate knowledge of re-regulation of its online gaming market. That’s precisely why, CEO Morten Ronde will be providing expert insights and analysis on this topic. This will be broadcast via a webinar on Tuesday January 30, 2018 at 2 PM CET. Viewers will have an opportunity to quiz Morten about his experiences with re-regulation of the gambling market in Denmark. As one of the heavyweights in the gambling industry, Ronde will also be speaking at the 2018 i-Gaming Forum from April 17 – 18 at Sweden’s Berns Salonger.
Sweden Seeking Answers from Danish Gaming CEO
Among the many questions likely to be answered in the webinar are the following:
- What can Sweden learn from Denmark’s re-regulation?
- Will there likely be a rise in revenues from gambling activity?
- Which operators are likely to enter Sweden’s gambling market?
- What are the merits of the proposed re-regulation initiatives?