Today: WrB Eastern Europe Will Show Just How Strong This Market Really IsPublished November 3, 2016 by Lee R
The litany of speakers offers mastery of the EE market to the global audience attending.
WrB Eastern Europe is coming up, and the organisers couldn’t be more happy to announce its return to its popular Warsaw site in Poland today November 3rd at Polonia Palace Hotel (Aleje Jerozolimskie 45).
WrB Eastern Europe has some key marketing development opportunities to pass on regarding newly regulated Romania, which is spearheading a movement of other key markets in the region including Czech Republic, Lithuania, and Poland.
Meeting the Challenges
WrB EE’s overview of the greater landscape of emerging jurisdictions that further includes Latvia, Croatia and Greece is set to empower all attending domestic and international operators, regional regulators and suppliers to overcome the key operating challenges in the Eastern European market.
Barriers to Overcome
The fact is operation in the EE environment requires mastery of regional challenges such as market entry, technical compliance and licensing to ease entry into this emerging Eastern Europe landscape.
Eastern European Trend
The largest gaming markets in Eastern Europe have sprung up over the last 18 months, starting with Hungary, Bulgaria and Romania. The domino effect has continued with subsequent regulatory movements in countries such as Czech Republic, Poland and Lithuania. WrB Eastern Europe is bringing together key regulatory bodies, international operators and affiliates to make sense of it all.
WrB EE will also be providing key strategic points regarding multi-channel operations to provide regional development into key themes such as iGaming regulatory updates around the region; Conversation strategy for local land-based operators; Responsible gambling and AML strategy in new markets; Understanding cultural challenges and consumer brand strategy; and forging relationships with existing regional stakeholders.
The strength, diversity and sheer multitude of speakers really jumps out. Among the long list of local and global movers and shakers attendees will be hearing from are Totolotek SA CEO Adam Lamentowicz; Malta Gaming Authority Head of EU & International Affairs Corinne Valletta; Playtech Chief Policy Officer Francesco Rodano; local EU Deputy Head of Unit Harrie Temmink; DraftKings Chief International Officer Jeffrey Haas; and Maarten Haijer, Secretary General of the European Gaming & Betting Association.
Time Has Come
The attention that WrB EE is garnering from global iGaming leaders and EU representatives is a strong indication of the value of the emerging EE market. Attendees will start learning why and how to benefit starting today.