Two Weeks to Go for the Scandinavian Gaming ShowPublished August 22, 2018 by Florin P
The Scandinavian Gaming Show is scheduled for September 5-6 and attendees have two weeks to register for the conference.
Two weeks from now, starting on September 5 and concluding one day later, the Scandinavian Gaming Show comes to Stockholm. Eventus International organizes this event that brings together iGaming industry leaders and major operators. Hundreds of participants have already signed up for the show and more are expected to register over the next days.
The conference is particularly important for those who plan on learning more about the new Swedish gambling market regulations. They will come into effect in January 2018 and online casinos can benefit from knowing all the details in advance. As the gambling rules change, there are new opportunities that operators can capitalize on, but also the obstacles that must be overcome.
Sweden is an Acclaimed Gaming Destination
The Scandinavian country has acted as a magnet for international gambling operators, because of its solid economy and enthusiastic gamers. New regulations will make it easier for local operators to thrive and address the problems caused by the regulatory vacuum. Not only local casinos but also international players interested in entering this market will have to abide by the new set of rules. These will be enforced by the Swedish Gambling Authority and will create a safer gambling environment for players.
At the Scandinavian Gaming Show, participants will learn more about the upcoming changes and the best ways to adjust to them. For many casinos, this will be an excellent opportunity to get a competitive edge when the race starts in January. Missing the start isn’t an option and those who attend the conference will be well prepared to tackle the inevitable challenges. The topics discussed in Stockholm go beyond marketing rules and regulations and include strategies that can help operators succeed.
For the delegates, this is also an excellent opportunity to get in touch with industry leaders and representatives of the Swedish Gambling Association.