What to Look Forward to at the Armenian Gaming ForumPublished November 16, 2015 by Vlad G
Important speakers and popular developers in the gambling industry are expected to make the Armenian Gaming Forum a big success.
The first ever Armenian Gaming Forum will take place on 19th November. The event is organized by Smile-Expo and it will welcome professionals from the industry in order to cover some of the major topics. As anticipation builds for the event, here are some of the highlights which should get a lot of attention:
Aram Orbelyan Will Be One of the Speakers
Aram Orbelyan was the minister of the Justice’s Deputy in Armenia between the years 2011 and 2014, as well as a finance counselor in the market. He is a specialist when it comes to foreign investment, telecommunications and corporate law and is now working as a senior partner for Concern Dialog.
His experience will be very important for the Armenian Gaming Forum and those attending the event as he will make a presentation on the process of launching a gaming business in Armenia. Orbelyan will cover legal issues in gambling, licensing peculiarities, regulations for online gambling and the money-laundering problem.
EveryMatrix Is a Sponsor for the Event
EveryMatrix provides innovative solutions in the online gambling industry and while it is an independent developer, the brand helps power several online casinos. Representatives will be present in Yerevan for the Armenian Gaming Forum and EveryMatrix has announced that it is going to be one of the official sponsors for the event.
Established in 2008, the company quickly became popular thanks to its sports betting platform, casino engine and managing platform for gaming businesses. EveryMatrix is looking to expand and Armenia is a great choice.
ISOC AM Vice-President Will Become a Speaker
Grigoriy Sagiyan is the vice-president of the Internet Society of Armenia and he will not just attend the first ever Armenian Gaming Forum but also be one of the key speakers. He will make a presentation on the topic of the level of control the state wants to have in the online casino industry; talking about the current status and answering questions about restrictive measures.