Bullet Business hosting legal conference in London
15 December 2010
(PRESS RELEASE) -- A multitude of legal battles, blurred legislation and a distinct lack of harmonization across the continent, means that trying to do business for operators and service providers in the gaming and gambling industry is tough.
The one certainty is that the regulatory sands are shifting – which could be good news - with individual countries identifying regulation as a well-timed source of climb-out-of-recession taxes. However, the biggest challenge facing the industry is keeping up-to-speed with the ever-changing multitude of legislation options and implications.
A recent survey of over 30 industry leaders indicated that information was desperately needed to address key concerns including:
- a country by country legal breakdown due to the lack of harmonization
- updates on regulation, licensing and taxation
- understanding the European Commission position going into 2011
- progress of operators tackling infringements
- timelines for the US and developments following the mid-term elections
With this background it is timely that Bullet Business have announced the 5th Legal Gaming in Europe Summit (Jan 24 -25, 2011).
Joshua Bull, Conference Director at Bullet Business said:
"The Legal Gaming in Europe Summit 2011 is in its 5th sell out year and is a must-attend for everyone who is looking beyond the saturated markets to size up their business prospects in countries where the tide is turning in favour of legitimate online gaming and gambling."
Mr Bull continues "This is the established event that brings the entire industry together to discuss the core legal issues impacting the gaming and gambling market.
The speaker line-up includes prominent industry figures from Betsson, Betfair, Harrah's, and regulators from Germany, Denmark, Norway and the Isle of Man. Their focus will be creating a roadmap designed to will help the industry pinpoint specific, lucrative markets where business can prosper and thrive.
Attendees will get unrivalled access to legal advice, interact with key regulators, meetings will senior industry figures and take away practical solutions to the myriad of gaming and gambling legal complexities.
For more details go to http://www.bulletbusiness.com/gambling-conference/