Budapest – 11 June 2018 – The third edition of Central and Eastern European Gaming Conference is gearing up with an impressive lineup of speakers and the team promises a unique opportunity for delegates to harvest quality content.
The agenda of the event will also include a market update of the Polish market has been criticized lately for delay in simplified online betting sign-ups. A Polish trade association has criticized the government severely for making the registration process with Polish-licensed online sports betting operators too difficult.
Late last month, Pracodawcy RP (Employers of the Republic of Poland) sent a letter blaming the Ministry of Finance of “making it difficult to develop the bookmaking market” and “hindering” local operators’ ability to compete with internationally licensed gambling sites.
Specifically, the group accused the Ministry of dragging its feet on allowing locally licensed online bookmakers to offer simplified account registration for new customers.
Under this process, customers could fill in minimal data, make a deposit and place a wager before the impulse escapes them. Full registration would have to be completed within 30 days, and withdrawals would be impossible until full registration was done.
As the story develops further, there is so much to learn about the entanglements of the Polish gambling industry.
Bartosz Andruszaniec (RM Legal Kancelaria Radców Prawnych) will join the “Focus on Central Europe” panel discussion and share the insights about the gambling industry in Poland.
About Bartosz Andruszaniec
Graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw and a member of the District Chamber of Legal Advisers. Specializes in gambling law and provides advisory services to leading international gambling operators. Works in a wide range of cases regarding the gambling sector, provides advisory services within the scope pf regulatory and consumer issues, advertising and promotion law, and conducts administrative and court proceedings. Participates in procedures for the license to organize mutual bets.
Has extensive expertise in transactions covering the participation in the biggest transactions on the Polish market. Gained qualifications working for leading international law firms. Provided advisory services to one of the biggest UK real estate funds in the process of assets sale (including real estate and shopping centers). Conducted transactions of banks merges, sale of shares of a mobile telephony operator, and sale of a cinema network. Acquired practice in current corporate service, law of contracts, and real estate law.
To hear more about the topic make sure you attend the third edition of CEEGC Budapest.
The 2018 edition of the “bombastic gaming seminar” will be held at The Ritz-Carlton on the 25th of September and the event promises to once again bring the quality content and networking opportunities for attending delegates.
The subtitle of the 2018 event is “The age of Machine Intelligence and how regulators must keep up with technology” and the agenda is full of high quality content. CEEGC 2018 will once again feature regulatory and compliance related panel discussions about Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Belarus, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland, but will also focus on Responsible Gambling, AML, Licensing Procedures in the European Union, Innovation and will feature a special IMGL MasterClass.
Make sure you grab your seat in time and attend the most prestigious boutique style gaming event which gather C-level executives yearly in one of Europe’s most visited city.
Source: European Gaming Media and Events