Online Casinos Get Serious About Regulation
2004/05/10 00:00:00 AM
The iGaming Jurisdcition Showcase held at London’s Natural History Museum on the 1st of June is the first event of its kind to offer online gaming regulators from European and Caribbean jurisdictions the forum to offer insight on their jurisdiction’s regulatory requirements in a like-by-like showcase; providing a complete picture to the 100+ expected casino-executive attendees.
The showcase will include regulators from established jurisdictions like Curacao and Alderney, as well as new iGaming-embracing nations like Malta and Finland. But to provide a look into the future of iGaming, representatives from Liechtenstein and the UK will use the forum to discuss changes afoot which are anticipated to bring them to the forefront of iGaming regulation.
The showcase is a two day event which offers event participants the opportunity to spend the second day playing an informal round of golf on London’s Hampton Court Palace Golf Course, with proceeds from the event being donated to the GamCare charity to help prevent problem gambling in the UK.