Regulation Day - 3rd July

SETTING THE GLOBAL REGULATORY LANDSCAPE

Paul Richardson
09:30

The last round of consolidation in the gaming sector

 
  • Making sense of it all: Putting the pieces together
  • Examining the key drivers of M&A
  • Understanding who’s dancing and who’s asking
  • Risks and synergies of industry consolidation
10:10

Philippine gaming outlook for 2018

 
  • The status of online and offline gambling and key developments that are expected
  • Update on Anti-Money Laundering and latest developments in administration cooperation
  • Compliance national gambling rules with the Philippine law
Reserved for: PAGCOR
Martin Williams
10:30

Approaching Asia: Understanding the gaming opportunity

 
  • What impact will casinos in Japan have on the rest of the Asian region?
  • What are the opportunities for igaming in Asia and where are they?
  • The rapid growth of social gaming in Asia: How much is this market worth?
  • Responsible gambling in Asia and managing the industry’s negative impact
10:50

Networking Break

AFRICA FOCUS

AFRICA FOCUS

Peter Mireku
11:30

Gaming in Ghana: Creating a sustainable industry for national development

  • Latest developments in gaming regulation: What has changed over the last 5 years?
  • What are the opportunities for gaming in Ghana?
  • Managing responsible gambling and societal negative impact
  • Maintaining a viable, fair and respectable gaming industry for all involved
11:50

Roundtable discussions

1. Blockchain - understanding the potential use cases that add value for Operators and Regulators in the gaming space
Mark Pace, Managing Director, Gaming Standards Association Europe

2. France
Claire Pinson, European and International Affairs Officer, ARJEL

3. Nordic jurisdictions: Gaming regulation in the Nordics
Birgitte Sand, Director, Danish Gambling Authority

4. Loot boxes: How is the gaming industry looking to enter into the gambling market?
Peter Naessens, Director, Belgian Gaming Commission

5. Spain
Juan Espinosa García, General Director of Gambling Regulation,
DGOJ


6. Making regulation a competitive advantage
Reserved for SAI Global

7. 
The impact of using third party data assets in automating Problem Gambling, AML and Source of Funds processes
Andrew Davies, Product Director, Pay360
 
12:50

Networking Lunch

CSR AND RESPONSIBLE GAMING

Jan Jones Blackhurst
14:00

Moving CSR from a ‘nice to have’ to an essential business imperative

         
  • What does CSR mean for Caesars and why is it a key driver for the company’s success?
  • Key components of a strong CSR Framework: What must be a priority in today’s world?
  • Staying competitive by putting diversity at the forefront of business strategy
  • Getting the whole company on board and formulating targets for the future
Tim Miller
14:20

Going beyond responsible gaming by introducing a safer and fairer way to play

 
  • Understanding the wider harms from gambling, not just to players themselves
  • The responsibility of the industry and others to work together to protect the public from gambling harm
  • Acting sooner and harder: achievements so far and ambitions for the future
  • Delivering the National Responsible Gambling Strategy- a renewed focus
Panel discussion
14:40

Panel discussion: Responsible gaming initiatives and issues around the world

 
  • Creating compelling business cases for implementing responsible gaming initiatives
  • Perceived vs actual impact of responsible gambling measures
  • Methods for protecting against fraudulent and criminal behaviour
  • Ensuring a safe, secure and reliable operating environment
  • Making the distinction between customer loyalty and problem gambling
15:10

Networking Break

AML AND DATA PROTECTION

Michael Mrak
15:50

Lesson learned - What I have experienced while implementing GDPR

 
  • The starting situation was decisive
  • A giant project explained in 10 minutes
  • The biggest challenges during the implementation
  • End of the project ≠ End of work
  • Data protection in the EU and worldwide. A short look into the near future.
Marko Hietala
16:10

Assessing the risks of Money Laundry – Case Study

 
  • How to do it?
  • Who to involve?
  • What mitigation methods should be stated?
  • How to make it as a continuous process?

THE FUTURE OF SPORTS BETTING IN THE US

Panel discussion
16:30

Panel Discussion: Sports betting in the US: Embracing the challenges of a changing industry

 
  • When will sports betting become more broadly legal in the US? Where?
  • Which states are poised to legalise sport betting?
  • What are the status of discussions in the US Congress?
  • What type of regulatory framework will be implemented in the coming years?
  • Which opportunities are available right not for business to enter the US market?
17:00

End of Regulation day

17:15

Drinks on the beach

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last published: 24/May/18 12:05 GMT