The Italian gambling industry has been on the agenda of many conferences and academic sessions in the past year and the team at European Gaming Media and Events, has decided to once again do their best by bringing together both sides of the industry for discussions in Italy’s most business-focused city.
When it comes to debating whenever the B2B sector is booming in the regulated Italian market, you can see that many of the large brands have already set foot in the jurisdiction and competing for their share of local and international partnerships.
If we take a close look on the operations side, we see that Italian gambling operators are constantly improving their offerings by partnering with premium providers while also keeping a close eye on being compliant with the rules set by the Italian gambling authority, Agenzia delle dogane e dei monopoli (ADM). Additionally, operators are also stressing on being in line with the directives set by the Autorità per le Garanzie nelle Comunicazioni (AGCOM), the advertising and communications regulator of Italy.
As you may know, the gambling advertising ban which is fully in force applies to gambling products and services advertised on the internet, radio, and television. It stops clubs from obtaining gambling sponsors. The only operator exempt from the ban is the national lottery.
During the second edition of European Gaming Congress (EGC), which will take place in Milan (Italy) on the 8th of November at Radisson Blu Hotel Milan, SKS365’s Senior Strategic Advisor, Maurizio Bernardo will share the share expert information about being compliant in the Italian market as an operator in a panel discussion which will focus on Italy and Malta.
Maurizio Bernardo is the Senior Strategic Advisor at SKS365, member of Parliament in the XV, XVI and XVII legislatures. Bernardo was President of the 6th Finance Committee of the Chamber of Deputies. Throughout his political career, during which he has perfected experience and expertise in the gaming and betting sectors, Bernardo has also been part of the Lombardy Regional Government, with the task of managing Social Policies and Public Utility Services.
The European Gaming Congress (EGC) and Southern European Gaming Awards (SEG Awards) are specially designed to bring together industry experts, regulators, operators and service providers from all across Europe in order to discuss burning issues some of the markets are facing when dealing with compliance in licensing, operation and marketing.
The congress is organized yearly in autumn, gathers +125 C-level executives and gives the opportunity to discuss collaboration opportunities, learn about compliance updates and harvest the tech & marketing related information which is presented by industry leaders from the ever-evolving international gambling industry community.
The second edition of the yearly must-attend conference of the gambling industry will focus on bringing new content and a different angle of view from the already established and emerging market.
The discussions include compliance and investment opportunities in regulated jurisdictions such as Italy, Malta, Spain, Portugal, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, and the United Kingdom.
Besides the regional focus, the agenda includes an exclusive IMGL MasterClass™ will also shed light on hot topics such as Marketing for Operators in Regulated Market, Big Data, AI and payments.
More info: www.europeangamingcongress.com