GiH Conference updates program

The Gaming in Holland Conference will be held after a law-debate framework is discussed.

The RAI Exhibition and Convention Center in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, will host the GiH from June 7th to 8th.

The Netherlands.- Whilst the local gaming industry is expecting new resolutions to develop the sector, Gaming in Holland Conference will offer latest information and debates about the current status of the market. As the authorities revealed, Holland will be perceiving decisive changes in the gaming regime with the adoption of the Dutch remote gaming bill and the proposal of second legislation.

The Netherlands Gaming Authority is working on new licensing process and the national legislators will discuss the Dutch remote gaming bill next May 17, 18 or 19, right before the gaming conference. In this context, national and foreign representatives of the industry –including regulators and legal experts– will gather to learn about the bill’s contest and the industry’s further requirements. All sectors are confident about the approval of the current bill by the Lower House.

Organisers of the conference noted that in case the Lower House debate is postponed beyond May 31, the event will be rescheduled. If visitors who booked their assistance won’t be able to attend at the new date, the company will repay the amount. Meanwhile, the GiH promises two days of interesting topics for the developing of the gaming industry in a very attractive market.

On the first day, visitors will attend to debates, conferences and educational programs about the Dutch remote gaming bill, the secondary legislation, taxes advantages, illegal actions, selling of Holland Casino, Dutch lottery licenses and responsible gaming. On day two, the focus will be on marketing strategies, affiliate programs, human resources for a successful business, eSports, Daily Fantasy Sports and iGaming.

Confirmed speakers include: Daniel Macadam (GamblingCompliance.) Marja Appelman (Netherlands Gaming Authority,) Dennis van Breemen (Ministry of Security and Justice,) Justin Franssen (Kalff Katz and Franssen,) Peter-Paul de Goeij (Lottovate Nederland,) Pieter Remmers (Assissa,) Wouter Sleijffers (Fnatic,) Eric Olders (JVH Gaming,) Andy Lulham (Oddschecker.) Robert Andersson (Catena Media,) Martin van Geest (Meneer Casino,) Armijn Meijer (OneTime,) Frank Tolboom (Kalff Katz and Franssen,) Lennert de Rijk (Metapeople,) Dennis van Maanen (Esanda,) Martijn de Boer (CDDN) and David Sargeant (iGaming Ideas.)