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This year’s Gaming in Holland (GiH) will count with exclusive conferences and expos.

Netherlands.- The sixth edition of the annual Gaming in Holland Conference & Expo is starting today in Amsterdam. The international industry will be able to learn latest details about Dutch gaming market and meet with local and global executives, regulators, industry experts, and service providers.

The event will offer sessions on a wide range of relevant topics – from land-based to online gaming; from local regulatory developments to product management. The Gaming in Holland Conference & Expo is the place to find out what is happening in the Dutch gaming market; and to meet with local and international executives, industry experts, and service providers.

The head of the task force overseeing the modernisation of gambling policy at the Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice has confirmed his attendance at the upcoming Gaming in Holland Conference & Expo in order to give a preliminary briefing on the secondary legislation that will accompany the country’s long-waited remote gaming bill.

The Dutch remote gaming bill, which passed the Lower House last June, is widely expected to be adopted by the Senate later this year. Detailed regulations to accompany the bill once it has been enacted, are currently being drafted behind closed doors at the Ministry of Security and Justice.

Meanwhile, Carter Rogers, Research Manager at SuperData Research, will be one of the speakers at the Gaming in Holland Conference & Expo. SuperData is the leading provider of market intelligence and insights covering games, VR, AR, eSports, and gaming video content. Earlier this year, the company authored the report Gambling and Digital Games in the Netherlands on behalf of the Netherlands Gaming Authority. As SuperData’s lead social casino analyst, Carter Rogers oversees SuperData’s reports on the latest developments and trends in the social casino industry.

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