Only a few days until European Gaming Congress

Regulatory updates from the Balkans region and other issues will be discussed at EGC.
Regulatory updates from the Balkans region and other issues will be discussed at EGC.

Bosnia and Herzegovina in the focus at European Gaming Congress with Zlatan Omerspahić next October 16.

Slovenia.- There are just two weeks left until European Gaming Congress opens its doors and the organisers are ready to bring yet another great opportunity to learn and network with the experts of the online and land-based gambling industry from across Europe and the Balkans. The conference will take place at Grand Union Hotel Ljubljana on the October 16 and is a must attend event for European operators who are active in regulated and non-regulated markets.

European Gaming Congress is specially designed to bring together industry experts, regulators, operators and service providers in order to discuss burning issues some of the markets are facing when working with compliance updates and licensing. The event also offers networking sessions which will help attending delegates to meet and greet some of well-known faces of the gambling industry in Europe. The agenda will give the opportunity for attending delegates to dive into regulatory updates from Italy, Malta, Slovenia, Austria, Germany, Spain, France, Greece and many more jurisdictions. We look forward to seeing you in Ljubljana with a full day of quality content and networking.

Given the location of the conference, the panel discussion includes regulatory updates from the Balkans region, with special emphasis on Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Zlatan Omerspahić (NSoft) is going to join the “Highlighting the Balkans and Southeast Europe” panel discussion along with Zoran Puhač (European Organization for Gaming Law -EOGL), Tatjana Scepanovic (Montenegro Bet) and Luka Popović (BDK Advokati).

The panel discussion will be moderated by Donata Szabo (GamblingCompliance).

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