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Happening next week on 8 April, Regulation Outlook on 2021 in Europe (European Gaming Mini Meetup)

Zoltan Tundik

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Meetup with industry experts and learn about the recent developments in the D-A-CH region, Baltics and Balkans.

 

On April 8, between 10:00 am – 11:30 am CET, you are invited to join 5 leaders of the gaming industry for a mini meetup where you can engage in the ongoing conversation which started at European Gaming Q1 Meetup about the regulation outlook on 2021.

The discussion will be joined by:

  • RAFFAELA ZILLNER, LL.M – SECRETARY GENERAL AT AUSTRIAN ASSOCIATION FOR BETTING AND GAMBLING (OVWG)
  • ANDRIUS GABNYS – ATTORNEY AT LAW – GABNYS LAW FIRM
  • ZLATAN OMERSPAHIĆ – GROUP COMPLIANCE AND DATA PRIVACY OFFICER AT SYMPHONY
  • DR. SIMON PLANZER – PARTNER AT PLANZER LAW

The discussion will be moderated by DR. JOERG HOFMANN (PARTNER AT MELCHERS LAW).

You can register on the following link to receive the invitation to the meeting: https://europeangaming.eu/meetups/register/

PLEASE NOTE: If you have already registered for the European Gaming Q1 or Q2 Meetups, you do not need to register separately.

For further sponsorship/speaking and marketing inquiries, make sure to reach out to Andrada Marginean (B2B Sales Executive at Hipther Agency).

For media-related inquiries, please contact Alexandru Marginean (Marketing Specialist at Hipther Agency).

To receive constant updates, subscribe here: http://eepurl.com/hfyZxf

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Prague Gaming Summit Virtual targets the gaming industry developments in the CEE and D-A-CH region

Niji Narayan

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Leading conference in the CEE region shifts to virtual format and will be held on 28 May 2021.

 

We are excited to announce that the 2021 edition of the Prague Gaming Summit will be held in a virtual format and address the industry in the CEE and D-A-CH regions.

Thus, the 5th edition of the Prague Gaming Summit will be accessible for free by the registered participants on the 28th of May 2021.

 “Prague Gaming Summit is a traditional event for many and we are keeping the momentum going until we can head back to the city of a hundred spires for an in-person event. The virtual edition of our Prague gaming event will target the gambling industry in the CEE and D-A-CH region and allow even more participants as usual” stated Zoltán Tűndik, Co-Founder and Head of Business at Hipther Agency.

Prague Gaming Summit was launched in 2017 and is known to raise the bar each year.

We are also honored, to announce the support of Digitain as Registration Sponsor, ConnectPay as Payments Provider Sponsor, Altenar, and Nordic Gambling as General Sponsors.

Visit the official website of the event to stay up to date with the speaker announcements and register for free to receive the access details!

For further sponsorship/speaking and marketing inquiries, make sure to reach out to Andrada Marginean (B2B Sales Executive at Hipther Agency).

For media-related inquiries, please contact Alexandru Marginean (Marketing Specialist at Hipther Agency).

To receive constant updates about the registration opening and agenda updates, subscribe here: http://eepurl.com/hfyZxf

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MARE BALTICUM Gaming reaches new milestone and Hipther Team reveals virtual event details for 2021

Zoltan Tundik

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MareBalticumGaming.com becomes a standalone gambling hub

MARE BALTICUM Gaming Summit 2021 will be hosts in two virtual Meetups

 

The #hipthers are excited to announce that starting this month the official website of MARE BALTICUM Gaming Summit will also host the latest news of the industry in the Baltic and Nordic regions.

The portal will serve a multiplatform that also allows industry shareholders to register or view agenda/speaker-related information about the yearly summit.

ANDRIUS GABNYS – ATTORNEY AT LAW – GABNYS LAW FIRM, who is also the Ambassador of MARE BALTICUM stated:A three-year experience of MARE BALTICUM round trip Riga-Vilnius-Tallinn proved to be successful, to say the least. As it starts its fourth year, MARE BALTICUM evolves into a standalone gambling hub, while obviously retaining its annual event as an ultimate something-to-be-waiting-for. We will be much more engaged this year. Which is good.”

Additionally to the hub launch announcement, the team is also ready to reveal the plans for this year’s virtual summit. In 2021, MARE BALTICUM Gaming Summit will be split into two separate meetups.

The industry shareholders can choose to attend the two meetups that are planned the following way:

  • Baltics Meetup – 13 May
  • Nordics Meetup – 18 May

You only need to register once to receive access to the meetings and the recordings. You can register for free here

Already confirmed speakers and moderators are: Andrius Gabnys (Attorney At Law – Gabnys Law Firm), Signe Birne (Director of Lotteries and Gambling Supervisory Inspection of the Republic of Latvia), Sören Meius (Estonian Ministry of Finance), Rūta Giedrienė (Compliance and Regulatory Officer at the Gaming Control Authority of Lithuania), Gustaf Hoffstedt (Secretary-General at the Swedish Trade Association for Online Gambling), and Morten Ronde (CEO at Danish Online Gambling Association and Managing Partner at Nordic Gambling).

The team is also honored to announce the support of ConnectPay, Nordic Gambling, and Singular, as sponsors.

More speakers will be added along the way and will join the expected +45 speakers and +500 participants.

For further sponsorship/speaking and marketing inquiries, make sure to reach out to Andrada Marginean (B2B Sales Executive at Hipther Agency).

For media-related inquiries, please contact Alexandru Marginean (Marketing Specialist at Hipther Agency).

To receive constant updates, subscribe here: http://eepurl.com/hfyZxf

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Conferences in Europe

Happening next week on 8 April, Regulation Outlook on 2021 in Europe (European Gaming Mini Meetup)

Zoltan Tundik

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on

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Meetup with industry experts and learn about the recent developments in the D-A-CH region, Baltics and Balkans.

 

On April 8, between 10:00 am – 11:30 am CET, you are invited to join 5 leaders of the gaming industry for a mini meetup where you can engage in the ongoing conversation which started at European Gaming Q1 Meetup about the regulation outlook on 2021.

The discussion will be joined by:

  • RAFFAELA ZILLNER, LL.M – SECRETARY GENERAL AT AUSTRIAN ASSOCIATION FOR BETTING AND GAMBLING (OVWG)
  • ANDRIUS GABNYS – ATTORNEY AT LAW – GABNYS LAW FIRM
  • ZLATAN OMERSPAHIĆ – GROUP COMPLIANCE AND DATA PRIVACY OFFICER AT SYMPHONY
  • DR. SIMON PLANZER – PARTNER AT PLANZER LAW

The discussion will be moderated by DR. JOERG HOFMANN (PARTNER AT MELCHERS LAW).

You can register on the following link to receive the invitation to the meeting: https://europeangaming.eu/meetups/register/

PLEASE NOTE: If you have already registered for the European Gaming Q1 or Q2 Meetups, you do not need to register separately.

For further sponsorship/speaking and marketing inquiries, make sure to reach out to Andrada Marginean (B2B Sales Executive at Hipther Agency).

For media-related inquiries, please contact Alexandru Marginean (Marketing Specialist at Hipther Agency).

To receive constant updates, subscribe here: http://eepurl.com/hfyZxf

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