- The Summit will include debates regarding the effects of the Spanish Government’s draft bill for the regulation of advertisement in the gaming sector.
- This new law would have an impact not only on the gaming sector but also on the media and sports clubs.
Madrid – Last arrangements for the organization of the II Iberoamerican Gaming Summit. The event, which will be held in less than a week, is almost sold out. This important meeting for the sector will be an analysis platform at the Iberoamerican level, where the most relevant topics will be discussed, including advertisement regulation in the gaming industry.
In this regard, the debate will focus on the impact of a draft bill that will not only affect the gaming industry, but also other sectors like the media or sports clubs. Alberto Palomar, PhD in Law and Professor at Carlos III University of Madrid, will be the moderator at this roundtable.
June 17th is the day when the II Iberoamerican Gaming Summit will be taking place at such a unique space as the Teatro Real of Madrid. Under the heading “Gaming, a common bond: facing challenges, opening markets”, regulators, operators and businessmen will have the chance to get first-hand information about the newest industry’s milestones, to approach the Latin American context and to analyze the market’s trends.
In addition to advertising, attendees will be able to discuss about technology, the sector’s current global performance, experiences, business development, emerging markets or regulation.
Along with them, 14 sponsors and first-level collaborators like Iberia or Casino Gran Via will attend the event, as well as regulators representing 6 Latin American countries and 11 international media partners.
Following the first edition’s success, this meeting presents a great opportunity for networking and the fostering of synergies at the Iberoamerican level, while being an international analysis platform. Once again, the Summit will count on the support of the Directorate-General for Gambling Management, part of the Spanish Ministry for Finance and Public Administration.