Player Protection is set to be a major topic of discussion as senior executives from some of the most profile companies gather for the Leadership Track at a conference and exhibition CasinoBeats Summit this week.
The event on July 14-15 takes place in an integrated personal and digital format, with a live audience at the InterContinental in St. Julian's in Malta and online casino professionals from all over the world watching online.
The Leadership Track on Day 2 of the Summit will be open with a CEO panel titled "Introducing a safer gambling ethos into the corporate culture". It will investigate how operators can improve their approach to protecting players and whether the industry is self-regulating.
Tim De Borle (Napoleon Sports & Casino), Megan Easey (SpotGaming), Christopher Dalli (L&L Europe) and Alexandre Tomic (Alea) are CEOs ready to share their insights and ideas with the audience while James Bennett (director Square in the Air) will be in the moderator's chair.
Attention will then be paid to how to promote games in line with the Safer Gambling Communication through the CMO panel which will address the topic " Marketing machines in a sustainable way".
Dmitry Belianin (CMO, Parimatch International), Tereza Melicharkova (head of marketing, Swintt) i Martin Calvert (Marketing Director, ICS-digital) will be among the panellists examining how the industry can recognize and address gambling damages while positioning slot machines as an entertainment activity.
The gaming machine developers panel will try to answer the question "Zero Harm Games: Can Slots Be Gambling Netflix?”A group of experts will discuss whether bid limits could prove positive for the industry, how igaming could become a zero-harmful entertainment product that competes with € 15 per month Streaming Services, and what games are needed to do so.
Among the speakers are Vladimir Malakchi (commercial director, Evoplay), Leanne Muleba (chief operations officer, MatchingVisions) i Yordy Diaz (product director, SpotGaming), z Simon Pinterov (co-founder of AYO.news) acting as a moderator.
Rasmus Sojmark, founder and CEO of Summit SBC, said: "Player protection is a top concern for the gaming industry, so we are delighted to provide a platform at CasinoBeats Summit where some of the most influential gambling managers can exchange ideas on how to improve. benefits.
"It will be fascinating to hear from operators and game developers about their potential role in creating a more sustainable industry that continues to entertain players while minimizing the risk of harm."
The leadership track will also focus on the changing role and growing importance of platforms and aggregators in the industry by using the "The True Game-Changers?".
There will be observations on this subject from the operators' perspective Ciara Nic Liam (commercial director - gaming, Betsson Group) i Alexandre Tomic (CEO, Alea), while content aggregators and platform providers will represent Sev Alev Kaya (commercial director, CasinoEngine, EveryMatrix) and Simon Hammon (CPO, Relax Gaming). Scott Longley (founder, Clear Concise Media) will ask questions.
Closing the track is a session on one of the hottest topics facing companies in the global gaming hub as an expert panel assesses the impact. Malta's latest gray list by Financial Action Task Force".
Emily Helmer (Compliance & Emerchant Manager, Tal Ron, Drihem & Co) will moderate a panel of Yoav Dotan (founder of Genesis Global), Johan Styren (CEO, Dilanti Media), Assaf Stieglitz (CEO, Odds1x2.com) and Tal Itzhak Ron (attorney, managing partner, Tal Ron Drihem & Co) while discussing the effects of the FATF decision.
The CasinoBeats Summit agenda also includes key markets, new markets, products and innovation, 1024 slots, and marketing and partner pathways, as well as the inaugural Game Developer Awards ceremony.
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