he international audience were treated to insights from some of Europe’s leading operators as well as a panel discussion with regulators from Spain, Italy, Belgium and the European Commission.
Commenting on the event, Eduardo Antoja, President of Euromat said: “My main conclusion from today’s panel discussions is that land-based gaming continues to be the bigger segment of the gaming industry, representing almost 70% of players’ expenditure. It will continue to be the first choice for many years provided that regulation keeps pace with technological, social and economic reality. Today Euromat confirmed that it’s not just a great representative body for our industry, it’s a think tank for our sector”.
Euromat confirmed that the next edition of the Euromat Gaming Summit will take place in Berlin, Germany in 2017.