PMG stated that its eGaming Summit will take place on November 23 at the Isle Of Man’s Mount Murray Hotel and be opened by Allan Bell, Minister Of Economic Development for the jurisdiction’s government.
Its programme will include consideration of the issues impacting the iGaming industry as a whole with specific emphasis on businesses licensed in and operating from the Isle Of Man. This will include an update provided by the jurisdiction’s Gambling Supervision Commission and Department of Economic Development while a panel workshop will debate the changing environment and key issues.
The eGaming Summit is also set to include lectures on regulation, responsible gambling, new global developments and what it means to be a service provider set to be led by some of the industry’s leading figures. “The iGaming sector is expanding globally and is already a major contributor to the Manx economy,” said Russell Kelly from KPMG.
“It is crucially important that the island continues to make itself an attractive jurisdiction for the licensing and operation of online gaming companies. This involves input from the government, key industry players and service providers in finance, IT and a variety of other key sectors. The eGaming Summit will bring those key players together to discuss the needs of the industry as it grows and develops.”