ue to the support of both government coalition parties, the current bill is all but guaranteed to pass the Lower House. The Gaming in Holland Conference will thus be the first and foremost event to discuss the bill's contents and progress with national and international industry insiders, as well as regulators and legal experts. (It should be noted that the postponement of the debate has been caused by scheduling conflicts, rather than a lack of political support for the bill.)
In case the debate in the Lower House will end up being postponed beyond May 31, Gaming in Holland will reschedule the conference to the fall.
Day 1 topics:
Outcome of the plenary debate on the Dutch remote gaming bill
Secondary legislation (possibly in consultation during event dates)
Legal ramifications: tax advantages and illegal state aid
The upcoming sale of Holland Casino
Dutch lottery licensing and the role of lotteries in funding sports and good causes.
Day 2 topics:
Marketing for iGaming: data & analytics
The Dutch affiliate market
Key ingredients for a successful iGaming operation: staffing & HR; efficient player identification
New kids on the block: eSports, daily fantasy, binary options
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Player panel: speak directly to your future customers. Already one million punters are playing online in the Netherlands!
Confirmed speakers include: Daniel Macadam (GamblingCompliance), Marja Appelman (Netherlands Gaming Authority), Dennis van Breemen (Ministry of Security and Justice), Justin Franssen (Kalff Katz and Franssen), Peter-Paul de Goeij (Lottovate Nederland), Pieter Remmers (Assissa), Wouter Sleijffers (Fnatic), Eric Olders (JVH Gaming), Andy Lulham (Oddschecker), Robert Andersson (Catena Media), Martin van Geest (Meneer Casino), Armijn Meijer (OneTime), Frank Tolboom (Kalff Katz and Franssen), Lennert de Rijk (Metapeople), Dennis van Maanen (Esanda), Martijn de Boer (CDDN), and David Sargeant (iGaming Ideas).