The annual Casino Industry Forum will be held at the famous Hermitage Monte-Carlo Hotel and Casino Monte-Carlo from June 28-29. This was recently announced by the European Casino Association, which is the organizer of the event. The association specified that the two-day forum is a meeting of top managers of official land-based casinos, experts and suppliers, during which it is planned to discuss problems affecting the activities of gambling establishments.
According to the European Casino Association, a general assembly is planned for the upcoming forum in Monaco, as well as a number of thematic seminars with the participation of stakeholders and government officials. Gender diversity will be the main topic on the agenda. In addition, the forum participants will discuss trends in the field of combating money laundering. An equally important problem requiring serious discussion is the increase in the number of illegal online and land-based gambling establishments. The European Casino Association hopes that the forum will become a platform where representatives of the gambling industry, officials and consumers can find tools to improve the effectiveness of the fight against underground casinos.
The head of the European Casino Association, Per Jaldunga, noted that the annual Casino Industry Forum is an exclusive event that provides an opportunity for close communication and exchange of experience to ensure the further development of the gambling industry.
Ivanov Harlam | Last update: 27.06.2018
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