Less than two weeks left till the start of SGS 2022

Less than two weeks left till the start of SGS 2022

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Less than two weeks left till the start of SGS 2022

With only two weeks remaining till the Scandinavian Game Show 2022 kicks off, the event is expected to be packed with action.

As there is little time left, the agenda of the event and the lineup of speakers has been finalized. The upcoming 4th running of the Scandinavian Game Show has seen a lot of work put into it. Everything has been hand-picked to ensure an exquisite experience at the show on the 2nd and 3rd of November.

The event will be taking place in the Carlsberg Museum and Business Center, as mentioned in previous announcements, in the heart of Denmark’s capital, Copenhagen.

Some of the most interesting topics that will be covered and talked about at the conference are:

  • How to keep unlicensed firms out of various countries? – Moderator: Carl Fredrik Stenstrom, Norwegian Trade Association’s secretary general.
  • Gambling in Finland: developments and opportunities. – Moderator: Minna Ripatti, Legal Gaming Oy’s founding partner.
  • Scandinavian market innovations and trends. – Moderator: Johann G. Sigurdsson, BW Loto’s chief commercial officer.
  • Gambling risks: awareness and countermeasures. – Moderator: Trevor De Giorgio, Play’n GO’s chief of legal compliance.

As there have been quite a few advancements in the Scandinavian and Baltic regions in the past year, it has quickly become an area of interest for our industry. A lot of those developments are expected to spread rapidly throughout the world, making the industry better everywhere. The upcoming 4th running of the Scandinavian Game Show will present a lot of opportunities to learn a wealth of knowledge to elevate your operation to unimaginable heights.

commented the managerial director of Eventus International, Yudi Soetjiptadi.

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