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Pieter Remmers to moderate Prague Gaming Summit 2019 panel session

European Gaming Media and Events has announced that its upcoming Prague Gaming Summit 2019 extravaganza is due to feature a special panel session investigating information security, anti-money laundering (AML) and know-your-customer (KYC) issues in online gambling.

March 12 gathering:

Pieter Remmers to moderate Prague Gaming Summit 2019 panel session

The boutique gaming event organizer used an official Monday press release to detail that its Prague Gaming Summit 2019 is set to take place from the Vienna House Andel’s Prague near the center of the Czech capital on March 12 and will see over 125 delegates gather in order to take part in a plethora of iGaming learning and networking opportunities.

Expert panel:

European Gaming Media and Events stated that the upcoming discussion is to be moderated by Pieter Remmers (pictured), Chief Executive Officer for responsible gambling consultancy Assissa Consultancy Europe, and will also investigate matters dealing with customer relationship management, match-fixing and the use of artificial intelligence (AI). It declared that other members of the panel are due to include Martin Stofler from cyber security and compliance firm, OSM Solutions, as well as ARQ Group Malta’s Manfred Galdes.

Leading industry figures:

The organizer detailed that the one-off session is to be entitled Safe Gambling: IT Security and AML/KYC and moreover feature contributions from Francesco Baranca, General Secretary for Federbet AISBL, Mindway AI founder Kim Mouridsen and Alina Gleiss, Europe, Middle East and Africa Sales Manager for Zendesk Incorporated.

Read a statement from European Gaming Media and Events…

“Do not miss this opportunity to attend the region’s leading conference, which will offer both new companies and veterans an opportunity to learn about industry insights and compliance updates while also taking part in several industry-related discussions with leading groups that are at the forefront of the gambling industry in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Austria, Switzerland and Germany.”


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