About Romania in the Eastern European Gaming Summit (EEGS), Sofia, November 22-23, 2016
“A year later. Update on the current legislative situation and issued licenses” was the topic of the presentation held by Cosmina Simion in EEGS.
EEGS is one of the most prestigious events dedicated to the gaming industry in Eastern Europe that brings each year at the forefront discussions about operational, technical and legislative advancements from various jurisdictions in Europe, US and Asia.
Cosmina Simion was invited as speaker at the panel dedicated to Eastern Europe, together with the representatives of the Bulgarian Trade Association of Manufacturers and Operators in the Gaming Industrys, the law firm Bird & Bird (Czech Republic and Hungary) and Better Collective (Poland). The conference focused on the main aspects of the elements that can significantly impact the activity of the companies that are already active on or interested in these jurisdictions. Also, she delivered a brief interview about the latest regulatory news from Romania that may be watched here.
In 2016, the Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary introduced new regulations or significant amendments to the existing legislation that that governs the gaming industry on these markets. Romania and Bulgaria have already taken a course over the past few years that continues to attract the interest of some of the major players in this industry. This context makes EEGS a very valuable forum, which is also used as one of the most important debate platforms by third-party gaming organizations, such as RGA, IMGL, IAGA, AGEM sau AGP.
This was the ninth edition of EEGS.