See you next year!

Devising your iGaming development strategy for the CEE region.

WrB Eastern Europe 2016 took place on the 3rd of November in Warsaw, Poland as our regulatory back drop.

With some exciting market developments in the freshly regulated Romania, we are seeing other key markets in the region making moves to regulate iGaming, so luckily WrB EEprovided a granular insight into emerging jurisdictions such as Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Croatia and Greece to name a few.

We helped domestic and international operators, regional regulators and suppliers to overcome the key challenges of operating in the Eastern European market including market entry, technical compliance and licensing issues.

Our thanks go to the Polonia Palace Hotel for hosting the event, our speaker panel as well as to all of our partners and sponsors for making the event such a success.

 

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Speaker Update: With regards to, where applicable, referring to Wojciech Szpil (a person not involved in Totalizator Sportowy Sp. z o.o. activities organisation) as "CEO Totalizator Sportowy", which constituted spreading of incorrect information, during the WrB Eastern Europe conference on 3 November 2016.  We apologise for any inconvenience caused to Totalizator Sportowy Sp. z o. o. as Wojciech Szpil had ceased to hold that position in Totalizator Sportowy Sp. z o. o. at the time of the event.

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