ICE VOX is the great conference event that takes place within the framework of the traditional and must-attend ICE London show organized by Clarion Gaming. Within an extensive program of talks, debates and round tables about the most diverse international issues of interest to the gaming industry, Brazil will also have its space in the next edition.
The first day of ICE VOX, Monday, February 3 from 11:00 -11: 40, Alexander Manoel, Alexandre Manoel, Secretary for Evaluation, Planning, Energy and Lottery of Brazil’s Economy Ministry, will be part of the session “A year in review: How might regulatory changes from 2019 impact the industry in 2020 and beyond?”. Some of the topics to be discussed are:
• What has been the impact of Italy’s advertising ban on operators’ profitability?
• A year on from the re-regulation of the Swedish market, given the growth of gambling advertising what are the regulator’s plans for responsibility and consumer protection in 2020?
• Show and tell: What plans do European regulators have for consumer protection and advertising in the coming year and what can operators do to avoid fines and revoked licenses?
The other participants of the session will be Camilla Rosenberg (Director General, Spelinspektionen), Yanica Sant (Senior Counsel - Legal, International Affairs and Policy, Malta Gaming Authority), and Pontus Lindwall (CEO, Betsson AB) .
In addition, at least two other talks of the ICE VOX program will include the current situation in Brazil as a topic of debate and interest.
Also on the first day of the event, from 2:40 p.m. to 3:20 p.m., the panel “Emerging market Update: Observing the political process and horizon for IR operators, across the world,” includes among the analysis of different markets the topic “Government / industry relations, should Brazil adopt the Japan consortium based model?”
Already on the second day of the event, from 2:40 p.m. to 3:20 p.m., a Latin America Roundtables series is announced that includes Argentina, Chile, Colombia and Peru. In the case of Brazil, the debate will be on “What were the results of SECAP's public consultation and what does the first draft of sports betting regulation mean for operators, local and international alike?”
For more information or buy tickets, go to www.icelondon.uk.com/ice-vox