Healys i-Gaming Breakfast Briefing

Date: 
Thursday, 15 June 2017
Location: 
London

Online gaming operations by land based casino operators- what are the challenges, opportunities and risks?

Venue: Healys LLP, Atrium Court, 15-17 Jockey's Fields, London, WC1R 4QR

Land based casino operators have had varying attitudes and approaches to online gaming. Some see it as potential cannibalisation and some view it as a massive opportunity. Various forays by land based operators into i-gaming have had mixed success. Is the attitude of UK casino operators different than that held outside the UK? What are the key challenges for land based operators in online gaming? Do the management skills and business models in land based online transfer easily into online? Should existing online companies welcome or fear competition from land based operators? What are the particular legal issues that face land based operators going online? Is there an advantage globally for online operators to have land based casinos as well? Our panel of experts from the industry will discuss and analyse these issues.


Our panel of experts will discuss and evaluate these issues and how it will affect your business:

Moderator: Michael Caselli, i-Gaming Business

Mike Rothwell, Managing Director, Caesar’s Entertainment , EMEA
David Schollenberger,  Partner & Head of Gaming, Healys LLP
Jon Duffy, Director of Corporate Assurance & Regulatory Affairs, Genting UK plc
Richard Wade, Director of Compliance & Responsible Gambling, Rank Group plc
Andrew Tottenham, Managing Director, Tottenham & Co
Michael Pollock, Managing Director, Spectrum Gaming Group

Places will be limited. Reserve yours today by contacting Adam Batchelor on 020 7822 4188 or email adam.batchelor@healys.com by the 12th June 2017.

2017-06-15 08:30:00 2017-06-15 11:00:00 Europe/London Healys i-Gaming Breakfast Briefing Online gaming operations by land based casino operators- what are the challenges, opportunities and risks? Venue: Healys LLP, Atrium Court, 15-17 Jockey's Fields, London, WC1R 4QR Land based casino operators have had varying attitudes and approaches to online gaming. Some see it as potential cannibalisation and some view it as a massive opportunity. Various forays by land based operators into i-gaming have had mixed success. Is the attitude of UK casino operators different than that held outside the UK? What are the key challenges for land based operators in online gaming? Do the management skills and business models in land based online transfer easily into online? Should existing online companies welcome or fear competition from land based operators? What are the particular legal issues that face land based operators going online? Is there an advantage globally for online operators to have land based casinos as well? Our panel of experts from the industry will discuss and analyse these issues. Our panel of experts will discuss and evaluate these issues and how it will affect your business: Moderator: Michael Caselli, i-Gaming Business Mike Rothwell, Managing Director, Caesar’s Entertainment , EMEA David Schollenberger,  Partner & Head of Gaming, Healys LLP Jon Duffy, Director of Corporate Assurance & Regulatory Affairs, Genting UK plc Richard Wade, Director of Compliance & Responsible Gambling, Rank Group plc Andrew Tottenham, Managing Director, Tottenham & Co Michael Pollock, Managing Director, Spectrum Gaming Group Places will be limited. Reserve yours today by contacting Adam Batchelor on 020 7822 4188 or email adam.batchelor@healys.com by the 12th June 2017. London
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