Isle of Man has revealed that the fifth instalment of its e-gaming Summit Isle of Man series is to take place on 11 November at the Villa Marina.
The full-day conference brings the sector’s major players and service providers together to discuss the Island’s potential in the global marketplace.
The 2014 summit will also feature International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL) classes, widely regarded as the pre-eminent global gambling law networking opportunity.
The master classes have been a successful element at several other e-gaming events including ICE Totally Gaming and the Eastern European Gaming Summit.
Russell Kelly, director of e-gaming at KPMG Isle of Man, said: “With each new summit in both the Isle of Man and Gibraltar, KPMG’s organising team aims to offer its audience a programme of speakers, presentations and extra features which reflect the pace and extent of change in this exciting industry.
"The addition of IMGL Masterclasses is a testament to the growing renown of the e-gaming summit series and imperative for all players within the industry, both licensed and un-licensed, to understand the intricacies and developments within today’s legislative landscape."
The 2014 speaker line-up will be announced as it becomes available.