Boasting strong partnerships with the European Gaming and Betting Association; MELCHERS Law Firm; the International Masters of Gaming Law; and VIXIO GamblingCompliance, the upcoming Gaming in Germany Conference will be THE event to learn more about the announced iGaming reforms in what is potentially Europe’s largest gambling market.
The Gaming in Germany Conference takes place March 24-25, 2020 at Frankfurt International Airport. The conference venue is conveniently located for visitors from both Germany and abroad – including Malta and the UK.
A large and booming market
In 2019, German consumers spent approximately €9.3bn on sports betting wagers, a 21% increase compared to the previous year.
“Sports betting has reached the center of society in Germany and has become a popular leisure activity,” President of the Deutscher Sportwettenverband Mathias Dahms recently said.
Reform is coming
The prime ministers of Germany’s sixteen federal states will meet on March 5 to approve the new State Treaty on Gambling Regulation. The updated treaty will regulate both online sports betting and online casino games.
The breakthrough news that the German states have reached an agreement in principle on gambling reform created a veritable buzz at the recent ICE trade show, resulting in a packed meeting on the topic of German gambling regulation.
However, as events are moving fast, much more legal and regulatory clarity is expected by the end of next month – just in time for the Gaming in Germany Conference!
Speakers & topics
Confirmed speakers include:
The Gaming in Germany Conference will address the following topics:
An IMGL Masterclass will be part of the proceedings.
Join decision makers from international and domestic gambling companies, legal & compliance consultants, tech suppliers, and affiliates to discuss the fresh opportunities a fully regulated German iGaming market has to offer.
Registration now open!
Registration for the upcoming Gaming in Germany Conference is now open!
The conference will take place at the Steigenberger Airport Hotel in Frankfurt am Main.
The conference fee is €745 ex. VAT.
See you in Frankfurt!
About Gaming in Germany
The Gaming in Germany Conference is organized by a team of international iGaming experts with over a decade of experience in other European markets such as Spain and the Netherlands.