KPMG Isle of Man eGaming Summit attracts over 200 delegates

More than 200 delegates were in attendance at last week’s KPMG Isle of Man eGaming Summit at the Villa Marina.

The ninth in the series of summits in both Gibraltar and the Isle of Man took place on 11 November, with the main topics of discussion being the future of the global online gaming industry and its implications for local e-business clusters.

An invite-only event on the previous day kicked off proceedings, as the first of three 'masterclasses' was delivered by the International Masters of Gaming Law.

“Throughout the KPMG eGaming Summit series, we have always sought to provide the timeliest programme, populated by the most knowledgeable speakers available,” summit organiser Micky Swindale said.

“This year’s addition of the International Masters of Gaming Law Masterclasses has helped to secure the Summit’s reputation as an event which truly is at the heart of the sector, and the Island’s reputation as one of the world’s foremost jurisdictions for eGaming.”


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