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European Gaming Partners With Global Legal Group

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Published on:
Jul/30/2018

Transylvania – European Gaming Media and Events, the leading media and boutique gaming events organizer in the CEE, Baltics and Balkans, is proud to announce Global Legal Group (GLG)  as its latest strategic partner.

The partnership will see a collaboration between the events segment of European Gaming and the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Gambling which covers common issues in gambling laws and regulations – including relevant authorities, application for a license and license restrictions, revocation of a license, enforcement and liability, and anticipated reforms from multiple jurisdictions.

 “We are honored to start a collaboration with GLG, who are a leading media company specialising in the legal market. We are sure that the delegates attending our events will take advantage of the materials that will be distributed by the team. GLG has proven itself as a leading publisher in many practice areas and lead the way in covering Gambling Laws and Regulations.” Zoltán Tűndik, Head of Business at European Gaming Media and Events.

“As publishers of the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Gambling, a cross-border analysis of common issues in gaming laws and regulations in over 30 jurisdictions, we are excited to confirm our partnership with Europe Gaming Media and Events. These events are set to offer valuable insights into the European gaming market, with topics covered including compliance updates, licensing, AML and machine learning. We look forward to sharing our publications at the event, which we are sure delegates and speakers alike will find practical and interesting.” Rory Smith, Publisher at Global Legal Group.

The first two collaborations between the two companies will start with this year’s Central and Eastern European Gaming Conference (CEEGC) Budapest and European Gaming Congress (EGC) Ljubljana.

For further details visit: www.ceegc.eu and www.europeangamingcongress.com

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