IGBLive!: operators and experts, “In Italy a reform of the sector is needed”


IGBLive!: operators and experts, “In Italy a reform of the sector is needed”

Conference in Amsterdam at iGBLive! after a final stop to advertising

“Now we need a total reform of the gaming sector, perhaps from the government” to shed light on a sector where “much confusion” has been generated.
This is the invitation launched yesterday in Amsterdam from operators and games experts, just a few days after the final stop of gaming advertising in Italy, as provided for the dignity decree, strongly wanted by the Deputy Premier Luigi Di Maio at the beginning of the legislature.
During the conference organized by Gioconews at the second edition of the “iGB Live!” sector fair, the operators asked again for transparency and regulation, following the ban on advertising, following a “brief, but highly articulated” regulation, as Francesco Gaziano, Cmo and Country Manager Italy of Sks365 explained. “The Government had announced with the Dignity decree a general reform of the sector, to be carried out by last February – the lawyer Rodolfo La Rosa, of BakerMcKenzie, pointed out – and even if nothing has been heard abour it, it is reasonable to expect that sooner or later this reform will actually be made. And who knows that it may not happen already in the coming months, perhaps even through the financial measures”.
“The scenario can still be changed – Alessio Crisantemi, director of Gioconews, explained -. However, we need to find suitable, sustainable and credible solutions. And, above all, change mentalities, with a view to greater responsibility. This, I believe, is the real challenge who the operators and the entire industry have to face”.