Ceegc, eastern lights on gaming

Ceegc, eastern lights on gaming

On September, the 24th, a new appointment in Budapest with the Ceegc and Ceeg Awards, promising many examples for reflection on the sector.

Budapest warms up motors for the new appointment with the Central and Eastern European Gaming Conference and Awards, scheduled for September, the 24th.

What are the news and the main features of this event, dedicated to the gaming world?

“The Central and Eastern European Gaming Conference and Awards (Ceegc & Ceeg Awards) has been launched in 2016 with the aim of bringing together gambling industry professionals, executives, and government representatives”, the organization affirms.

Every year, +125 like-minded delegates have the opportunity to discuss collaboration opportunities, learn about compliance updates and harvest the tech & marketing related information which is presented by industry leaders from the ever-evolving international gambling industry community.

The meeting ground is Budapest and the venue of the conference is selected with the aim of providing a luxurious and comfortable setting for the delegates. As in 2018, the 2019 edition of Ceegc & Ceeg Awards will be held at The Ritz-Carlton.

The 4th edition of the yearly must-attend conference of the gambling industry will focus on bringing new content and a different angle of view on already established and emerging market”.

What are the main subjects that will be addressed?

“Compliance and investment opportunities in the regulated Central and Eastern European jurisdictions such as Bulgaria, Romania, Czech Republic, Croatia or Slovenia, and the Emerging Cee jurisdictions, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland.

Beside the focus on Europe, the discussions include the Balkan Gaming Industry Briefing and an exclusive Imgl MasterClass, which highlights the opportunities for the gambling industry in Asia and North America.

Starting with 2019, the conference will also focus on shedding light the recent updates of the Da-Ch region and industry experts will also examine the impact of regulations on innovation, with emphasis on loot boxes, sports betting, casino, blockchain, cryptocurrency, and Fintech”.

Which are the most representative countries at the event?

“Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Germany. The conference also gather audience from Italy and Malta due to the content shared about the industry”.


Why who deals with gaming should attend your event?

“Everyone who is someone is attending Ceegc and delegates are coming from all parts of the industry including operators, software providers, regulators and connected industry service providers. If you are an active company of the gambling industry, you know that CEEGC is the place to be every September”.


How will the conferences be organized and who will participate?

“The already confirmed expert speakers of the conference are Luka Popović (Partner at Bdk Advokati), Gábor Helembai (Senior Associate at Bird & Bird Budapest), Andrei Andronic (Legal and Compliance Specialist at Playson), Dan Iliovici (Vice President at Rombet), Domenico Mazzola (Commercial Director at Altenar), Georgi Dimitrov (Legal Counsel at Egt Interactive Ltd.), Zlatan Omerspahić (Data Protection Officer at NSoft Company), Tiago Aprigio (Ceo at All-in Translations), Pieter Paepe (Partner at Astrea Belgium), Ewa Lejman (Head of Polish Desk at Wh Partners), Dr. Simon Planzer (Partner at Planzer Law), Andrius Gabnys (Attorney At Law – Gabnys Law Firm), Alex Kornilov (Ceo & Founder – Betegy), Dr. Robert Skalina (Senior Advisor at Wh Partners), Jaka Repansek (Digital and Entertainment Law Expert), Jan Rehola (Institute for Gambling Regulation – Ifgr) and many more.
The speakers’ list includes 40 top industry leaders who are bringing a plethora of quality content.

The specially designed networking breaks, complimentary lunch break and evening social gathering will give room for delegates to participate and engage with like-minded industry peers.

We look forward to welcoming everyone to Budapest!”