Agu 2020: a new gaming event about gaming in Ukraine
Eventus International brings you the first annual edition of the Agu (All-in Gaming Ukraine) 2020 summit: 17 and 18 June 2020 at the Radisson Blu, Kyiv Podil.
In this period of changes and sudden changes in the gaming worldwide agenda, due to the spreading epidemic from Covid-19, new events can also find space. Like the one proposed by Eventus International, and scheduled for 17 and 18 June 2020 at the Radisson Blu in Kyiv Podil. This is the first edition of Agu (All-in Gaming Ukraine) 2020, which is proposed as an annual summit of the gaming industry in what is considered by many parts as the new promised land of the game.
The event aims to provide the latest industry insights from international industry experts. “In light of the government reform that generates new gambling laws in Ukraine, we want to introduce a number of industry leaders and experts in their field to discuss the current gaming landscape and how the industry can become profitable and work. within these laws for further success, ”explain the organizers.
In light of government reform generating new laws on gaming in Ukraine, we bring you a host of industry leaders and experts in their field to discuss the current landscape of gaming and how the industry can become profitable and work within these laws for further success. A bill (No 2285-d ) regarding the legalisation of gamIng in Ukraine has passed its first reading.
Currently, the Ukrainian Parliament is preparing for the second reading of the gaming bill. The second reading will likely take place in April or May according to Vadim Misyura, general director of the all-Ukrainian union of Bookmakers.
According to bill no 2285-d there are two licenses available for operating an online casino.
Land-based casinos can only be located in 5-star hotels with at least 150 rooms in Kyiv and at least 100 rooms in other Ukrainian cities. The new law recognises both online and offline poker. Operators who have chosen online poker are required to hold a license for organising and conducting poker games.