Date: 26 Oct 2021
Time: 10 AM BST / 11 AM CET
As the UK iGaming market waits for the outcome of the DCMS review of the 2005 Gambling Act, one of the most talked-about topics is understanding player affordability.
The UK has been a pioneer of the industry from the migration of brick-and-mortar shops to online gambling as well as the promotion of player safety within mainstream media - yet many would argue there’s still much to be improved.
With the UKGC stating that tackling gambling harm is their “number one priority” and continued pressure from higher authorities, what can be done to ensure that the UK remains to be a leader in the space and avoid pushing players to black markets?
This webinar will look into how suppliers can support operators more by creating better customer profiles as well as the potential changes on the horizon.
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- Expectations of the DCMS’ Gambling Act review.
- Affordability and Player Protection.
- Importance of proper data usage.
- Looking ahead and the importance of collaboration across all key stakeholders - operators, governing bodies, and suppliers.