The Officers of the Parliamentary All Party Betting & Gaming Group have revealed the launch of their Parliamentary seminar series taking a look at the Future of Gambling. The first workshop will be held on Tuesday 19th April 2016 and will be on The Future of Online Gambling.
The speakers will be Clive Hawkswood, CEO of Remote Gambling Association (RGA), Anthony Werkman, Director of Marketing & Operations at Betway and Richard Flint, CEO of Sky Betting & Gaming.
Steve Donoughue, gambling expert and Secretariat of the All Party Betting & Gaming Group, said:
We are extremely lucky to have a group of Parliamentarians who are so keenly thinking about the British gambling industry. They are not interested in the typical knee-jerk knock-about and are keen to get to grips with the genuine concerns. A number of them have actually been involved with the industry for decades so are highly influential when gambling concerns are discussed. This workshop series will enable the trade associations and vital market members to directly interact with the influencers of Westminster and Whitehall. It’s a must attend event.
For the first time the Parliamentary All Party Betting & Gaming Group is permitting the invited guests of the market to attend its meetings and join with the Captains of their market in the debating what the future of gambling in Britain is.
Clive Hawkswood, CEO of the Remote Gambling Association and crucial speaker, specified:
Gambling is an issue that hardly ever seems to be from the spotlight, but there has never ever been a more vital time to engage with Parliamentarians to discuss how the market is dealing with the difficulties it faces and, just as critically, to listen and take full account of any concerns that they may have. The All Party Betting & Gaming Group’s series of seminars supply an ideal forum for this to happen. Each sector will have the chance to emerge and it is a very welcome initiative.
The objective statement of the Parliamentary All Party Betting & Gaming Group is to work as a forum for the discussion of concerns worrying betting and gaming in the UK. This seminar series is intended particularly at supplying the platform for an educated and notified exchange of views and problems.