The International Association of Gaming Advisors (IAGA) will hold its 39th Annual International Gaming Summit June 16 – 18th 2020 at The Culloden Estate and Spa in Belfast, Northern Ireland. We are looking forward to keynote speakers, panel discussions and interactive sessions covering a wide range of topics, including the very latest on the expansion of US sports betting, the shifting sands of opportunity in Asia, the US regulatory agenda, the evolving gaming M&A landscape, the opportunities, challenges and risks of VIP business, and the challenges equipment providers face when tasked with making gambling safer through game and product design. The Summit provides operators, suppliers, lawyers, investors, bankers, regulators and other advisors an unparalleled opportunity to meet and discuss the critical issues facing gaming today. The full agenda is viewable online at www.theiaga.org.
“I am very pleased to announce that IAGA’s 39th Annual International Gaming Summit will be held in Belfast, a vibrant and rapidly growing city that will welcome our delegates with true Northern Irish hospitality,” commented IAGA President John Hagan, a Partner with Harris Hagan in London. “Our compelling Summit program is focused on gaming issues of international relevance and has been developed in concert with the Gaming Regulators European Forum (GREF), which is hosting its Annual Meeting in Belfast at the same time. I am looking forward to welcoming our 2020 delegates to Belfast and participating with them in lively discussions about the issues of the day.”
Registration for all events is open to the public and can be accessed via the IAGA website at www.theiaga.org. To view the full agenda for the Summit, visit https://www.theiaga.org/2020-summit-agenda. For additional information, please contact IAGA Executive Director Kirsten Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org.
COVID-19 Update: As we all know, the coronavirus situation is extremely serious and fast moving, raising significant health, business and travel concerns and creating considerable business uncertainty. The IAGA Board will continue to monitor developments carefully and, in particular, any travel restrictions imposed by governments or companies. As the Summit approaches, we will provide members and guests with updates on related medical and travel advice. For the latest updates on the Summit planning process, please visit www.theiaga.org.