BgC Digital Experience 2020 to discuss return of casinos and adaptation of the gaming industry to Brazil

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Last day of BgC 2020 will discuss return of casinos and adaptation of the gaming industry to Brazil
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The 2020 edition of the Brazilian Gaming Congress (BgC) began with panels in an online format this Tuesday, 8. The second and last day of the BgC Digital Experience will feature three more debates with experts and professionals from the betting and gaming industry.

Held by Clarion Events, the conference will take place again from 10 am to 1 pm (Brasília time), as well as offering a networking tool to increase interaction between participants.

Thus, people will be able to hold meetings and exchange views on the content of the panels. The iGamng Brazil team is covering BgC in real time, and information about the first day can be accessed here.

Check the schedule of the last day of BgC

Panel: The return of Casinos in Brazil

  • What proposals are under discussion in Congress?
  • What the PL 2,648 / 2019 and 4495/2020 say?

Moderator: Bruno Omori (President of the Tourism Development Institute).

Participation: Regis de Oliveira (Jurist, Professor and former Federal Deputy), Angelo Coronel (Federal Senator from PSDBA) and Ilana Klein (Senior Director LatAm at Playtech).

Panel: Adapting the business model to the Brazilian market

  • Examples of business success implemented in Brazil.
  • The demand for “tropicalization”. Why the copy / paste does not work?
  • Careers in the gaming and qualification market: which professionals can work remotely and which need to operate locally?
  • What are the possibilities for learning about the sector?

Moderator: Thomas Carvalhaes (Brazil & LatAm Manager, Hero Gaming).

Participation: José Colagrossi (Executive Director of Ibope Repucom), Jennifer Innes (Managing Director of and Stuart Hunter (General Director of Events at Clarion Gaming).

Panel: Gambling is serious: Corporate Governance & Compliance in the sector

  • The gaming market is not “the best way to launder money”.
  • What technologies and rules make gambling the most secure and well-controlled economic activity?
  • Responsible gaming in the DNA of regulation.
  • Player Protection and Education.

Moderator: Mauro De Fabritiis (Founder of MDF Partners).

Participation: Itamar Pereira (Member of the International Association of Game Regulators and Technical Adviser to the Ministry of Economy) and André Gelfi (Managing Partner Brazil of Betsson Group).