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The organizers are proud and honored to announce that with the support of International Masters of Gaming Law(IMGL), VIGE Seminars will host an IMGL Masterclass with top names of the industry discussing the risks and challenges for affiliates, operators and platforms are facing when working in regulated markets.

Moderated by Dr. Joerg Hofmann, Immediate Past President of IMGL, Partner with Melchers Law firm, Heidelberg, Germany, the panel will stress on liability.

Online gaming continues its explosive growth year by year and respects no territorial borders. Trying to stop online gaming offering is like holding back the tide. Nevertheless, many jurisdictions are trying to keep unlicensed operators out of their market and restrict the gaming offering. The gaming regulators are using every imaginable measure to enforce local gaming regulation: Blacklisting of operators; penalizing players; ISP blocking; payment blocking and affiliate blocking measures are taken into use.

The gaming regulators have now turned their attention to the software supplier industry for aid in policing local gaming laws. Gaming platform providers have been asked to monitor traffic on their platforms and block for unlicensed gaming operators (.com traffic).

It has even suggested by a gaming regulator that gaming suppliers are liable for offenses committed by unlicensed gaming operators (using the suppliers’ platform).

Is it for the gaming suppliers to act as the gaming regulators’ extended arm and are the suppliers liable for offenses committed by the gaming operators? Does it also impact the affiliate industry?

All these questions will be answered by the speakers of the panel which are as well renowned as the importance of the IMGL Masterclasses held worldwide.

The speakers of the panel are:


The panel is planned for 20.03.2017, will commence at 2:00 PM(Vienna local time) and promises to be among the highlights of the discussions held at VIGE Seminar during the Vienna International Gaming Expo(VIGE2017) which is held between 20-21 of March 2017.

Attending the seminars at VIGE2017 requires a POWER DELEGATE status and is subject to availability. All seminars are limited to 250 delegates and the passes can be ordered at an Early Bird Rate of 300 EUR until 10.03.2017. Register as a POWER DELEGATE HERE!

Be sure to save the date and attend VIGE2017, which will be held between the 20th and 22nd of March 2017 at the Austria Vienna Center in order to hear the fresh information at the seminars which will be held within the Expo, highlight your brand for visiting delegates by booking a stand or attend and network with the leading and newcomer company representatives that are going to be present at the show.

Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us on +40 735 559 234 or by mail on [email protected].


Power Delegates 
(Definition, advantages)

Power Delegates can register online prior to the event by using the following form or have the opportunity to register at the registration desk during conference days. The delegate status grants its holder the opportunity to visit the exhibition floor, discuss deals, pick up gaming related magazines, attend the special seminars and network with fellow peers. All registrants are granted this privilege during the 2 days of the expo and are advised to have their ID at hand during their visit to the venue.

The main advantage of the Power Delegate is the opportunity to harvest the extra market information and discussions which can be accessed via the VIGE 2017 Seminars which are held during the 2 days of the show.

Each power delegate will receive a special report of the discussions, including the PowerPoint presentations that will be showed and discuss during the seminars.

The agenda and speaker list for the VIGE 2017 Seminars can be viewed here.

Haven’t yet registered? You are invited to register at an Early Bird Rate (50% off) until the 10th of March, 2017. Choose your delegate status below and fill the form to register your place at the most awaited show in Central Europe. 



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