It’s a Wrap for iGB Live 2022

Posted on 21 April 2023

Dale Shelabarger

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The RAI Amsterdam Convention Centre was the venue for one of iGaming’s most important events, igB Live. As ever, the conference was very well attended, gathering thousands of innovators and pioneers from across iGaming.

Flying the flag for FTD Digital was Head of Content, Sue Dawson, as well as projects administrator, Joanna Ellison. Both Sue and Joanna had a great time, catching up with existing partners and laying the groundwork for some exciting new opportunities.

UK Gambling Act Panel

Sue was a panellist on the Wednesday, offering her thoughts about the UK Gambling Act White Paper and its wider implications. Although the report is expected to be delayed by recent governmental developments, the impact on the UK iGaming sector is expected to be significant.

She was joined by Martin Le Jeune (Entain), Melanie Ellis (Northridge Law LLP) and Sarah MacDonald (Wiggin), with the panel moderated by Charlie Leach (KPMG UK).

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