The World Regulatory Briefing on responsible game will be held on 10 September in London

monday 16 November 2015
In Igaming and online game

Responsible game and business responsibilities will be the two main themes of the World Regulatory Briefing conference to be held in London on September 10th.

The next World Regulatory Briefing (or WRB in short) conference will aim to allow the major exponents of the igaming sector, companies that deal with online game and the various regulatory authorities to meet and discuss two important issues that will be At the center of attention in the future of gaming via the web: Responsible Gambling & Reputation Management, as reported by the official program of the event.

In a context in which gambling is increasingly practiced through technological means such as Internet and portable devices, it always feels the growing need to frame what are the social responsibilities of the protagonists in the igaming sectornull At the same time it is important to highlight the value of a brand that has obtained a good reputation in a deserving way.

It therefore seems that the main themes that will be addressed during the event will concern the various aspects of the Protection of players and operators themselves, through approved and shared regulation at European level.

Here are the words of Sadie Walters, Senior Event Producer at the "Clarion Events" and the main organizer of the meeting:

To occupy the available places will obviously be many European operators. There will also be exponents of the UK Gambling Commission (the Commission on Game of Gambling of Great Britain), which will be able to enrich the conference by putting their experience on topics such as the protection of the player, self-life and other similar issues.

The online game market is constantly growing and the development potential are even greater. However, the future of the sector seems to be linked to a double thread in the presence of a regulation that protects all the parties involved and which provides, in addition to a system of assignment and management of shared licenses, also greater interest in the ethics of the game. Until now, in fact, the most discussed aspect has been the economic one, to the detriment of other issues which, if not addressed in a timely and effective way, risk sending a system already difficult to manage in itself.

The WRB therefore presents itself as an ambitious and revolutionary project, which could pave the way for a more conscious series of rules that guarantee security to players, operators and governments on the topic of igaming.'s commitment to the responsible game

We also support more than ever the importance of education relating to responsible game. For this reason, not only have we created a section in which to find all the resources on the subject, but we have also included a call on the website that invites users to practice the game activity in a moderate and responsible way.