International auditor and consultancy KPMG has published an eGaming specific industry report detailing current sector trends, risks and challenges as part of its ‘KPMG eGaming Summit’ (8 September Isle of Man).
The 70-page report sponsored by Continent 8 Technologies, features a detailed summary of all the sessions from the day which covered everything from the market’s view of the sector and recent deals, to the introduction of the National Online Self-Exclusion Scheme (NOSES) and key issues as such as cyber security, reputation and regulatory divergence.
The report further introduces to industry stakeholder the potential impacts and challenges of augmented and virtual reality software which were discussed during the conference.
Assessing the changing business landscape and conditions of the eGaming sector, KPMG’s report further details key legal oversight at an international level briefing readers on its International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL) presentations
The full KPMG report detailing discussions and presentation of the KPMG eGaming Summit’ can be downloaded at : https://home.kpmg.com/content/dam/kpmg/im/pdf/eGaming-Summit-16-IM.pdf
KPMG Isle of Man Director Micky Swindale commented on the report and summit
“The summits are a wonderful opportunity to really get to grips with the issues and opportunities facing the eGaming industry and there is a huge amount that can be learnt in one day with such an impressive line-up of speakers. The report will be invaluable to all those who were unable to attend in person or those who wish to revisit the sessions for further consideration.
“As we have seen in the past few weeks with sophisticated DDoS activity being targeted at the eGaming sector, it’s important that everyone in the industry stays alert and aware of potential risks as well as technological developments in the eGaming world. KPMG is delighted to help share experience and expertise across the sector.”
Source: SBC News