Program/Agenda 2021

All times are CEST (Central European Summer Time)

MARE BALTICUM – 13 May (Baltics) / (All times are CET)
2020-05-13
MARE BALTICUM – 18 May (Nordics) / (All times are CET)
2021-05-18
09:30 - 10:30
Regulator’s Roundtable – Baltics

Moderated by: Andrius Gabnys

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Signe Birne
Director of Lotteries and Gambling Supervisory Inspection of the Republic of Latvia
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Sören Meius
Estonian Ministry of Finance
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Rūta Giedrienė
Compliance and Regulatory Officer at the Gaming Control Authority of Lithuania
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Andrius Gabnys
Attorney At Law - Gabnys Law Firm
10:30 - 11:30
THE INDUSTRY IN 2021 – Baltics

Moderated by Andrius Gabnys

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Dainis Niedra
Managing Director Central & Eastern Europe at Enlabs
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Kaido Ulejev
Commercial Director CEECA at Betsson Group
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Karolis Gogaitis
General Manager at CBet.lt
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Nadiya Attard
Director of Sales at Relax Gaming
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Ondrej Lapides
CEO at Tom Horn Gaming
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Andrius Gabnys
Attorney At Law - Gabnys Law Firm
11:30 - 12:15
CEO Talks – Baltics

For the first time in any gaming event, on the same virtual stage, MGBS is proud to present the CEO Keynote Panel featuring amazing and inspirational CEOs from four exceptional Service Providers leading the Gaming and Tech industries. Speakers shall include Ariel Reem, Co-Founder of Genesis Global, Tsachi Maimon, CEO of NASDAQ-Listed giant Aspire Global, Tal Itzhak Ron, Chairman and CEO of Tal Ron, Drihem & Co. the award-winning Tech-Focused law firm, and Marius Galdikas, CEO of the fastest growing EMI ConnectPay. The panel will be moderated by Ms. Emily Helmer, Head of Compliance and e-Merchant Services at Tal Ron, Drihem & Co. Ms. Helmer and the four CEOs shall discuss management philosophies, B2B and B2C dilemmas, Compliance as a driving force for innovation, Regulations in MGA/UK/Alderney/Curacao – their impact on the payments space and a factor for mitigating risks, disputes and solving them, and other interesting topics.

Moderated by Emily Helmer

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Tsachi Maimon
CEO Aspire Global
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Ariel Reem
CEO at Genesis Global
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Marius Galdikas
Chief Executive Officer at ConnectPay
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Tal Itzhak Ron
Chairman & CEO at Tal Ron, Drihem & Co.
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Emily Helmer
Head of Compliance and E-Merchant Services at Tal Ron, Drihem & Co.
12:15 - 13:15
Digitalization and Omnichannel: challenges facing operators and suppliers in the Baltics

(confirmations pending)

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Domenico Mazzola
Commercial Director at Altenar
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Lazar Miučin
VP of Strategic Partnerships at NSoft
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Robert Dowling
Chief Commercial Officer at Singular
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Zoltán Tűndik
Co-Founder at HIPTHER Agency
13:15 - 14:00
Is the Baltic gaming industry more open to crypto gaming?

(confirmations pending)

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Sergei Verbitski
CEO of Cointraffic
09:30 - 10:30
Regulators Roundtable – Nordics

(confirmations pending)

Moderated by Morten Ronde

10:30 - 11:30
THE INDUSTRY in 2021 – Nordics

(confirmations pending)

Moderated by Gustaf Hoffstedt

11:30 - 12:15
Responsible Gambling in the Nordic region

(confirmations pending)

Moderated by Ismail Vali

12:15 - 13:15
Digitalization and Omnichannel: challenges facing operators and suppliers in the Nordics

(confirmations pending)

12:15 - 13:15
Corona-crisis, large brands consolidating the market

(confirmations pending)

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