The first ever eGaming Summit hosted by audit, tax and advisory services company KPMG will take place next month at the Mount Murray Hotel on the Isle of Man. The summit will be attended by key stakeholders and decision makers of the industry and will be opened by the Minister of Economic Development for the jurisdiction’s government, Allan Bell.
The topics covered during the summit will include a variety of issues that are already having a substantial effect on the online gaming industry, with particular focus being paid to online casinos that are licensed to the Isle of Man. Paddy Power, the popular Irish bookmaker and operator of online gaming products, is one of the major companies licensed to the Isle of Man and is bound to a topic of conversation.
This summit marks the development of the online gaming industry and in support of this, Russell Kelly of KPMG said: “The iGaming sector is expanding globally and is already a major contributor to the Isle of Man economy”.