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  • Programme at a glance Day One, Tuesday, 19 October 2010 10:00 EiG registration and welcome networking session in entrance hall 12:00 EiG Expo opens 12:10 Speed networking session in the Expo hall: Accelerated introductions to hundreds of iGaming pioneers 13:00 Opening of the conference and welcome address by Clarion Gaming 13:10 Chairman’s welcome – addressing the key regulatory challenges and identifying key growth markets in iGaming 13:20 Opening keynote presentation 13:45 Macro-economic keynote panel: Evaluating the macro economic climate for consolidation, M&A and investments in gaming 14:30 Outside industry keynote: Technology, entrepreneurship and innovation 15:00 Coffee and refreshment break in Expo hall – network with 1500+ iGaming professionals and 70+ exhibitors 15:30 Start-Up LaunchPad: Discover the future of iGaming innovation 17:30 End of Conference and Drinks Reception in the Expo hall – network with 1500+ iGaming professionals and 70+ exhibitors 19:30 Close of EiG Day One 21:00 EiG Kick-Off Party in Rosie McGee’s Day Two, Wednesday, 20 October 2010 09:00 EiG registration opens 09:30 Expo opens 10:00 Conference opens. Chairman’s opening remarks 10:05 EiG MegaDebate 1: iGaming vision for 2015 – gain strategic advice from top CEOs 11:30 Coffee and refreshment break in the Expo Hall – network with 1500+ iGaming professionals and 70+ exhibitors 12:00 Track One: Gambling meets… – Strategic Track Two: Regulations and new markets Track Three: Innovation in practice partnerships and cooperation 12:00 Panel discussion: Media and entertainment 12:00 Regulatory panel: How iGaming regulations 12:00 Keynote marketing panel: brands meet gambling are changing Acquire, convert and retain more and across Europe more players 12:45 Panel discussion: Offline meets online 13:00 Focus on the customer 13:30 Lunch in the Expo hall – network with 1500+ iGaming professionals and 70+ exhibitors 15:00 Track One: Gambling meets… – Strategic Track Two: Regulations and new markets Track Three: Innovation in practice partnerships and cooperation 15:00 Panel discussion: Gaming (casual, skill, 15:00 Regulations & Industry panel: Implication of 15.00 CRM, retention and tailoring your customer’s computer, fantasy, MMORPG) meets regulations for the industry and market entry experience to increase lifetime value gambling strategies 16:00 Spotlight session and break- 16:00 Next in payments: Focus on 15:30 What if… Creative thinking for the whole team out discussions: Lotteries meet emerging markets online gambling 16:30 Product innovation in sportsbetting 16:30 Legal roundtables in the Expo hall: Interactive discussions on legal and business opportunities in jurisdictions worldwide 17:30 Closing outside industry keynote: Connecting your brand and vision with your consumers 18:00 Close of EiG Day Two Conference Sessions 18:30 Expo closes 21:00 EiG SafeCharge Party in Park Cafe Day Three, Thursday, 21 October 2010 09:00 EiG registration opens 09:30 Expo opens 10:00 EiG CEO MegaDebate 2: Future market leaders – gain strategic advice from top CEOs 11:00 Revival post-EiG party coffee and refreshment break 11:30 Track One: Regulations and new markets – USA in Track Two: Innovation in practice – Marketing Track Three: Two interactive workshops on France and Italy the spotlight channels 11:30 North American update 11:30 ‘The future is mobile’ keynote case study 11:30 Winning a license and successfully operating in France 11:45 USA keynote: Internet gaming from the land- 12:15 Betable case study: Social media in your 11:30 Winning a license and successfully operating in Italy based casino’s perspective customer proposition 12:15 State perspective on iGaming regulations – New Jersey 12:30 US industry partnership panel: Harnessing 12:45 Social media project: Developing a social media the iGaming regulations in the USA strategy for your company 13:30 Lunch in the Expo hall – network with 1500+ iGaming professionals and 70+ exhibitors 15:00 Close of EiG 2010 6 9th Annual European iGaming Congress and Expo
  • Programme Day One, Tuesday, 19 October 2010 17:30 – 19:30 End of Conference and Drinks Reception in the Expo hall – network and do business 10:00 – 13:00 EiG registration and welcome networking with over 1500 iGaming professionals session in entrance hall Sponsored by: 12:00 EiG Expo opens – Take a first peek at the new product launches on display 21:00 onwards EiG Kick-Off Party in Rosie McGee’s– Start big with this extra networking party! 12:10 Speed Networking: Accelerated introductions Network, discuss Day One sessions and to hundreds of new contacts in iGaming have fun with your peers. 13:00 Opening of the conference and welcome address by Clarion Gaming Day Two, Wednesday, 20 October 2010 13:10 – 13:20 Chairman’s welcome – addressing the key 09:00 EiG registration opens regulatory challenges and identifying growth markets in iGaming 09:30 Expo opens Lee Richardson, CEO, Green Lane Investments 10:00 Conference opens Chairman’s opening remarks: Assess the implications of converging 13:20 – 13:45 Opening keynote presentation business models in online gaming for your business TBA Simon Holliday, Director, H2 Gambling Capital 13:45 – 14:30 Macro-economic keynote panel: Evaluating 10:05 – 11:30 EiG MegaDebate 1: iGaming vision for 2015 the macro-economic climate for consolidation, – be inspired by and gain one-to-one advice M&A and investments in gaming from the iGaming leaders • Why the case for consolidation/M&A is so compelling: Analysing the main drivers • Find out future growth areas for your business – adopting successful and emerging business models: B2C, B2B, B2G, P2P … • Understand financial benefits to shareholders • Adapt your business to the ever changing regulatory environment and learn • What are the implications for mid-size and small gaming companies about new partnership opportunities that will give you a competitive edge • Evaluating P&L benefits and strategic reasons • Define your entry strategy into new markets, as a B2B or a B2C brand Mark Blandford, Chairman, Valhalla Investments • Expand your customer base via new products, new markets and Mergers Andrew Burnett, Executive Director, Panmure Gordon & Co. & Acquisitions Oliver Zugel, Founder and CEO, Spring City Finance Deane Short, Head of M&A and Business Development, Betfair Panel discussion will be followed by interactive break-out sessions with Moderated by: Lee Richardson, CEO, Green Lane Investments the CEOs of the leading iGaming brands who will host roundtables and be available for in-depth discussions and questioning. 14:30 – 15:00 Outside Industry Keynote: Technology, H.C. Madsen, CEO, Danske Spil, entrepreneurship and innovation Nicolas Beraud, CEO, Mangas Gaming Mor Weizer, CEO, Playtech Delivered by serial entrepreneur, investor and technology expert Julie Meyer Gigi Levy, CEO, 888 Holdings this talk will look at the factors that built their companies from great idea to a Pontus Lindwall, CEO, Betsson strong, scalable company, the successful exit, and what their predictions are for Moderated by: Simon Holliday, Director, H2 Gambling Capital the future as investors in new and innovative start-ups for the next generation. Julie Meyer, CEO, Ariadne Capital 11:30 – 12:00 Coffee and refreshment break in the Expo Hall – network and do business with 1500+ 15:00 – 15:30 Coffee and refreshment break in Expo iGaming professionals and 70+ exhibitors hall – network and do business with 1500+ iGaming professionals and 70+ exhibitors Track One: Gambling meets … - Strategic 15:30 – 17:30 Start-Up LaunchPad partnerships and cooperation Chaired by: Jake Pollard, Editor, iGaming France Discover novel ideas for gaming products and propositions presented by up to five start-ups that will pitch their ideas to a panel of industry experts 12:00 – 12:45 Panel discussion: Media and entertainment and investors. After hearing their pitches and the experts’ commentary, choose the winner best placed to revolutionise the iGaming market in 2011. brands meet gambling – competitors or partners? • What if Google launched online gambling tomorrow …? Expert panel includes: Melissa Blau, Director, iGaming Capital • Diversifying your revenue streams with gaming – who is best placed to benefit? Alexis Murphy, Director, International Investment • Evaluating and leveraging the power of your database for your new and Underwriting (IIU) gambling proposition Evan Hoff, Director, Capricorn Capital Consulting • Partnership opportunities in mature vs. new markets Lee Richardson, CEO, Green Lane Investments • Market entry strategies for media brands: White label vs. in-house platforms Start-ups: • Leveraging media’s innovative customer interaction Simon Toller, Director, Beat Barry Stuart Carr, Managing Director, Passoker Simon Burridge, CEO, Virgin Games John Vium Pedersen, CEO, World Tournaments Online Richard Flint, MD, Sky Betting and Gaming Antonios “Ton-e” Manessis, CEO, Betcafe Olivier Ou Ramdane, General Director, EurosportBet Timothée Luneau, Co-founder and CEO, FriendBet Andreas Ternstrom, MD, Bonnier Gaming Moderated by: Jake Pollard, Editor, iGaming France 8 9th Annual European iGaming Congress and Expo
  • Programme 12:45 – 13:30 Panel discussion: Offline meets online – CRM to acquire, convert and retain more and more players. Harnessing land-based casinos’ brand value, Simon Prodger, Marketing Director, PKR regulatory expertise and customer base to Sabin Brooks, VP Marketing, Harrah’s Interactive Entertainment launch online gaming Nick Garner, Global Head of SEO and SMO, Unibet • Are land-based gaming establishments benefiting from new regulatory Moderated by: Catriona Campbell, Founder and regimes? Director, Foviance • Marrying offline with online – what is the rationale? • Assessing the risk and additive revenues of land-based visitor 13:00 – 13:30 Joint presentation by Paddy Power and cannibalisation Foviance • Best practice and strategies to launch online from the land-based Jonathan Sinder, UX Manager, Paddy Power perspective Catriona Campbell, Founder and Director, Foviance • Leveraging the value of the bricks-and-mortar brand in the online environment 13:30 – 15:30 Lunch in the Expo hall – network and do • Land-based vs. online – beat the operational and marketing challenges business with 1500+ iGaming professionals Jonathan Strock, COO and Director of Regulation, and 70+ exhibitors Barriere Interactive Gaming Moise Serero, CEO Partouche Interactive, Groupe Partouche Paul Herzfeld, CEO, Casinos Austria International Track One.: Gambling meets… - Strategic Moderated by: Angus Nisbet, Head of Gaming, Rank Interactive partnerships and cooperation Chaired by: Martin, Oelbermann, Owner, MECN Track Two: Regulations and new markets 15:00 – 16:00 Panel discussion: Gaming (casual, skill, computer, fantasy, MMORPG) meets Sponsored by: gambling – lessons learnt and shared between the two gaming worlds Chaired by: Tony Coles, Partner, Jeffrey Green Russell • Expand your customer base by appealing to mass market, more comfortable with casual gaming 12:00 – 13:30 Regulatory panel: How iGaming regulations • Entertaining vs. enticing to transact – how gaming differs from gambling are changing across Europe and how the two sectors cross over • Impact of the French and Italian licensing frameworks on iGaming • Learn lessons on player engagement and tracking player behaviour regulations across Europe • How casual gaming is changing the business for gambling operators • Off-shore operators vs. state licensing • Monetising casual gaming via virtual currency, micro-payments … • Assessing the regulations’ impact on the industry and the customers, • Casual/skill gaming as part of the gambling proposition and as a stand- now enjoying exceptional value for money alone model • Multi-jurisdiction cooperation – is there will amongst regulators? • Casual gaming as an entry strategy into new markets (e.g. Italy, USA) • Setting the optimal taxation levels that will favour the industry’s Marijn Harinck, CEO, United Games advancements, provide benefits for customers and satisfy the Nigel Eccles, CEO, Fanduel states’ objectives Tal Elyashiv, SVP, CTO, 888 Holdings • Land-based vs. online – beat the operational and marketing challenges Moderated by: David Goldberg, Former CEO, Youbet.com Panel discussion with leading regulators will be followed by interactive break- 16:00 – 17:30 Spotlight session and break-out discussions: out sessions where regulators will be available for further discussion and Lotteries meet online gambling in-depth questioning. • Find out how to harness the regulatory changes that enable adding Sponsored by: online gambling to the lottery proposition • Secure your first-mover advantage and attract players in your country before your competitors do Juan Carlos Alfonso Rubio, Coordination Director, Loterías y Apuestas del Estado, Spain • Discuss best practice, case studies and plans with your peers from Francesco Rodano, Head of Remote Gaming, AAMS Italy lotteries from around the world Morten Ronde, Head Legal Adviser, Danish Gaming Board • Analyse opportunities for global expansion Andrè Wilsenach, CEO, Alderney Gambling Control Commission • Find partners with expertise who can facilitate your quick launch Tom Kavanagh, Formerly Deputy Chief Executive, Gambling Commission UK Lotteries from Europe and beyond will present developments and plans for online gambling and be available for in-depth discussions in interactive Rhadames Killy, General Counsel, ARJEL France break-out sessions Moderated by: John Hagan, Partner, Harris Hagan Sponsored by: Lars Runov, Head of Online, Danske Spil Track Three: Innovation in practice Zarko Zuvela, Games Development Director, Croatian Lottery Kevin Gass, Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Chaired by: Catriona Campbell, Founder and Director, Foviance British Columbia Lottery Corporation Barak Matalon, Founder and CEO, Neogames 12:00 – 13:00 Keynote marketing panel: Focus on the Marcus Geiss, Managing Director, Giochi24 (subsidiary of MyLotto24) latest trends and opportunities in online and Moderated by: Martin Oelbermann, Owner, MECN affiliate marketing, loyalty programmes, 9th Annual European iGaming Congress and Expo 9
  • Programme Track Two: Regulations and new markets Based on what if scenarios … discuss and plan in groups the look and feel of the iGaming site for popular and respected brands. This gets you out of your own universe to come up with brand values that you could and should Sponsored by: then implement into your customer proposition. Roundtable hosts: Chaired by: Tony Coles, Partner, Jeffrey Green Russell Simon Burrell, Director, Gaming Sports Marketing Willem Van Oort, MD, Gran Via Online 15:00 – 16:00 Regulations and industry panel: Assessing Alex Czajkowski, Founder and CEO, eGaming 2.0 the implications of the regulations for the Anton Bell, Partner, Gaming Edge Associates industry and adopting the right market Francois-Xavier Nottin, Independent Consultant strategy in regulating markets Catriona Campbell, Founder and Director, Foviance • Address the implications of the recent ECJ rulings Moderated by: Angus Nisbet, Head of Gaming, Rank Interactive • Local vs. global strategies 16:30 – 17:00 Product innovation in sportsbetting – making • Will there be a clear split between off-shore operators and those seeking the most of in-running betting and catching the local licences? up with in-play leaders • Are partnerships with local companies the best way forward as an expansion strategy? Sponsored by: • Media, lotteries, land-based casinos – who can offer the first-mover advantage? • Creating a value-add for customers in regulated jurisdictions; going Ian Hutchinson, Sales Director, Betgenius beyond bonuses in newly regulated markets where high taxes affect your Mark Locke, Commercial Director, Betgenius margins • Spotlight on France 16:30 – 17:30 Legal roundtables in Expo hall: Sponsored by: Join three 20 minute rounds of interactive discussions on legal and business opportunities in different jurisdictions worldwide: Per Hellberg, CEO, Nordic Gaming Group France and Belgium – Thibault Verbiest, Partner, ULYS Law Firm Isabelle Parize, Chairwoman, Mangas Gaming Italy – Quirino Mancini, Partner, SCM Partners Tjeerd Veenstra, Vice-President, The European Lotteries, and Director, Germany – Wulf Hambach, Partner, Hambach and Hambach Law Firm De Lotto (The Netherlands) Spain & Latin America – Santiago Asensi, Partner, Asensi Abogados Mauro de Fabritiis, International Development, Partner, MAG Consulenti Carlos Fonseca, CEO, Gaming Law S.A.C. Antonio Costanzo, Business Development, Regulated Markets, bwin The Netherlands – Justin Franssen, Partner, Van Mens & Wisselink N.V. Diane Mullenex, Partner, Ichay & Mullenex UK – Stephen Ketteley, Partner, Berwin Leighton Paisner Moderated by: Tony Coles, Partner, Jeffrey Green Russell Asia – Tom Lippiett, Associate, Berwin Leighton Paisner Poland – Piotr Dynowski, Senior Associate, Bird & Bird California – Martin Owens, Owner, Law Offices of Martin Owens Jr. Florida – Melanie Brenner, Executive Director, Poker Voters of America 16:00 – 16:30 Next in payments: Focus on emerging markets Canada – Michael Lipton, Senior Partner, Dickinson Wright Review alternative payments solutions that address regulatory challenges in Congressional bills – Linda Shorey, Partner, K&L Gates difficult markets Denmark – Nina Henningsen, Partner and Attorney-at-law, Horten New Jersey – Robert W. Stocker II, Partner, Dickinson Wright and Joe Sponsored by: Brennan Jr., Chairman, iMEGA Kamran Hedjri, Managing Director, CQR Payments 17.30 – 18.00 Closing keynote: Connecting your brand and Paul Coxhill, Marketing Director, Ukash vision with today’s and tomorrow’s customer Moderated by: Adriaan Brink, CEO, iCoins • How to build a meaningful and long lasting relationship with your customers through your brand • What customers are looking for from a brand Track Three: Innovation in practice • Lessons learned from past entrepreneurial ventures on delivering on a brand’s promise Chaired by: Anton Bell, Partner, Gaming Edge Associates B.J. Cunningham, Serial Entrepreneur and Member, 15.00 – 15:30 CRM, retention and tailoring your customers’ Council of Business Superbrands experience to increase their lifetime value 18:00 End of EiG Conference Day Two • Creating a customer-centric business architecture and deeper understanding of customer behaviour 18:30 Expo closes • Adapting to changing consumer behaviours 21:00 till late EiG SafeCharge Party in Park café • Leveraging your database to build more personalised approach to customer • Drawing parallels with other industries (e.g. banking, telecoms) and using their best practice Dr. Nicola Millard, Customer Experience Futurologist, BT Global Services 15:30 – 16:30 What if … Creative thinking for the whole team: Learn from your peers in this engaging and interactive scenario-based format: What if … Google, Nike, Apple, Tesco, Zynga … launched online gambling tomorrow? 10 9th Annual European iGaming Congress and Expo
  • Programme Day Three, Thursday, 21 October 2010 12:30 – 13:30 US industry partnership panel: Devising your market entry strategy and positioning 09:00 EiG registration opens your company to capitalise on the 09:30 Expo opens changing iGaming regulations in the USA – commercial partnerships, stakeholders’ 10:00 – 11:00 strategies and product development to EiG MegaDebate 2: Future market leaders: Securing your share in appeal to the US player the increasingly competitive marketplace by exploiting technology developments, innovative business models, niche products and • Strategies to establish a foothold in the USA – partnerships, acquisitions, new audiences today’s legal and operational business models • Beating the challenges of localised regulations that tend to favour the • Launching online operations in today’s regulated markets to gain expertise mainstream and local brands and be ready for the opening of the US iGaming • Is it possible to grow through innovation? Finding the balance between • Analysing partnerships as the optimal route to market – how, who and innovation and branding when? • Identifying growth areas and securing your first-mover advantage Michael Brodsky, Executive Chairman, Youbet.com Christian Heap, Director of International Development, Sportech • Going beyond Europe … Paul Matthews, Interactive Gaming Consultant, Co-founder, WagerWorks Jim Tabilio, Chairman, Secured American Games Sponsored by: Moderated by: Adam Rosenberg, Managing Director, Global Head of Gaming Group, Goldman Sachs Malcolm Graham, CEO, PKR Alex Dreyfus, CEO, Chili Poker Almir Ribeiro, CEO, Betboo Hans Thomas Gross, Chairman, Runningball Track Two: Innovation in practice – Marketing Daniel Phillips, CEO, Chartwell Games channels Moderated by: Warwick Bartlett, CEO, Global Betting and Gaming Consultants Chaired by: Darren Pollard, Mobile Gambling Consultant, Mayfair Mobile Gaming 11:30 – 12:15 ‘The future is mobile’ keynote case study: 11:00 – 11:30 Revival post-EiG party coffee and breakfast Leveraging the reach of iPhones and popularity break – gain forces to network and learn even of mobile apps to make mobile gambling a more profitable channel for your business Sponsored by: • Thousands of new apps are created every day – how can you claim a stake in this growing market • From 10% to 50% - harnessing the influx of players via mobile and Track One: Regulations and new markets – USA in converting them to your regular customers the spotlight • Creating an appealing mobile gaming proposition • Innovations in mobile payments Sponsored by: Sponsored by: Chaired by: Michael P ollock, Managing Director, Spectrum Gaming Group Matti Zinder, Managing Partner and CEO, Spiral Solutions/Spin3 11:30 – 11:45 North American update: Reconciling stakeholders’ interests – drivers and 12:15 – 12:45 Betable case study: Fully integrating social obstacles in iGaming regulations in the USA media into your customer proposition and Michael Pollock, Managing Director, Spectrum Gaming Group game design • Is gambling compatible with social media? – Analysing why online 11:45 – 12:15 USA keynote: Driving the changes for the gambling companies have struggled to harness the potential of social creation of the federal iGaming regulatory networks and communities framework – Harrah’s perspective • Key facts and trends you need to know to successfully implement a social • Why internet gaming for a land-based casino? Assessing the pros media-driven proposition and cons • Encouraging transactions in social networks • Federal vs. intrastate debate Christopher Griffin, Founder and CEO, Betable • Addressing the risk of customer base cannibalisation 12:45 – 13:30 Social media project: Developing a social • Identifying the optimal regulatory model media strategy for your company Jan Jones, Senior Vice President, Communications/Government Relations, • Benchmark with other consumer brands and implement their best Harrah’s practice in your marketing 12:15 – 12:30 State perspective on iGaming regulations – • Facebook, Twitter, Digg, Youtube … – Where do you need to be and where New Jersey it’s a waste of time Bill Pascrell III, Partner, Princeton Public Affairs Group, Inc. Maggie Fox, CEO, Social Media Group 9th Annual European iGaming Congress and Expo 11
  • Networking Networking Events The Official EiG SafeCharge Party Time: 2100 - Late, Wednesday 20th October Welcome networking Location: Park Cafe, Osterbrogade 79, 2100 Copenhagen Time: 1000 – 1300, Tuesday 19th October We have selected one of Copenhagen’s top bars and nightclubs - Location: Bella Center Entrance Hall by the EiG registration desk comfortable, but smart and clubby - so we can guarantee a great Three hours of networking right at the beginning of EiG during atmosphere for networking, relaxation and catching up with your registration. peers. Don’t forget that you will need to be wearing your wrist band to gain entry to the party. Speed networking Further networking opportunities, net- Time: 1210 - 1300, Tuesday 19th October Location: EiG expo hall working tools and meeting spots! An opportunity to get quick introductions to a number of EiG Day Planner and Meeting Service – New completely new people, speak to them for 2-3 minutes, learn what they do and how they can help your business, and to for 2010! exchange business cards. Hopefully you have already booked some meetings and planned your time by using the all new day planner and meeting service. Expo Drinks Reception sponsored by If you haven’t already, there is still time to make use of it. Time: 1730 – 1930, Tuesday 19th October Location: EiG expo hall The Microgaming Bar This is the big opening networking event on day one with No doubt the Microgaming Bar will once again be the focal point another two full hours of networking including an open bar. of the exhibition and the perfect place for casual meetings. EiG Kick-Off Party – New for 2010! Expo Hall Cafe – New for 2010! Time: 2100 – Late, Tuesday 19th October Located at the back of the EiG expo hall, this new café feature Location: Rosie McGee’s, Vesterbrogade 2A, 1620 København V has plenty of seating and sells a refreshing range of drinks and snacks. Start big with this extra networking party at a laidback bar in the Tivoli area. Network, discuss Day One sessions and have fun with your peers. Expo Meeting Zone – New for 2010! A quiet area at the front of the expo hall featuring different seating options. EiG SafeCharge Party venue: Park Cafe 9th Annual European iGaming Congress and Expo 13