Masterclass IMGL

Masterclass held by lawyers, members of the International Masters of Gaming Law – IMGL – in the Central European Gambling Summit 2022 program.

Central European Gambling Summit 2022 – CEGS22 – has a very varied and attractive program in both its days.

The program for the first day, May 24, includes a Masterclass session given by lawyers, members of the International Masters of Gaming Law – IMGL and moderated by Cosmina Simion, Partner at the law firm Simion & Baciu, herself a member of IMGL.

Under the title “Gambling Regulatory challenges in Europe, 2022 and what does the future look like”, the panel proposes the following topics for debate:

– advertising (case study UK vs. Italy, Spain etc),

– recognition notices vs. full licenses in Malta,

– virtual and fantasy games regulated vs. not regulated – how does the future look like,

– gambling with fiat money vs. crypto currency.

Together with Cosmina Simion the proposed topics will be discussed by:
– Dr. Ian Gauci – Managing Partner, GTG Advocates & Afilexion Alliance
– Piotr Dynowski – Partner, Bird & Bird Law Firm

IMGL is a non-profit association of gaming experts from around the world who are dedicated to education and the exchange of professional information and advice.

The IMGL Masterclass panel is scheduled to take place on May 24 at around 11:15.

The exhibition that will take place throughout the two days will run from 10:00 to 17:00 and can be visited FREE of CHARGE!

Those interested in attending the conference can obtain aditional info at

Proiect de Program

Partners of the CEGS22 event are:
DIAMOND partner: IGT
PLATINUM partner – BMM testlabs.
GOLD partner – DGL PRO and Get’s Bet companies and ROMBET association.
SILVER partner – Superbet and Game World.
Partner for Legislation – Simion & Baciu.
Partners – ExPlayner, Smart Games and Romanian Bookmakers.

The full draft of the program of the Central European Gambling Summit 2022 can be found HERE.

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