AIGF Will Be Hosting The India Gaming Conclave Event

AIGF will be hosting the 2nd model of their annual IP event


The All India Gaming Federation (AIGF) is committed to dealing with issues pertaining to the Gaming industry and its stakeholders, through knowledge papers, conferences, events, discussions, press briefings etc. Since its inception in 2016, AIGF has been in the forefront, working with relevant policy makers to demonstrate the benefits of having a legalized and regulated market place here.

The All India Gaming Federation (AIGF) will be hosting the 2nd model of their annual IP event on 29th May 2018 featuring several matters including online poker, rummy and fantasy gaming. The Lalit Hotel of New Delhi, India will be hosting the India Gaming Conclave event, with guests set to be a part of discussions relating key issues like skill games industry investments, legislation of advertising, liable gaming and regulated market taxation.

The visitor of honor through the India Gaming Conclave will be Chairman Legislation Commission of India, Justice Balbir Singh Chauhan. Several others may also be attending the the function including Justice R.V. Eswar, a former judge of the Delhi High Court as well as football icon Mr. Bhaichung Bhutia, among several others.

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The IP event will also start to see the intro of the AIGF advisory panel as well as skill games charters. Regarding to AIGF, the panel will consist of six participants who are believed recognized experts in financing, academia, legislation & order, data knowledge and psychiatry. The panel will oversee the skill games charters and also maintain charge of in charge gaming initiatives.

CEO of AIGF, Roland Landers, commented on the 2018 model of the India Gaming Conclave in a press release by saying: “Were delighted to felicitate our eminent advisory panel at the India Gaming Conclave 2018. It really is satisfying to get succeeded in piecing together good governance initiatives for our participants through the self- legislation charters and third-party audits that augurs very well for the growing skill gaming Industry in India.

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