Online Gaming Summit Brazil has started

Very important issues on Brazilian gaming landscape are being addressed at OGS 2019.

OGS Brazil (, a key gathering space for online gaming and sports betting, has opened its sessions and debates today and will also continue tomorrow. The second edition of this event is bringing together suppliers, operators, regulators, politicians and authorities to discuss the next steps in regulation and present trends for development of the sector in Brazil.

More than 300 professionals are reunited at the Allianz Parque in São Paulo, Brazil, in a meeting that includes conferences, an exhibition area of gaming industry products, solutions and services, and opportunities to network.

Paulo Guedes, Minister of Finance, and Sergio Jardim, Director, Clarion Events Brazil, made the official opening of OGS. Day 1 offers a wide agenda of important issues, such as Gambling in Brazil: The Economic Outlook for this new Market; The Regulation of Sports Betting and the legacy for other Gaming Modes; Step by Step of Sports Betting Regulation; Technologies to Guarantee Responsible Gambling and Consumer Protection; and How do the Mechanisms of Control of Gambling and Money Laundering Work in Practice.

The second day of the summit will have more relevant subjects to listen and learn (as well as a commercial area and some networking possibilities): Earnings, Integrity and More: The Impact of the Betting Market on Football and Other Sports; Gaming Publicity in Brazil; Best International Practices in Regulation: Success Stories and Challenges; and Law Enforcement: The Paths to Fight Illegal Gaming.

Some of the speakers for this event will be Fabio Augusto Luiz Pina (Minister of Finance, Brazil); Witoldo Hendrich Junior (Abra Jogo Online, Online IPS); Michael Pollock (National Council of Legislators from Gaming States, NCLGS); Evandro Roman (Chamber of Deputies, Brazil); Waldir Eustáquio Marques Júnior (Ministry of Finance, Brazil); Karen Sierra-Hughes (GLI); Fabio Tibéria (International Gaming Consultant); Ilana Klein (Playtech); Ricardo Magri (Sportradar); Rafael Favetti (CABMMA); Daniel Cossi (CBDEL); Sergio Domenici (LNB); Paulo Saad (Grupo Bandeirantes de Comunicação); Juliana Albuquerque (CONAR); Rodrigo Alves (Sports Betting Brazilian Association – Abaesp); Marzia Turrini (BMM Testlabs); Hervé Schlosser (Sportnco); Francesco Rodano (Playtech); Pierre Tournier (Betting and Gaming Council); Rui Magalhães (Storil Sol Digital); Braulio Melo (Chamber of Deputies, Brazil); João Carlos Bacelar (Chamber of Deputies, Brazil); Frederico Skora (Federal Police Office); Paulo Castilho (Prosecutor at São Paulo State Public Prosecutors Office); and Newton Cardoso Jr (Chamber of Deputies, Brazil), among others.