What's Happening This Year

What is the WrB series?


The WrB (World Regulatory Briefing) brand has long been the preferred platform for high-profile Government, Regulators, Operators and Suppliers from across the international iGaming industry to discuss current and future regulation.

Always on the pulse of emerging jurisdictions, WrB’s reactive portfolio delivers primary business intelligence into areas such as market entry, growth channels, consumer profiling and regulatory sustainability – a cost effective and crucial knowledge base in a politically fragmented environment.

With briefings across the globe our customers are guaranteed commercially competitive, real-time information to help grow their international presence.


What's happening this year at WrB London?


After a successful third year, WrB London returns to further explore the links between responsibility, sustainability and profitability.

The 2018 edition sees the launch of our first ever Diversity and Inclusion workshop, an hour of collaborative thinking on how to overcome reputational issues, build a more inclusive workplace environment and attract a more diverse range of talent. The workshop will be led by Dr. Aziz Alajaji from myGwork, David Balls of Rank Group, and Steve Kenzie, Executive Director, UN Global Compact Network UK

WrB London will also feature a European regulatory update covering key developments from across the region such as Italy’s new Unique Self-Exclusion Register, the Swedish regulator’s increasing focus on responsibility, and the implementation of eLudo and CAJR in Spain. Hear from the UKGC on the reasoning behind their £18 million+ fines and learn how to add to that sum in the future…

Tier one operators such as Betway, Caesar’s Entertainment and Kindred will be discussing the impact of advertising legislation on their businesses, how to minimise spend on responsible gambling by harnessing pre-existing tools, and the value of the personal versus the tech approach to intervention.

Jesper Karrbrink will return to update you on the on-going effectiveness of Mr Green’s ground-breaking Green Gaming Tool, and don’t miss our CEO Panel: Minimising the Tension between Commercial and Sustainability Goals.

Other key topics of discussion for the day include designing games in a responsible way, cross-industry collaboration for a more profitable industry, and a guide to customer interaction in the digital age.

Join us on 17th October to turn the conversation around responsible gambling and social responsibility from one of fear and retro-fitting into one of opportunity and forward thinking.