CEO of technical intelligence platform YieldSec, Ismail Vali, will share his views about the impact that illegal gaming operators and black market activity have on taxation, governments and stakeholders during the Global Gaming G2E Las Vegas. The event will take place at the Venetian Expo from 10th to 13th October. More than 18,000 industry delegates from around the world are expected to attend.
Mr Vali will deliver his keynote speech ‘Illegal operators and the marketplace’ which is on the agenda for Monday 10th October.
He is the founder of Yield Sec, a intelligence platform that protects the betting and casino marketplace from illegal and unlicensed operators.
He said that he is honoured to be joined by fellow speaker Michael Pollock whom he describes as an ‘industry hero’. He added that he is keen to demonstrate ‘a perfect solution for all legal stakeholders’.
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