The 30th Conference of Gaming Regulators European Forum (GREF) will be held in Cyprus following a unanimous decision of its Council, it was announced on Monday.
The conference will take place in Limassol, between May 21 and 23.
The subject for GREF 2019 will be “Exploring the boundaries between gambling and financial regulation”.
“In choosing Cyprus, GREF made a very important move that brings Cyprus forward at the forefront of the developments regarding regulation of gaming and casino,” the announcement said.
“It also recognises the great work done by Cyprus Gaming and Casino Supervision Commission and the progress achieved in such a short time, building bridges with international organisations and reaching to the point of hosting a conference of this importance at a European level.”
The European Gaming Regulators Forum has two main objectives: to provide a forum in which European gaming regulators can meet, exchange views and information and discuss policy on matters gaming; and on special occasions and with the agreement of participants represent the different views of European Gaming Regulators and also provide a central point of contact for enquiries directed at them from authorities or related organisations in Europe and elsewhere.
This year’s conference will be addressed by Deputy Minister of Tourism Savvas Perdios.