Agenda: European Safer Gambling Week 2023 – old news
The European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA) is pleased to announce the agenda of the upcoming European Safer Gambling Week (ESGW) which is taking place on 13-17 November 2023.
ESGW is an annual cross-border campaign to raise awareness about safer gambling in Europe. Established by EGBA in 2021, the initiative is supported by EGBA, its members, other gambling operators, and a group of European online gambling associations who come together each year to have open and honest conversations about safer gambling.
The objective of ESGW is to:
- Raise awareness about safer gambling.
- Provide customers with the information they need to gamble safely.
- Signpost the resources and help available for those who need it.
- Discuss the latest developments in regulations and research.
This 3rd edition of the initiative is supported by 18 European online gambling associations, including the EGBA and its members, and there will be a range of events, activities and a social media campaign taking place across Europe to raise awareness about safer gambling.
The agenda for the week can be found below and registration for these events is entirely free. More events will be added to the agenda in the coming weeks.
|Date||Time||Topic and information||Organiser||Country||Format||Register|
|Monday 13 November||15.00 – 16.30 CET||Gambling policies and regulations: some examples 2||GBGA / Centre of Excellence in Responsible Gambling||Gibraltar||Webinar||REGISTER HERE|
|Tuesday 14 November||09.30 – 13.00 EET||Register of self-excluded persons and Public Knowledge on the Game||LiAB||Latvia||In-person||By invitation|
|11.00 – 12.00 CET||Markers of Harm: Trustworthy Tools to Minimise Gambling-Related Harm||EGBA||Belgium||Webinar||REGISTER HERE|
|14.00 – 17.00 CET||Conference on safeguarding gambling industry employees against problem gambling||GBGA / Centre of Excellence in Responsible Gambling||Gibraltar||In-person||REGISTER HERE|
|16.00 – 20.00 CET||Player protection in a digital world||BAGO||Belgium||In-person||REGISTER HERE|
|Wednesday 15 November||09.00 – 18.00 CET||Social media campaign about relationship between integrity and safer gambling||IBIA||Europe-wide||Social media campaign||N/A|
|15.00 – 16.30 CET||International Experts Address Rise in Gambling Problems in Denmark||Spillebranchen||Denmark||Webinar||By invitation|
|15.00 – 16.45 CET||Safer gambling forum||EGR||UK||Webinar||REGISTER HERE|
|Thursday 16 November||09.00 – 12.45 CET||Safer and Responsible Gambling: How to further enhance player protection ?||AFJEL||France||In-person||By invitation|
|11.00 – 12.00 CET||Safer Gambling Interactions: How to Measure Success?||EGBA||Belgium||Webinar||REGISTER HERE|
|Friday 17 November||12.00 – 13.00 CET||What do the Swedish people think they know about the gambling industry?||BOS||Sweden||In-person||REGISTER HERE|
 AFJEL – Association Française dex Jeux en Ligne; AOJND – Asociația Organizatorilor de Jocuri de Noroc la Distanță (Romania); APAJO – Associação Portuguesa de Apostas e Jogos Online (Portugal); BAGO – Belgian Association of Gaming Operators (Belgium); BGAA – Bulgarian Gambling Association; BGC – Betting and Gaming Council (UK); BOS – Branschföreningen för Onlinespel (Sweden); EGBA – European Gaming and Betting Association (Europe); DOCV – Deutsche Online Casinoverband; GBGA – Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association (Gibraltar); IBA – Irish Bookmakers Association (Ireland); IBIA – International Betting Integrity Association (International); iGEN – iGaming Executives Network (Malta); JDigital – Asociación Española de Juego Digital (Spain); LiAB – Latvian Interactive Gambling Association (Latvia); NBO – Norsk Bransjeforening for Onlinespill (Norway); NOGA – the Netherlands Online Gambling Association (Netherlands); Rahapeliala – Rahapeliala Ry (Finland).
The European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA) is the Brussels-based trade association representing the leading online gambling operators established, licensed, and regulated within the EU, including bet365, Betsson Group, Entain, Flutter, Kindred Group, and 888 William Hill. EGBA works together with national and EU authorities and other stakeholders towards a well-regulated and well-channelled online gambling market which provides a high level of consumer protection and takes account of the realities of the internet and online consumer demand. EGBA member companies meet rigorous regulatory standards and collectively have 267 online gambling licenses, serving 31.2 million customers, across 22 different European countries. They represent approximately one-third of Europe’s online gambling gross gaming revenue (GGR).