Dan Spencer Announced as Keynote Speaker for Sustainable Gambling Conference

EPIC Global Solutions has announced that Dan Spencer, the director of safer gambling and a Compliance Rising Star Awards winner at the 2023 VIXIO GamblingCompliance Global Regulatory Awards, will be attending the Sustainable Gambling Conference 2024. The conference is scheduled for March 20 at the Kia Oval in London, from 8:45 AM to 5:30 PM BST.

This announcement comes after the leading independent consultancy with a focus on gambling harm minimization revealed that Spencer would be participating in two upcoming conferences in February and March. Due to high demand for his expertise in gambling-related harm, Spencer will play the role of a panelist, moderator, and breakout session leader during the events.

The purpose of his participation is to explain the importance of employing a prevention-based method to mitigate the risk of gambling harm. The Sustainable Gambling Conference will have the theme “Safer gambling: A look into the future” and will feature speakers from leading international brands, including KPMG, Rdentify, Gamban, TransUnion, and EGBA.

Spencer will provide consultation and training to key industry players and lead a breakout session on the topic of “Duty of care: how to make it work for all stakeholders.” The breakout session can be attended virtually or in person by registering on a dedicated platform.

During the conference, Spencer will be joined by EPIC’s safer gambling manager, Craig Cornforth, on a panel discussion showcasing the lived experience of harm related to gambling. Spencer, committed to fostering a safer gambling environment globally, will also bring his robust background in compliance and developmental training to the spotlight.

His expertise has reached 28 countries, and he has received various industry awards for his commitment to protecting players. In December, EPIC Global Solutions, together with Entain Foundation US and Major League Baseball, announced a new program dedicated to tackling gambling issues in minor league baseball.