More than 70 members and friends of the Isle of Man Junior Chamber of Commerce attended a special eGaming meeting last night. Speaker Warwick Bartlett told the group: “I think the single biggest issue facing the eGaming sector for the next five to six years is going to be changes to law. That’s whether the United States market will open up and whether the free market will win out in Europe.”
Warwick has more than 40 years’ continuous experience in the betting and gambling industry. He is currently chairman of the Association of British Bookmakers (ABB) and has previously served as chairman of the Bookmakers’ Committee to the Levy Board. His firm, Global Betting and Gaming Consultants (GBGC), is an independent, specialist consultancy dedicated to providing data, research and advice to the international gambling industry.
The Isle of Man Junior Chamber of Commerce is a group with an extensive range of business-related activities and events organised throughout the year. Members come from a wide and interesting range of backgrounds covering every aspect of Island business – tourism, trades, finance, agriculture etc.