GSA focuses on Europe and offers a path forward for technology and standards at ICE
Attendees at the recent ICE Totally Gaming tradeshow were “shown the path forward for technology and standards”, thanks to two panels presented by the Gaming Standards Association (GSA).
“This is a turning point in the gaming industry’s history, and at ICE, we showed we have a choice: use technology to advance the industry or let it overwhelm us. At GSA, we are encouraged about gaming’s future, and stand ready to help the industry find the path forward,” said GSA President Peter DeRaedt.
GSA presented its “GSA Briefing”, comprised of two important panels for CTOs and technology managers.
The first panel discussion, “Gaming Innovation in Regulated Markets,” addressed innovation in gaming. The session focused on how technical regulatory standards could address future technologies for faster adoption and speed to market.
GSA then turned to online for the panel discussion, “Online Gaming Regulation in Europe,” with a focus on technical standards. The panel discussed the questions: Are there too many online gaming regulations in Europe, and if so, can the industry use technology to address problems of convergence and harmonization?