2020 EVENT VIDEOS

Virtual breakout sessions with live Q&A

Innovating to eliminate harmful gambling

How can new tech improve integrity

Research

1st Breakout

Innovating to eliminate harmful gambling

Applying Data Science to monitor Problem Gambling

Karim Chikh, Head of LeCoR Analytics, Kindred

Karim Chikh
Head of LeCoR Analytics Kindred

How can AI be applied to detect problem gambling and what’s Kindred’s approach.

How can new tech improve integrity

Collaboration and tech: the stakes for sports betting integrity 

Silvia Paleari, Senior Public Affairs Manager, IBIA

Silvia Paleari
Senior Public Affairs Manager IBIA

Silvia Paleari, Senior Public Affairs Manager at the International Betting Integrity Association explains how technology helped to have better systems in place to ensure sports betting integrity and highlights what future developments should take into account in order to be effective.

Research

How can academic-industry research collaboratives advance the understanding and
mitigation of product risks?

Dr Jonathan Parke, Founder and Director, Sophro Ltd

Dr Jonathan Parke
Founder and Director Sophro Ltd

Understanding and reducing the risks of harm posed by gambling products is an emergent and integral element of safer gambling strategies. However, making gambling safer through design adjustments (to both games and their platforms) is a demanding, complex and contentious exercise.

Innovation through collaborative research with industry can accelerate progress in understanding
and upgrading product safety. In this session, we will consider how using examples.

Karim Chikh
Head of LeCoR Analytics Kindred

How can AI be applied to detect problem gambling and what’s Kindred’s approach.

Silvia Paleari
Senior Public Affairs Manager IBIA

Silvia Paleari, Senior Public Affairs Manager at the International Betting Integrity Association explains how technology helped to have better systems in place to ensure sports betting integrity and highlights what future developments should take into account in order to be effective.

Dr Jonathan Parke
Founder and Director Sophro Ltd

Understanding and reducing the risks of harm posed by gambling products is an emergent and integral element of safer gambling strategies.

However, making gambling safer through design adjustments (to both games and their platforms) is a demanding, complex and contentious exercise.

Innovation through collaborative research with industry can accelerate progress in understanding
and upgrading product safety. In this session, we will consider how using examples.

2nd Breakout

Innovating to eliminate harmful gambling

The Online Gambling Self-Exclusion Puzzle: Putting the Pieces Together

Jack Symons
CEO, GamBan

Jack Symons
CEO GamBan

An overview of effective self-exclusion, exploring tools, barriers, impact, characteristics,
improvements and the ongoing need for collaboration.

How can new tech improve integrity

Match-fixing in Swedish football – more common than you think

Johan Claesson 
Integrity Officer at the Swedish FA

Johan Claesson Integrity Officer at the Swedish FA

It will descripe the situation in Sweden and what we need to fight the problem.

Research

AI for Anti-Money Laundering in Online Gambling

Charitos Charitou
fourth year PhD student, Computer Science Department at City, University of London

Charitos Charitou
fourth year PhD student, Computer Science Department at City, University of London

We present the challenges that exist in Online Gambling and why is hard to detect money laundering. Further, we give an overview of the methods that we have been investigating to reduce the risk of money laundering in online gambling.

Jack Symons
CEO GamBan

An overview of effective self-exclusion, exploring tools, barriers, impact, characteristics,
improvements and the ongoing need for collaboration.

Johan Claesson
Integrity Officer at the Swedish FA

It will descripe the situation in Sweden and what we need to fight the problem.

Charitos Charitou
fourth year PhD student, Computer Science Department at City, University of London

We present the challenges that exist in Online Gambling and why is hard to detect money laundering. Further, we give an overview of the methods that we have been investigating to reduce the risk of money laundering in online gambling.

3rd Breakout

Innovating to eliminate harmful gambling

2020 Vision: Tough Choices To Futureproof Remote Gambling

Matt-Zarb Cousin
Director of Clean Up Gambling and Co-Founder of Gamban

Matt-Zarb Cousin
Director of Clean Up Gambling and Co-Founder of Gamban

The liberalization of remote gambling, combined with inadequate regulation and oversight, has led to a public backlash in a growing number of jurisdictions. This will undoubtedly lead to more restrictive laws in the UK in the imminent Gambling Act Review.

This presentation will argue why it is in the long-term interests of the sector to facilitate substantive reforms that may drastically alter operator business models.

How can new tech improve integrity

Sports Integrity: a betting industry perspective

Oliver Lamb
Head Sportsbook Controller, Kambi

Oliver Lamb
Head Sportsbook Controller Kambi

A look at how the industry’s responses to match fixing have evolved over the years, and how technology & further collaboration can shape this going forward

Research

Academics working collaboratively with the gambling industry: A personal overview

Professor Mark Griffiths
Nottingham Trent University

Professor Mark Grffiths
Nottingham Trent University

This talk will be a personal overview of how Professor Griffiths has worked with the gambling industry throughout his career, how research being funded by the gambling industry can be perceived and how it compares to other types of funded research, and how technological innovation within the gambling industry has moved the field of responsible gambling forward.

Matt-Zarb Cousin
Director of Clean Up Gambling and Co-Founder of Gamban

The liberalization of remote gambling, combined with inadequate regulation and oversight, has led to a public backlash in a growing number of jurisdictions. This will undoubtedly lead to more restrictive laws in the UK in the imminent Gambling Act Review. This presentation will argue why it is in the long-term interests of the sector to facilitate substantive reforms that may drastically alter operator business models.

Oliver Lamb
Head Sportsbook Controller Kambi

A look at how the industry’s responses to match fixing have evolved over the years, and how technology & further collaboration can shape this going forward

Professor Mark Grffiths Nottingham Trent University

This talk will be a personal overview of how Professor Griffiths has worked with the gambling industry throughout his career, how research being funded by the gambling industry can be perceived and how it compares to other types of funded research, and how technological innovation within the gambling industry has moved the field of responsible gambling forward.

4th Breakout

Innovating to eliminate harmful gambling

Digital training delivery and its role in creating a more sustainable and responsible industry.

Caty Illingworth
Head of Training and Development, Epic Risk Management

Caty Illingworth
Head of Training and Development, Epic Risk Management

EPIC will discuss the challenges of retaining focus on the importance of Safer Gambling training
during a pandemic, covering:

  • The human element of digital learning
  • Adapting our training approach during Covid
  • The importance of continuous development and developing the Safer Gambling leaders of the future

How can new tech improve integrity

Improving Integrity

Yasmin Hayden
Bug Bounty Specialist, HackerOne

Yasmin HaydenBug Bounty Specialist, HackerOne

HackerOne’s mission is to empower the world to build a safer internet. But what does this mean for those of us who are building it? As technology continues to innovate and evolve at rapid speeds, how do we maintain integrity and security?In this talk, bug bounty specialist Yasmin Hayden will examine these questions and look at the following:

  • How security can become more collaborative
  • How transparency and defaulting to disclosure can promote trust
  • How developers can innovate faster without security slowing them down

Research

Re-examining data as a first step towards collaboration to achieve innovation

Dr David Forsström
Researcher at the Department of Psychology, Stockholm University

Dr David Forsström
Researcher at the Department of Psychology, Stockholm University

Cases will be presented that highlight the need for new types of data and a renewal when it comes to analyzing data in order to able to answer questions about how responsible gambling might impact gamblers on an individual level.

When changing perspective in the way data is used, it will lead to innovation that will demand more a extensive collaboration between researchers and gambling companies.

Caty Illingworth
Head of Training and Development, Epic Risk Management

EPIC will discuss the challenges of retaining focus on the importance of Safer Gambling training during a pandemic, covering:

 

 

  • The human element of digital learning
  • Adapting our training approach during Covid
  • The importance of continuous development and developing the Safer Gambling leaders of the future

Yasmin Hayden
Bug Bounty Specialist, HackerOne

HackerOne’s mission is to empower the world to build a safer internet. But what does this mean for those of us who are building it? As technology continues to innovate and evolve at rapid speeds, how do we maintain integrity and security?

In this talk, bug bounty specialist Yasmin Hayden will examine these questions and look at the following:

 

  • How security can become more collaborative
  • How transparency and defaulting to disclosure can promote trust
  • How developers can innovate faster without security slowing them down

Dr David Forsström
Researcher at the Department of Psychology, Stockholm University

Cases will be presented that highlight the need for new types of data and a renewal when it comes to analyzing data in order to able to answer questions about how responsible gambling might impact gamblers on an individual level. When changing perspective in the way data is used, it will lead to innovation that will demand more a extensive collaboration between researchers and gambling companies.