Paf Responsible Gaming Summit 2015

29th September 2015 10:00 - 21:00

Location: Alandica Congress Center in Mariehamn, the Åland Islands



Play among friends -
Knowledge sharing for a safer online gaming environment

The purpose of Paf Responsible Gaming Summit is to increase awareness about responsible gaming by inviting the gaming industry and its stakeholders. We wish to have an open dialogue with all of you operators, partners, academics and decision makers to learn from each other and share best practices.


Speaker videos available on Youtube
Speaker presentations available on Slideshare
Event pictures available on flickr



09:30 - 10:30 Registration & coffee

10:30 - 11:00 Welcome and Introduction to Paf Responsible Gaming Summit

11:00 - 12:00 Designing Responsible Gaming Behavior

Being a player should be easy, safe and good and hence ensure retention, satisfaction and long term relations. So how do we put practice behind ambitions and create a safe gaming environment? We need to understand what is driving our human behaviour and actions. During this presentation we will be guided through the basics of behavioral economics and how it can be applied.

12:00 - 13:00 Lunch




13:00 - 14:30 Responsible gaming from an international perspective

What are the regulatory best-practice solutions to foster a responsible and healthy gaming industry? We look upon the topic from a regulator and researcher perspective to gain shared insights.

14:30-14:40 Short break

14:40-15:00 Launch of new research initiative

15:00-15:30 Coffee & Sandwich

15:30-17:00 Prevention and responsible gaming - what can we learn from each other?

There are different initiatives taken in the gaming industry to try new approaches, tools and processes when it comes to responsible gaming and prevention. What can we learn from each other and what is the result of the different initiatives?

Trends within Responsible Gaming

Gaming operators’ best practices and new approaches

Questions and reflections from the audience

17:00-17:15 Closing session

19:00 Dinner in Mariehamn (pre-registration)



Paf Responsible Gaming Summit 2013

Paf Partner Day 30th September 2015 09:00-16:00

Day 2, Invitees Only, a full day entirely dedicated to knowledge sharing and dialogue between Paf and Paf’s business partners. The purpose of the day is to increase knowledge about Paf and participating partners’ businesses, strategies and corporate cultures, with the aim of jointly finding methods and ideas on how to grow together and to strengthen our partnerships.

Questions? Please drop an e-mail to [email protected]!

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