'India Gaming Conclave' to be launched on March 17 in Delhi

New Delhi [India], Mar. 10 (ANI): All India Gaming Federation (AIGF) is all set to launch its annual IP event, 'India Gaming Conclave' on March 17 in New Delhi.

The conclave is going to be the first of its kind and promises immense pool of possibilities for the stakeholders associated with the Industry which is at a nascent stage in India.

India Gaming Conclave is an IP of AIGF, which is a one-stop platform for all the stakeholders of the gaming industry. The IGC is aimed to be an annual event for the stakeholders to converge and discuss on working towards a legalized and regulated gaming industry in India. The 'India Gaming Conclave' also aims at educating and creating awareness on all aspects of Gaming.

The inaugural event is planned to take place in association with FICCI and will see the presence of dignitaries including Law Commission Chairman, Justice Balbir Singh Chauhan, Member of Parliament and Supreme Court, Om PrakashYadav, Director Ministry of Electronics and IT who are examining the probabilities of leveraging the positives of the Gaming Industry in India.

The event comprises of launch of Gaming 360 which is AIGF's a one-stop portal for gaming related news and activities across India and around the globe.

The event will begin with a workshop which will create a roadmap on legal, business and regulatory elements for gaming operations in India. Following this will unfold sessions on GST and its implications, FDI, policy making and regulation, International best practices in cyber security & player protection & law enforcement.

The second half of the event will see dialogues between operators and stakeholders on the current issues in the industry. AIGF attempts to bring together various influencers & law makers to initiate legalization and regulation in gaming industry.

Roland Landers, CEO AIGF was quoted saying, "IGC is our effort to bring industry into limelight and provide it with a platform where stakeholders could express their opinions openly and get them addressed. We are really hoping that this will prove to be a stepping stone for our industry that holds immense potential for the future." (ANI)