National Symposium on The Future of Data Security and Compliance Metrics in the Gaming Industry in Nigeria Holds in Lagos


The Stakeholders in the Gaming industry in Nigeria are scheduled to meet in Lagos to
discuss the compliance requirements for gaming operators in Nigeria.

The one-day event in partnership with the National Data Protection Bureau, (NDPB) and
National Lottery Regulatory Commission (NLRC) will focus on sensitizing the operators
on the existing laws governing the gaming industry; understanding and addressing the
challenges of the operators on the implementation of Data Protection and Know Your
Customer (KYC) verification.

This event will hold on September 8th, 2022, at the Oriental
Hotel, Victoria Island Lagos and was set up in a bid to protect the integrity of the
industry as well as protect the rights of the customers.

Four topics for presentations and discussions are: Gaming and Data Protection
Compliance – Implication for Regulators, Operators and Stakers; The future of data
security; Know Your Customers Verification in the gaming industry; The future of
Cryptocurrency in Gaming and Compliance Convergence, and Gaming Regulations in
West Africa.

The speakers at the event are the National Commissioner /CEO, National Data
Protection Bureau (NDPB); Director General, National Lottery Regulation Commission
(NLRC); and the Managing Partner, Velex West Africa.

The one-day event is organized by Velex Advisory Limited, a compliance and advisory
firm for gaming brands in the West Africa region focused on bridging the gap and
strengthening relations between Regulators and Gaming Operators. The Firm currently
manages brands in Nigeria, Ghana, Cameroon, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Gambia, Liberia
and Benin Republic.

The National Symposium is open to gaming operators and other met officials in the
gaming industry in Nigeria for registration and reservation on

The gaming industry remains an attractive industry providing quality entertainment for
customers, with the possibility of winning.

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