The stakeholders in the gaming industry in Nigeria are
scheduled to meet in Lagos
on the importance of Know
Your Customers, KYC, verification and the benefits of
identifying customers..

The one-day event approved by the National Data
Protection Bureau,(NDPB)
will focus on the best ways to
inform the operators of existing laws governing the gaming industry, understanding
and addressing the difficulties of operating and sensitising the gaming industry
to minimise fraud as well as
breaches will hold on September 8th 2022 at the Oriental
Hotel, Victoria Island Lagos.
Four topics for presentations and discussions are:
Know Your Customers Verification in the gaming industry,
Gaming and Data Protection
Compliance – Implication for
Regulators, Operators and
Stakers, Cryptocurrency in
Gaming and Compliance Convergence through SEC Rules,
and Gaming Regulations in
West Africa & Velex as your
Compliance Partner.
The speakers at the event
are the Director General
National Lottery Regulation
Commission , NLRC, National Commissioner /CEO,
National Data Protection Bureau, Director General Security and Exchange Commission, SEC, and the Managing
Partner, Velex West Africa.
Velex West Africa, Nigeria
manages advisory and compliance services for gaming
brands in the West Africa
region. It currently manages
brands in the Benin Republic,
Cameroon, Ghana, Senegal,
Sierra Leone, Gambia, and
Velex has the site mandate to facilitate the gaming industry compliance
by the operators, and
strengthen relations between regulators and gaming operators.

The Lagos State government
has said that sawmillers in Okobaba area of the state will possibly move to the proposed site at
Agbowa, Ikorodu, by December.
The state Governor Babajide
Sanwo-Olu disclosed this on
Tuesday during the inspections
of ongoing works at the proposed
Timberville, Agbowa in Ikorodu.
Stating that the project was
conceived for quite a long time,
Sanwo-Olu added that his administration was determined
to complete it for the good of
the state economy.
The governor said that the
government had completed a
total of 160 two-bedroom flats,
as part of the facilities that were
available for the potential Okobaba Sawmillers who would occupy the Timberville, Agbowa.
Sanwo-Olu, who noted that
the construction of the access
road is in progress and will be
completed soon, added: ”We are
happy that within our government, we activated it back and
we have spent a lot of money to
be able to bring it to a usable and
a convenient situation

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