Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Risks in the Online Gaming Sector

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  • When: May 9, 2018
  • Time: 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
  • Level: Intermediate, Advanced

Online gaming, including social gaming, mobile gaming, free-to-play and pay-to-play multiplayer gaming is expected to generate $1 trillion in total revenue by 2021. Vulnerable to some types of criminal exploitation arising from cross border activity, the use of alternative payment systems and ease of access to gaming sites, the online gaming segment and the risks it can pose continues to evolve in both size and complexity. Our panel of experts will provide up-to-date information on online gaming market trends, industry standards and regulations, and best practices to combat fraudulent players and activity.

Learning Objectives

  • Analyzing how online gaming is used by criminals to mask and launder money including gold farming, glitching and duping
  • Examining recent case studies to determine applicable lessons for mitigating online gaming-based financial crime risks
  • Tracing common typologies and detailing best practices to spot, combat and report suspicious online gaming activities
  • Reviewing AML best practices for online gaming according to the American Gaming Association’s Code of Conduct for Responsible Gaming

Who Should Attend

  • Gaming Industry Compliance Officers
  • Bankers with Gaming Industry Clients
  • Legal/Audit Advisors to Gaming Organizations


  • Global
  • North America
  • Gaming/Casino
  • Banking
  • Legal


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Angel Swift
  • Angel P. Nguyen Swift, CAMS

  • Vice President – Compliance and Financial Crimes Solutions
  • Enigma


  • Paul Camacho, CAMS

  • Vice President of AML Compliance
  • Station Casinos

Nishi K. Gupta
  • Nishi K. Gupta

  • Vice President, Global Risk, Banking & Compliance
  • American Express

Kathleen McGee
  • Kathleen McGee

  • Counsel
  • Lowenstein Sandler LLP