The first table corresponded to new technologies, was moderated by Cecilia Pastor and Antonino Juan Flores, Pablo Salazar, José Ignacio Arbea, Tiago de Andrade Horta Barbosa and Felipe Masa intervened.
The first of the discussion tables, focused on everything related to new technologies, was presented and moderated by Cecilia Pastor, Deputy Director General of Gambling Inspection at the Directorate General for the Regulation of Gambling.

In the first place, he gave way to Antonino Juan Flores, Second Inspector of the Business Fraud Group of the National Police, who began his speech by discussing the potential danger that new payment methods could have in combination with the new technologies available today. .

He placed special emphasis on the use of cryptocurrencies, whose adoption is increasing and which are beginning to be used as a payment method in casinos and other gaming options. These new technologies offer new challenges, but also strengths.

Next, it was Pablo Salazar's turn remotely, National Expert on Service Commission at the European Center against Serious and Organized Crime of EUROPOL, whose argument revolved around the manipulation of sporting events due to large bets.

He began by explaining the different legal resolutions created to fight against past scandals and how they have led to the creation of the "Corruption in Sport" project in 2014. He also discussed EUROPOL's mission in this regard, which is to review all the information provided by the member states, in order, when the time comes, to act in the event of situations involving more than one country.

He picked up the witness José Ignacio Arbea, head of the LaLiga Integrity area, who discussed the commitment of sports federations and organizations to the fight against the manipulation of results.

He focused his speech on unraveling past corruption plots in international football and explaining how the LaLiga Integrity Program works, which is based on three pillars: prevention, monitoring and warning, and lastly, investigation and reporting. To do this, they use a system called "LaLiga Fraud Detection System", which he analyzes its method of operation.

The Brazilian market was commented by Tiago de Andrade Horta Barbosa, Chief Inspector at the Ministry of Justice and Public Security. This, he reviewed the history of the gaming sector in the Latin American country and put in context in what regulatory situation they currently find themselves. He also explained the difficulties they are facing and what form the Regulatory Framework will have to end up moving forward soon.

Finally, Felipe Masa from EY intervened, on behalf of Ceuta, intervened, highlighting the position of technological hub of the Autonomous City, wielding the steps they have followed to reach this point.

Among the advantages, which he comments, they offer to services such as online gaming, are the tax discounts, which makes functional operators in Spanish territory, can stay in Ceuta, enjoying a reduction in taxes.

He also appealed that Ceuta has been able to adapt perfectly to the challenges caused by COVID19 and showed that with a good technological network, they can offer services remotely.

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