SÁB 23 DE OCTUBRE DE 2021 - 21:09hs.
Current Hebara’s Executive Director

Amilton Noble is new member of the OAB/DF Gaming Law Commission

Amilton Noble, Director of Hebara, has just taken over as a member of the Gaming Law Council of the Brazilian Bar Association – Federal District Section. On his social networks, he thanked the organization for being welcomed and congratulated the management for the sports betting event that took place last last Friday (30). “I hope to contribute with the President, Sérgio Garcia Alves, and with all the members of the Commission to debate issues related to the release of gaming in Brazil, in addition to the expansion of the State Lotteries,” he said.

After the 2nd Seminar “The Rules of Gaming” that debated sports betting last last Friday (30), Amilton Noble highlighted “the participation of the competent Dr. Maria Luiza Kurban Jobim, lawyer at the FYMSA office, and Hugo Llanos Chacon, CEO of Aquila Global Group, which operates in the sports betting segment in Colombia, under the mediation of Bárbara Teles, General Secretary of the Commission, in an event very well conducted and with very relevant topics.”

Amilton Noble has been working for more than 20 years at Hebara, responsible for creating successful products in Rio de Janeiro, such as the multiple chances lottery and the instant lottery, which have raised R$1.8 billion in just the last ten years.

 

 

In his term of office at the OAB/DF Gaming Law Commission, the Hebara executive promised to “maintain, defend and comply with the principles and purposes of the OAB, exercise with dedication and ethics the duties delegated to me and fight for dignity, independence, prerogatives and valorization of the law.”

When thanking for joining the Committee, Amilton Noble said: “I hope to contribute with the President, Sérgio Garcia Alves, and with all the members of the Committee to discuss issues related to the release of the gaming sector in Brazil, in addition to the expansion of the State Lotteries. It is very important for the segment to have environments like this, where discussions are held at a high level.”

Source: GMB