iGaming Super Show announces keynote speaker

TAGs: American Gaming Association, Calvin Ayre, Frank Fahrenkopf, iGaming Super Show

igaming-super-show-keynote-speakerAs far as gaming conferences go there aren’t many that compare to the iGaming Super Show. Last year’s edition that took place in the Czech capital, Prague, saw all the best personalities in the gaming industry gather to network, drink, party, drink, and party. The most memorable of all these parties was the Launch Party complete with da boss in his very own super hero outfit.

Today the iGaming Super Show 2011, which takes place in Dublin from 25 – 26 May 2011, have announced a very different type of super hero’s attendance at the conference.

Frank J. Fahrenkopf, President of the American Gaming Association (AGA), highly regarded as an expert and advocate of US gambling regulation and law, will be delivering a keynote speech at the conference. After a long legal career that spanned 17 years working on trial and gaming law, he became the first chairman of the American Bar Association (ABA) Committee on Gaming Law.

“We are thrilled that Frank Fahrenkopf has agreed to come and share his expertise with attendees of the iGaming Super Show.” Alex Pratt, Head of iGaming Business, organisers of the event, stated. “He is certainly a fascinating speaker, especially with all the exciting regulatory changes happening in the US currently. We have an incredible line-up of speakers coming to the iGaming Super Show, which is a testament that the show has become the must-attend event for any serious contender in the industry.”

Although it’s unlikely that Fahrenkopf’s entrance will be anything on the level of Calvin’s at last year’s show, the tablog will have full coverage of the show so you can find out for yourself whether Frank does don a super hero’s outfit.


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