22nd January 2014, (Las Vegas, USA) – The iGaming North America Conference announced today that two titans of the gaming industry will help kick-off the 2014 Conference as the featured speakers for the show’s annual Visionaries Session. The session, entitled “Is iGaming the Problem or the Solution?” will undoubtedly offer widely divergent views regarding the opportunities and threats of iGaming in the US.
Andy Abboud, Vice President of Government Relations for Las Vegas Sands Corporation, will expound upon his recent Congressional testimony regarding the risks of online gambling and the need for prohibition. Mitch Garber, CEO and Director of Caesars Interactive Entertainment, will weigh in as a proponent of the legalization and regulation of iGaming as a necessary means to proactively address potential concerns.
Moderated by Steve Lipscomb, Founder of the World Poker Tour, this lively debate is expected to offer a view of the industry in the US, and the perspectives of these prominent leaders will allow listeners to hone their own opinions as to how the industry should grow and evolve.
“Our goal for iGaming North America is to provide debates on a number of critical issues to the iGaming industry. Hearing these visionaries discuss the rationales for their differing views offers an appropriate launch to several of those debates which will be featured on the program.“ commented Sue Schneider, Founder of eGaming Brokerage and a partner in the conference.
iGaming North America will host its 4th annual conference March 19-21 at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas. For more information on this and the other sessions featured at the conference click here.
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The 2014 iGaming North America conference marks the fourth year of this unique networking and educational event designed to introduce the land-based gaming businesses of North America to the global iGaming industry. Our aim is to host a cost-effective networking environment that helps foster understanding regarding the potential impacts of regulation of internet gambling in the U.S. and Canada, and provides critical information regarding the players, resources, legislative framework and topics that are important to all of the parties that comprise the important commercial gaming segment. With the surge in activity at both the state/provincial as well as federal levels, the time is right for all of the operators, consultants, vendors and suppliers focused on the North American audience to come together for this important informational event. Please visit www.iGamingNorthAmerica.com for further information.