iGaming North America (iGNA), an event designed to introduce U.S. land-based gambling companies to the global online gambling industry, kicks off in just a few weeks in good old Las Vegas.
The 2015 iGaming North America, which will be held at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, Las Vegas on April 14-16, marks the fifth year of this networking and educational event.
The conference will host a number of important seminars, with many of them touching on the hottest issues in the online gambling industry, including new products—social casino games and fantasy sports. There will be panelists from companies such as Amaya, 888, IGT, and more.
iGNA will also examine payment issues in the igaming world, the state of individual states such as New Jersey and Nevada, and more. There will also be sportsbetting panelists such as Don Best and New Jersey state Senator Ray Lesniak .
A closed session titled “Balancing the Needs of Consumers, Governments and Licensed Operators in a Regulated Framework” is expected to attract many participants.
Speakers at the Planet Hollywood Las Vegas Resort and Casino venue include Jeffrey Haas, the director of poker at Bwin.Party Digital Entertainment, as well as Susan Hensel, the Director of Licensing at the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board and the chief executive officer of GeoComply, Anna Sainsbury.
The conference is inviting all those interested in igaming in the United States to attend, including existing land-based operators, internet operators and their associates, lottery, racing, sports betting and skill game representatives, government regulators, industry vendors and suppliers, law firms, IT and software providers, financial institutions, marketing and communication firms and other individuals.
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