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Gaming law is something that right now is coming well and truly to the fore thanks to the regulation that’s taking place on a worldwide basis. Perhaps then it’s unsurprising that the International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL) have chosen to situate their spring conference in the USA and their autumn conference in the picturesque landscape of Vienna Austria .
The conference takes place in Napa Valley, California, from May 22 – 24, and September 14 – 16, giving not only the chance to further your knowledge and contacts within the gaming law sector but also the perfect excuse to explore a beautiful part of North America and Austrian Alps.
Those in the gambling industry aren’t usually averse to a bit of drinkin’ and situating the conference in a wine resort will be like heaven for many of the delegates. The Meritage Resort in Napa provides the perfect location for attendees complete with their own private vineyard. Just think of what the party will be like!
Anyone attending will notice the early start at 7am on both days. With the impressive list of guests though, it’s probably best to have the most amount of time available to you.
As for the schedule, there are a number of conference sessions on throughout the day including ones that are running concurrently with Indian Country Sessions. The second day of the gathering, Monday, 23 May sees the award luncheon. During this, the Gaming Executive of the Year will be announced, and it plays to the suggestion that you can usually be in with the chance of winning an award if you attend a conference – even if it is only the DAF award.
The truly global nature of this particular conference is shown by the list of speakers. It includes experts in gaming law from the United Kingdom, Denmark, Germany, Alderney and all states across the USA such as New Jersey, Nevada, and California.
In addition to this Spring Conference, there will also be an Autumn incarnation over in Europe later in the year, but in the mean time get over to the IMGL website. You see it’s cheaper if you book before the end of April so you’d be best advised to do so.