Tag Archives: iGaming North America 2016
- iGaming North America 2016 Day 3 Recap
April 8, 2016
For the third and final day, delegates returned to Planet Hollywood to close out iGaming North America 2016. Today’s schedule included a selection of panels with an emphasis on DFS along with a brief awards ceremony during the networking lunch break. This morning’s DFS power session (also live streamed on...
- iGaming North America Power Session Livestream: DFS 2.0
April 7, 2016
Click on the video below for a livestream of the iGaming North America Power Session on DFS 2.0. The gambling industry has moved on from the DFS skill game vs. gambling debate and is focusing on larger issues such as the fate of Draft Kings and Fan Duel, how seriously...
- iGaming North America 2016 Day 2 Recap
Today we returned to Planet Hollywood to attend the second day of iGaming North America for a series of sessions dedicated to eSports, virtual reality, millenials and more. Lunchtime featured an additional networking and learning opportunity for delegates featuring tables dedicated to discussing advocacy, VR marketing, lotteries, social gaming, tribal...
- iGaming North America – Visionaries Panel discusses US regulated market possibilities
April 6, 2016
Behold, live coverage of the iGaming North America 2016 Visionaries Panel, featuring three industry veterans, gambling industry analyst Chris Grove, award-winning gambling industry journalist Howard Stutz and 28-year video game industry veteran Louis Castle, discussing what is possible in the tightly controlled regulated gambling industry in America and how innovation...
- iGaming North America 2016 Day 1 Recap
The first day of iGaming North America (iGNA) 2016 kicked off at Las Vegas’s Planet Hollywood this afternoon. iGNA has been designed to bring together professionals working in the online and land based gambling industries interested in the regulated US market. Including today and over the next few days, delegates...
- Hidden Agendas To Watch Out For at the iGaming North America Conference
April 5, 2016
Behind banking and drugs, the gambling industry is probably the most highly regulated and restricted in the world. Banking is number one for obvious reasons. States need total control over the money supply as the source of their power, so the banking system is monopolized by a central bank with...
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