Sue Schneider of Gambling Law Review shares her predictions ahead of the Supreme Court’s decision on New Jersey’s petition for legal sports gambling.
The first day of iGaming North America (iGNA) 2016 kicked off at Las Vegas’s Planet Hollywood this afternoon.
The popular “Food for Thought” lunch will be returning on the second day of the 2016 iGaming North America Conference.
The third day of MiGS 2015 was quieter than day one and two, but the sessions were still full and the atmosphere was relaxed and cheerful.
Becky Liggero talks with MiGS's Sue Schneider on what to expect at this year's event, including the appearance of Calvin Ayre as a speaker.
The annual MiGS characterizes the success of the industry by design, using functional conference sessions and networking events.
IGNA has officially kicked off in Las Vegas, an event dedicated to opportunities within and regulation surrounding the US iGaming Market.
I would like to share my top five sessions to attend for those who can make it next week at iGaming North America.
The iGaming North America takes place Apr.14-16. During this interview w/ Schneider, we learn more about the unique strengths of this event.
The second day of ICE Totally Gaming was packed like yesterday, with thousands of people roaming the expo floor and attending sessions.