Mobile Online Gambling Summit Atlantic City USA

Published Sunday, October 26, 2014 -
Mobile Online Gambling Summit Atlantic City USA

Mobile online gambling is growing at light sped and the industry is doing its best to keep up with the latest tech advances and legal decisions. To facilitate the advancing of the trend those who have had some experience in providing mobile online gambling will be sharing their knowledge with anyone interested at the Mobile and Tablet Gambling Summit USA that will begin October 27th through the 28th in Atlantic City New Jersey at Bally’s Casino.

Many top notch gambling operators will be in attendance at the conference including Ultimate Gaming, Caesars, MGM, Foxwoods, PokerStars,, Bally Technologies and many other gambling firms. Interesting speakers will present over the two days of networking and sharing will as many as thirty top individuals ready to contribute. Among them is the noted driving force behind online gambling in New Jersey, New Jersey State Senator New Jersey Democratic State Senator Raymond Lesniakwho will speak about mobile gambling in the Garden State. Lesniak is expected to deliver an overview of the first year of online gambling in New Jersey, and speak about what the administration has learned, and discuss how mobile technology will play a role in the future.

Another prominent speaker at the event is the Commissioner of the California Gambling Control Commission Mister Richard Schuetz. The Californian approach to online gambling has been focused on Internet Poker and he will elaborate on the possibilities for online betting in California.

Players and industry operators will be interested in the other insights provided by executives such as Rachel Hirsch of Ifrah Law is scheduled to talk about legal trends involving mobile betting. Mayfair Mobile Gaming CEO Darren Pollard will also provide solid information on how to market mobile products to consumers. Discussion panels and feedback are just part of the opportunity package presented at the conference where networking is still a priority among the attendees.



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