iGaming Conference to Discuss Online Gambling RegulationsPublished March 15, 2015 by Elana K
New session announced at iGaming North America Conference: “Balancing the Needs of Consumers, Governments and Licensed Operators in a Regulated Framework.”
The iGaming North America conference of 2015, to take place between April 14-16 in Las Vegas, will host one of the more significant seminars of the year: “Balancing the Needs of Consumers, Governments and Licensed Operators in a Regulated Framework.” The session will take place on April 14, 2015, at 9:30 am, and will be open only to Government Regulators, Lottery Officials and Public Policy Makers.
Online gambling regulations is a red-hot issue in the U.S., with both passionate advocates and opponents at both state and federal levels. While the session is neither pro nor con, it will present information and tools in order to build a system that keeps everyone’s interests in mind. This interactive seminar will also provide valuable updates and give government representatives an idea of what regulated online gambling means in real-world situations.
Expert speakers in the session, “Balancing the Needs of Consumers, Governments and Licensed Operators in a Regulated Framework,” will include Jeffrey Haas, Group Director, Poker, bwin.party digital entertainment, Anna Sainsbury, CEO, GeoComply, Susan Hensel, Director of Licensing, Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board and more.
"Any regulator or policy maker interested in understanding the do's and don'ts of regulating online gaming will find this session informative. You will hear industry experts discuss their real life online gaming experiences as we explore how to create an effective regulatory environment that protects the public interest while growing a successful marketplace," Hensel commented.
About iGaming North America Conference
2015 will mark the fifth year of the iGaming North America conference, which will take place at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas Resort & Casino on April 14, 15 and 16. The conference is a unique opportunity to network and learn about all aspects of the iGaming industry in North America. With both states and the federal government tackling the issue of online gambling regulations head-on, the iGaming North America conference is more relevant than ever.