Major US Gaming Industry Players to Debate Future of US Online Gaming at IGNA 2014Published January 30, 2014 by OCR Editor
Andy Abboud and Mitch Garber to duke it out on the issue of US Online gaming in 2014 IGNA conference.
The fourth iGaming North America Conference organizers have announced the identity of two main speakers in one of the conference's sessions titled "Is iGaming the Problem or the Solution", part of the show's annual Visionaries Session.
The conference organizers confirmed that two industry titans will bring the subject into discussion in the session: Andy Abboud, vice president of Government relations for Las Vegas Sands Corporation, and Mitch Garber, chief executive officer & director of Caesars Interactive Entertainment.
Andy Abboud who has recently given testimony to the congress regarding the risks of online gambling and the need for its prohibition, will engage in an active debate with Mitch Garber who will serve as the proponent for the legalization and regulation of iGaming. The debate will be moderated by the founder of the World Poker Tour Steve Lipscomb.
Commenting on the session and the identity of its speakers, conference partner and founder of eGaming Brokerage Sue Schneider said: "Our goal for iGaming North America is to provide debates on a number of critical issues to the iGaming industry. Hearing these visionaries discuss the rationales for their differing views offers an appropriate launch to several of those debates which will be featured on the program".
About the 2014 iGaming North America Conference
This year's iGaming North America Conference is the fourth in number. The event is designed to provide a cost-effective networking environment where North American gambling businesses can be introduced to the global iGaming industry. This year's hot topics will revolve around iGaming regulation and its impact, specifically in the USA and in Canada. The conference is scheduled to take place March 19-21 at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas.