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Gaming regulators conference offers valuable networking and training opportunities

8 May 2014

(PRESS RELEASE) -- The North American Gaming Regulators Association (NAGRA) is hosting the association’s 30th annual training and education conference from June 9-12, 2014, in the Greater Minneapolis/St. Paul area.

This a unique professional development event that brings together representatives from every corner of the gaming sector for the purpose of learning about and discussing the latest industry developments, policy trends, and regulatory updates affecting the US, Canada, and European gaming markets.

By providing a full array of plenary and breakout sessions presented by dynamic experts in their respective fields, the conference will offer attendees multiple opportunities to expand their knowledge base as well as their professional networks.

The conference will be held at the Radisson Blu Mall of America which is the only hotel conveniently connected directly to Mall of America, the largest indoor entertainment and shopping mall in the United States. The hotel is a short drive from the state capitol in downtown St. Paul and minutes from the heart of downtown Minneapolis via the Metro Transit Light Rail system. Minneapolis–St. Paul International Airport is less than five miles away.

The agenda for the conference includes a one-day training session on social media that will be presented by the National White Collar Crime Center. The training is specifically tailored for investigators and regulators.

The agenda includes six plenary sessions on topics that include presentations by subject matter experts on the present and future of gaming, developments in gaming technology, standards to support online gaming, the European gaming market, responsible gaming, and GeoLocation.

Attendees will also have fourteen (14) breakout sessions from which to choose. Experts and practitioners will discuss Indian Country gaming issues, money laundering, casino cage crimes, electronic raffles, due diligence, payment portals, management of technology projects, social club investigations, online licensing, iGaming, operational audits, and others.


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