Conference Questions GIGSE 2013 San Francisco

Casinomeister

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Hi all,

I'm ready to hit the road for SF California a day early (thanks to a Lufthansa strike :mad:) I could have used that extra day here.

Anyway, my main purpose of the trip is to attend the GIGSE in SF this next week. This is a conference that is focused on the iGaming industry of the US and North America. If you have any questions you'd like me to pose to people, please let me know here. I will be frequenting this thread while attending.

There will be licensors, lawyers, software reps, and some operators. Hopefully I will be able to provide some interesting information.
 

incrediblestuff

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Currently i am mostly interested in WMS, IGT and AristoCrat Games, i would love to what they are doing in terms of licensing, what is on their agenda, especially concerning Holland of course.

Always curious for really new developments, i could probably think of more questions if i walked around the floor there for a few hours:)
 

pmutts

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I get to post the obvious!

How will Governor Christie's decision to sign off on the bill that passed in New Jersey and what effect will it likely have in the next couple of years for many states?

Undoubtedly, this is going to be the hot topic. Since everyone will have varying opinions please try to report what you gauge as the consensus for us Brian.

Thanks and enjoy!
 

Dipity

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I know you said US markets mainly, but I'm very interested in casinos licensing in current markets, specifically Spain. I guess US licensing is a major thing for most people on this forum!
 

Casinomeister

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I know you said US markets mainly, but I'm very interested in casinos licensing in current markets, specifically Spain. I guess US licensing is a major thing for most people on this forum!
This conference is in the states and is focused on the igaming industry in the states. :D

But as a major thing for people in the forum, I'd have to say no. Over 75% of the forum members are from non-US locations.
 
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