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NASPL iLottery Game Developers Conference

Renaissance Cleveland Hotel

May 18 - 21, 2014

Cleveland, OH

NASPL
1 S Broadway
Geneva, OH 44041


Phone: 440.466.5630

Website: naspl.org

iLottery Game Developers

Conference

The NASPL iLottery Game Developers Conference will educate the lottery industry on new game design concepts and technologies.
 

This premier event will bring a host of leading iGaming visionaries to the lottery industry for an in-depth two-day session featuring speakers from outside the lottery industry. This event will cover the legal, technological, product development and political issues of game development.

 

Those attending should expect:

  • Interactive and informative sessions.
  • Great networking opportunities.
  • Learn about current and future federal and state policy addressing digital gambling. 
  • Learn about the social and economic impacts of regulated digital gambling.
  • The pros and cons of various global regulatory models and considerations for a potential US model. 
  • Existing US prohibition and enforcement mechanisms. 
  • The evolution of gaming products across digital media. 
  • Business, political and regulatory perspectives on the convergence of online and offline gambling. 
  • Regulatory safeguards, such as age verification, fraud detection, geo-location and anti-money laundering. 
  • The debate over state vs. federal policy and regulation. 
  • Examples of regulated US-based Internet gambling.
  • Responsible Gaming: What are the roles of government and industry in assuring social responsibility, and how are the similarities and differences between online and offline behavior addressed?

 

Who should attend:

  • Product Managers
  • Department Managers
  • Executives
  • Anyone in Public Relations, Social Media, I.T., Legal and Marketing

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