he annual event has become a must on the to-do lists of regulators across North America and takes place February 6-8 at the Tuscany Suites Casino in Las Vegas. The Roundtable will cover crucial topics including advances in server-based gaming, GSA protocols and interoperability testing, mobile gaming, malfunctions, network security, slot math, technical standard writing and verification tools.
Beyond the sessions, new this year are specialized break out sessions and a keynote lunch presentation by Bruce Rowe, VP of Business Development for Bally Technologies.
The event is presented free of charge for regulators, and reservations are required. For reservations and information, visit www.gaminglabs.com or call (702) 914-2220. A sleeping room block is also available.
GLI President and co-founder James R. Maida said, “The reality is, many of the technologies we have been talking about in theory for the last couple of years are here, ready to go onto the casino floor, and it is imperative for regulators to fully understand the technologies and the potential impact they may have on jurisdictions. That's why we present the Roundtable free of charge, to help protect the integrity of the industry.”
The Roundtable is a two-day series of seminars on the latest technology affecting gaming products and regulations. In addition to the seminars, the Roundtable is widely known as providing a unique forum for regulators to network and discuss ideas with their peers from across jurisdictions.