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WMS to host networked gaming forum at NIGA

(US).- WMS will host a forum for tribal gaming regulators to review the next steps in the adoption of networked gaming regulations, standards and products at the 2011 National Indian Gaming Association Tradeshow and Convention on Tuesday, April 5, 2011, at 8:30 a.m. MT.

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he round-table discussion will include technical presentations by WMS networked gaming executives Mark Pace, Vice President, Networked Gaming Engineering & Operations, and Cynthia Hays, Senior Director, Networked Gaming Technical Operations, a first-hand account from a tribal regulator on his experience with implementation of WMS networked gaming products and an extensive question and answer session.

“A number of State regulatory agencies and more than 40 tribal regulatory authorities have already or are working towards adoption of networked gaming standards and regulations,” said Mark Pace. “Following the debut of the ‘WAGE-NET Tech Center at the 2010 Global Gaming Expo, this forum highlights our dedication to working hand-in-hand with regulators to keep them fully informed on the ease and value of adopting networked gaming regulations and our platform’s multiple components.”  

“Networked gaming is a reality on gaming floors today and WMS is committed to helping our customers benefit from the adoption of appropriate regulations and our products.”     

For more information on the WMS forum on networked gaming at the Indian Gaming 2011 Tradeshow and Convention, or to schedule time with a WMS networked gaming Tech Ace at the tradeshow, please contact Cynthia Hays, WMS, at 773/564-4549 .

 

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