|(Hatboro, PA) — The International Gaming Conference & Expo (IGCE), slated for November 5-7 at the Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel in Dublin, Ireland, will feature an unprecedented line-up of legal experts discussing the current state of the interactive gaming industry both in the U.S. and internationally. A standing room only audience is expected in the wake of recent arrests by U.S. authorities of high-ranking gaming executives. (Complete details and information on the IGCE is available at www.igconference.com).|
“The recent arrests of Sportingbet Chairman Peter Dicks and Betonsports CEO David Carruthers have thrown the interactive gaming industry into a state of panic,” said Christopher Dauer, Director of Conferences for The Sports Network, developer of the IGCE. “This conference will feature the top legal minds in the industry in one venue to discuss what has taking place and what they anticipate will occur next to both the detriment and continuance of the industry and those involved with it from public companies to the ones that serve them in the areas of technology, marketing, financing, payment solutions and more. Some of the answers will surprise those in attendance.
Legal experts scheduled to speak include Tony Coles, partner with Jeffrey Green Russell; Peter Wilson, partner with Tarlo Lyons; Joseph Kelly, Esq., Professor of Business Law at SUNY College at Buffalo; Mark Mendel, partner at Mendel Blumenfeld; Stephen Philippsohn, partner with Philippsohn Crawfords Berwald, and others from New York to Malta.
Additionally, the IGCE will offer substantive discussions on virtually every aspect of the interactive gaming world, including, but not limited to:
M&A, IPOs, Exit Strategies
Technology and Gaming Platforms
Competitive & Preferable Jurisdictions
The IGCE will bring together gaming attorneys, investors, analysts, legislators, regulators, marketing firms, advertisers, sportsbook operators, payment processors, and representatives of technology firms catering to this industry.
About The International Gaming Conference & Expo
The IGCE was created to address issues within the gaming industry, from Las Vegas to London, to cover land-based ventures, offshore and online Internet efforts. Its founders are experts within the industry and IGCE sets itself apart by separating the organization from those that are conference organizers. By so doing, each conference is focused upon coverage of every topic of interest and importance to its attendees with a reach and reputation that is able to gather together the most important voices within the industry covering a range of topics unequalled anywhere else.