Mobile Gaming: The Next Big Thing for Indian Country?

Mobile Gaming: The Next Big Thing for Indian Country?

October 08, 2018, 3:30 PM - 4:15 PM

Sands Expo & Convention Center - Titian 2301
Language:
English
The growth of mobile gaming in the worldwide market has been staggering. Mobile on premise pushes promotions and drives access to games that gives the millennial player the interaction that they prefer and a valuable tool for marketing to the casino. When we shift to real money play versus free play, it brings a whole new meaning to gaming online and the mobile offerings for Tribal casinos. What can be done today? How do you make it a winning proposition for your casino? What challenges do we face in a mobile real money world? It takes this special group of experts to tackle this topic and help bring clarity to the questions.

Contributors

  • Chris Stearns

    Moderator

    Commissioner

    Washington State Gambling Commission

    Chris Stearns, Navajo, is a Commissioner and past Chairman of the Washington State Gambling Commission, the second oldest gambling regulatory agency...

  • Melissa Blau

    Speaker

    Director

    iGaming Capital

    Melissa Blau is the Founder of iGaming Capital, an industry leading consultancy dedicated to working with gaming operators and supplier looking to...

  • Jeff Ifrah

    Speaker

    Founding Partner

    Ifrah Law PLLC

    Considered one of the world's foremost attorneys in Online Gaming Law, Jeff and his firm have been at the center of most of the important...

  • Daniel Kustelski

    Speaker

    Co-Founder and CEO

    Chalkline Sports

    Daniel is an experienced sports betting executive having operated on 2 continents. He served as COO of WatchandWager.com, an online Horse/Harness/Dog...

  • Srini Nedunuri

    Speaker

    Senior Director

    IGT PlayDigital Platform

Session Type

  1. Program
    Panel Session

Categories

  1. Track
    Tribal Gaming

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