Gaming Strategy
Featured Stories
Legal News Financial News Casino Opening and Remodeling News Gaming Industry Executives Search News Subscribe
Newsletter Signup
Stay informed with the
NEW Casino City Times newsletter!
Related Links
Search Our Archive of Gaming Articles 

3rd Annual World Interactive Gaming Summit in Florida

19 February 2003

NEW YORK – (Press Release) -- Internet gambling firms internationally planning on doing business in any way in the U.S. should attend the 3rd Annual World Internet Gaming Summit on March 24-25 in Miami, FL.

Online sportsbooks and casinos and other related entities attending the Summit at the Biscayne Bay Hotel & Marina will hear from Patrick T. O'Brien, Partner for the law firm of Greenberg Traurig, who will categorically describe how to overcome every legal risk associated with providing services to the online gaming industry.

At this year's Summit, Mr. Traurig will provide the inside perspective of law enforcement toward Internet gaming. He will address each of the major sectors supporting interactive gaming-including hosting, telecommunications, software development, payment processing, banking, advertising, accounting and legal services-and detail the legal risks involved, the factors which increase those risks, and the steps to take to eliminate the risks.

Other Speakers at the World Internet Gaming Summit will not only explain the current state of the market-including the development of emerging technologies and e-cash solutions-but will discuss emerging, untapped areas of opportunity and growth.

This year's Summit will also feature a complimentary pre-conference workshop hosted by Marc Lesnick, president of, who will provide newcomers to the industry the ins and outs of the industry while meeting the software providers and marketers necessary to succeed.

The conference, which will be chaired by Tony Fontaine, vice president of complex business solutions for Station Casinos, will feature experts from the fields of gaming, law, regulation, and government, including Joseph Kelly, professor of business law, SUNY College at Buffalo; Gary Collins, chairman of the Antiguan Betting & Gaming Committee; Sebastian Sinclair, President, Christensen Capital Advisers; Federico Schiavio, IT Director of Binion's Horseshoe; Mickey Charles, President and CEO of the Sports Network; Michael Tew, Vice President of Bear Stearns; and many more.

< Gaming News

3rd Annual World Interactive Gaming Summit in Florida is republished from