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An Event You Won't Want to Miss

23 May 1999

Due to the overwhelmingly positive response to the first Gaming Online conference, which took place in New Orleans in October, 1998, World Research Group has organized an information-packed successor that will take place June 14-16 at the Sheraton Skyline in London, England.

Taking into account the suggestions and knowledge of the 100-plus attendees that participated in the first conference, the second annual event promises to be the most up-to-date and informative forum of its kind.

The conference will provide in-depth presentations covering the recent explosion on gaming on the Net, both in the United States and internationally. Some of the topics to be covered, from the basic to the complex, include: establishing and marketing a gambling site; Internet gaming technology; balancing security needs with customer acceptance; avoiding fraud; going global with Internet Lottery; online gaming taxation in Europe; the impact of the US Regulatory environment on global internet gambling; and how constitutional and common-law rights apply to online gaming.

The chairman of the event will be Anthony Cabot, partner and gaming attorney at Lionel, Sawyer & Collins, as well as the author of the "Internet Gambling Report." Other speakers will include Mark Dohlen, Chief Executive Officer at Starnet Communications International, Inc. (Canada), Baron Menzel, President of BingoHour, Inc. (Panama), Liz Grayson of iGaming Solutions, Graeme Levin, Chief Executive Officer of (South Africa), Leonard Senia, Senior Financial Enforcement Officer at the Department of the Treasury, and Tony Fontaine, Vice President of Bally Gaming, Inc.

For more information about The Gaming Online '99 Summit, call (800) 647-7600 (U.S. only) or (212) 869-7231. Alternately, email World Research Group at, or visit the website at

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