LAS VEGAS--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--The International Association of Gaming Advisors (“IAGA”) will hold its 2011 conference in Las Vegas, Nevada at the Sands Convention Center at The Venetian Las Vegas on September 30 to October 2, 2011. This is the weekend immediately preceding the Global Gaming Expo (“G2E”), which will also be held at the Sands Convention Center. IAGA’s annual event attracts the top executives, attorneys, financial advisors and regulators from the international gaming community for 2 ½ days of meeting sessions and networking opportunities. For the first time in its 31-year history, registration will be free to all regulators who register for the conference prior to September 1, 2011.
“IAGA will kick off the weekend with an impressive list of speakers and events, immediately followed by all that G2E has to offer. This unique opportunity is the first of its kind in Vegas and a ‘must-attend’ for all key gaming industry players”
IAGA held its 2010 conference in Washington, D.C. last October.
“The 2010 conference was a huge success and we look forward to building upon that with an even better event in 2011,” stated Gavin Isaacs, current President of IAGA and Chief Executive Officer of Shuffle Master, Inc. “IAGA will kick off the weekend with an impressive list of speakers and events, immediately followed by all that G2E has to offer. This unique opportunity is the first of its kind in Vegas and a ‘must-attend’ for all key gaming industry players,”
Special room blocks have been arranged for this premier event at The Venetian and Palazzo hotels. To learn more about the conference and preview the current agenda, click here.
The International Association of Gaming Advisors (IAGA) is a nonprofit professional corporation dedicated to the study and development of gaming law. Formed in 1980, it has grown to more than 500 members worldwide. The high point of IAGA’s year is the annual conference. At the annual conference, casino executives, regulators and lawyers from the industry and private practice all over the world meet for four days in a relaxed setting to discuss national and international developments in gaming law and to refresh their contacts in the international network of gaming advisors. To learn more about IAGA, its annual conferences, how to become a member, current gaming news, etc. please visit www.theiaga.org.