Experts Expected at Gaming & Technology Conference

22 October 2004

ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- Gaming experts from Nevada to New Jersey, and from many states in between, will participate in Gaming & Technology Conference 6.0 to be held Nov. 8-9 at the Atlantic City Convention Center.

Scott Scherer of the Nevada Gaming Control Board and Wayne Lemons, director of the Delaware State Lottery, will join New Jersey's Casino Control Commission Chair Linda Kassekert, Division of Gaming Enforcement Director Thomas Auriemma, and Assembly Tourism and Gaming Committee Chair Jeff Van Drew in a forum of leading regulators. "This is one of the more impressive rosters of public officials and private leaders we have put together.

Collectively, they will let us know the challenges and opportunities that technology presents to the casino industry," said Nicholas Casiello of Fox Rothschild, a conference organizer. Participating companies and organizations include: AC Coin & Slot, Aristocrat Technologies, Bally Gaming & Systems, Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, Cyberview Technology, Dagostino Electronics Services, Deutsche Bank, Dover Downs Entertainment, Fulcrum Global Partners, Gaming Laboratories International, Gaming Regulatory Consultants, Gaming Standards Association, International Game Technology, JCM American, Konami Gaming, Mandalay Resort Group, Mars Electronics International, Mohegan Sun, Multimedia Games, Renaissance Casino Solutions, Seminole Tribe, Susquehanna Financial Group, Tropicana Resort & Casino, Standing Stone Gaming and the William Ryan Group. Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa will receive the 3rd Annual Larry Cole Award for Excellence and Innovation in Gaming Technology. Global Gaming Business Magazine will present the 2nd Annual Gaming and Technology Awards for consumer-service technology, productivity-enhancement technology and slot products at the cocktail reception Nov. 8. The Gaming & Technology Conference was established in 1998 as the first gaming conference to focus on technology.

Discussions this year will target numerous issues, including the impact of industry consolidation on technology, the changing role of regulators and "Slot or Not? VLTs, Class II Games & Central Systems." Experts will also discuss the "casino floor of the future," and what that future means to suppliers, operators and regulators. Conference producers are: Spectrum Gaming Group, which publishes Michael Pollock's Gaming Industry Observer, an award-winning newsletter; Morowitz Gaming Advisors, LLC, providing financial and operations analysis for the hospitality industry; and leading gaming law firm Fox Rothschild. Aristocrat Technologies and Bally Gaming & Systems are co-presenting sponsors. For more information, call 609-652-6472 or visit

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