Gaming Industry Supports G2E

16 March 2006

LAS VEGAS – (PRESS RELEASE) -- Garnering significant interest from all sectors of the industry since it was announced in December, Global Gaming Expo (G2E) today announced the inaugural G2E Institute has sold out its sponsor display area two full months before the event. G2E Institute will debut here, May 9-11, 2006, at the Red Rock Resort, Spa & Casino.

"By sponsoring educational events, networking opportunities and other aspects of the conference event, the gaming entertainment industry is demonstrating its support for the unique educational platform G2E Institute offers industry professionals," said Frank J. Fahrenkopf, Jr., president and CEO of the American Gaming Association. "From the outset, G2E Institute was created to provide an interactive, in-depth look at the hottest trends and key areas driving the industry today, and the fact that its sponsor display area is at maximum capacity confirms that G2E Institute is exactly what industry professionals have been looking for to better prepare them for the competitive and ever-evolving global gaming marketplace."

G2E Institute is the gaming industry's first focused, educational conference to offer interactive, workshop-style sessions on a variety of specific gaming industry sectors. The inaugural G2E Institute combines G2E's former Casino Design and Racino events with the recently acquired Gaming & Technology Conference and a host of seminars covering developments and growth opportunities in tribal gaming, trends in advertising and marketing, emerging international gaming markets and more. Intentionally scheduled six months from G2E's flagship November trade show and conference event to provide industry professionals more frequent access to vital information, G2E Institute is a one-of-a-kind educational opportunity where they can learn and experience the latest trends in key industry growth areas and participate in enhanced networking with the experts who will lead and present interactive conference sessions.


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