Gaming, Technology Conference to Focus on Cashless Gaming

26 June 2001

ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey –(Press Release)-- June 26, 2001 -- The Third Annual Technology and Gaming Conference, which will be held June 28th at the Sheraton Atlantic City Convention Center Hotel, will focus on the future of cashless gaming, along with other critical issues.

``The conference this year will be a vital forum to debate important regulatory concerns that must be addressed before cashless gaming can truly arrive,' said Michael Pollock, publisher of Gaming Industry Observer. Attendees can earn CEUs issued by Rutgers University.

The keynote speaker is Joe Kaminkow, vice president of engineering and design at International Game Technology. Other speakers and moderators will include leading regulators, along with: Nicholas Casiello, Jr., Sterns & Weinroth; Larry Cole, President, Advanced Casino Systems Corporation; Victor J. Gallo, Corporate Counsel, Konami Gaming; Fredric E. Gushin, Managing Director, Spectrum Gaming; Jim Lavoie, CEO, Rite-Solutions; Lloyd D. Levenson, Cooper Perskie April Niedelman Wagenheim & Levenson; Michael J. Mauser, Director of Regulatory Compliance, Casino Data Systems; Cory Morowitz, President, Advanced Quantitative & Strategic Solutions; Frank Neborsky, Vice President Slot Operations, Mohegan Sun; Russ Ristine, Vice President Systems Development, Bally Gaming & Systems; Bessie Sacco, Associate General Counsel & Director of Compliance, A.C. Coin & Slot Service Co.; Jerry Seelig, General Manager, A.C. Coin & Slot Service Co.; Edward Tracy, Chairman, Interactive Solutions; John Vallejo, Engineering Manager, Anchor Games; and Richard Woodbridge, Woodbridge & Associates.

The one-day conference is produced by Michael Pollock's Gaming Industry Observer an award-winning newsletter that tracks technological, political, social and economic trends that impact the casino industry, and Advanced Quantitative and Strategic Solutions, LLC, which provides the gaming industry with management consulting services and training in analytical techniques for managerial decision-making.

The conference's leading sponsor is Advanced Casino Systems Corporation a software development company specializing exclusively in casino data management.

The keynote speaker is sponsored by AC Coin and Slot Service Company, the Atlantic City and Caribbean Distributor of IGT gaming equipment and manufacturer of proprietary slot machines, table games, mill work, 3-D custom signage and seating.
The Cashless Gaming panel is sponsored by Bally Gaming and Systems, manufacturer of the SDS Slot Data System.

Registration -- which includes lunch and a continental breakfast -- is $95. Tables of 10 are $750. Registration and breakfast begin at 8 a.m. The program begins at 9 a.m. For additional information, call 609-272-0900.

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