GSA plans activities for G2E

31 October 2007

LAS VEGAS, Nevada -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- The tradeshow floor of the upcoming
Global Gaming Expo will be flooded with products based on the Gaming
Standards Association's award-winning G2S Protocol, and GSA has a wealth of
activities planned to make G2E a total experience. Activities include an
interactive tradeshow booth, multiple speaking engagements, an introduction
to GSA's Certified G2S Engineer Program, and the annual meeting headlined
by Walker Digital's Jay Walker.

G2E takes place November 13-15 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, and
from its booth #3783, GSA will conduct interactive presentations on the
very latest news on GSA's standards as well as an interoperability
demonstration focusing on the G2S protocol. Additionally, GSA will conduct
demos on its S2S and GDS protocol standards.

GSA is also presenting three crucial panels at the G2E Institute on
November 12: "SAS at Sunset," "The Importance of GSA Certification" and
"Roadmap for Adoption/Preparing Your Floor for the World of the Future."
Each panel will discuss the current state of certification and what
operators need to do to begin preparing for the market's new products.

On November 14, GSA will hold its annual meeting that is open to the
general public. Headlining the meeting is the keynote address by Jay Walker
of Walker Digital. The meeting takes place November 14 at 11 a.m. in the
Las Vegas Convention Center; Room - N219. Walker is one of America's
best-known entrepreneurs. He has founded a number of successful startups
that currently have more than 60 million customers. Walker is chairman of
Walker Digital, LLC, a laboratory that invents entirely new ways for
business to operate and serve consumers. In addition to being the lead
inventor, Walker is responsible for developing Walker Digital's strategic
relationships and long-term vision. Walker is one of a dozen or so living
inventors worldwide to hold 200 patents in multiple fields. To date, he and
his teams have invented more than 600 proprietary business systems.
Register now at gamingstandards.com.

Immediately following the annual meeting, GSA will present "An
Introduction to the Certified G2S Engineer Program," hosted by Chuck Berg,
GSA Affiliate Professor of Gaming Technology at the UNLV International
Gaming Institute and Russ Ristine, Vice President at Radical Blue Gaming,
Inc. The presentation is an overview of GSA's Certified G2S Engineer
Program, a comprehensive training and certification program designed to
accelerate the implementation and adoption of GSA standards throughout the
gaming industry. The session takes place at 2 p.m. in Las Vegas Convention
Center Room - N219.


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