I-Gaming conference focuses on bingo

26 October 2006

ST. LOUIS, Missouri – (PRESS RELEASE) -- While the interactive gaming
industry reels from the impact of the new US prohibition, gaming businesses
are looking to capitalize on new areas of growth. Two segments at the
forefront of this discussion are games of skill and bingo, and both will be
focal points in Vancouver, BC November 9-10 as part of River City Group's
I-Gaming InDepth series of conferences.


Skill games providers enjoy the status of a non-gambling pay-to-play
revenue model, and bingo businesses will benefit from the game's
international appeal and consequent growth potential in non-US markets.

Following on the success of last year's Skill Games conference in Las
Vegas, River City Group is adding bingo to the mix with co-located
conferences catering to professionals in these two very important gaming
niches. The "Casual Games" conference focuses on how to build and monetize
gaming communities as well as where the real opportunities lie. Action
games, thinking games, fantasy sports and other core products will be
discussed from perspectives covering legal and regulatory clarification,
marketing, global strategies and business models..

Bingo operators have also spoken, and River City Group listened. The
conference company is pulling together folks who offer bingo games to
discuss the legalities, software developments, marketing and
community-building issues.


River City Group has set these conferences side-by-side for those who
want to mix and match. Attendees of either event will have access to all
sessions of both events, and all delegates will be brought together at the
opening night reception.

Come and join us in beautiful Vancouver, BC to catch up on the latest
developments in these two areas.

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