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G2E Launches iGaming Webinars

Global Gaming Expo, the premier trade show and conference event for the international gaming entertainment industry and the leading resource on i-gaming, will expand its programming to offer year-round online sessions focused on all things i-gaming. G2E Online will now include a series of 10 webinars throughout the year on topics such as internet gambling legalization and regulatory updates, operating models and technology options, player protection and payment processing, and more.

As an introduction to the online program, the first two G2E Online sessions were streamed live from iGaming North America in February at no cost.

In addition to the 10 G2E Online sessions, i-gaming will be a primary focus at this year’s G2E and G2E Asia events. The iGaming Congress and the two-day iGaming conference track at G2E 2013 will provide an overview of internet gambling operations and regulations around the world, as well as in-depth sessions intended to prepare the U.S. market for business in advance of potential legalization. For those who cannot attend the conference in person, G2E also offers online access to the iGaming Congress and iGaming conference track through iGaming Virtual at G2E. G2E 2013 will be held September 24-26 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas.

G2E Asia 2013 will also feature i-gaming-specific sessions that will take a close look at Asian online and social gaming models. G2E Asia 2013 will be held May 21-23 at The Venetian Macao.

The remaining eight webinars of G2E Online are available for $499 as part of the G2E Online Fast Pass. This pass also provides access to iGaming Virtual at G2E. Additionally, the G2E Online Super Pass, which includes the remaining eight G2E Online webinars, the iGaming Virtual ticket and a five-day G2E 2013 conference pass, is available for $2,500.

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