Willy Allison

Organizer, World Game Protection Conference

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One of the industry most fascinating conferences returns next month when the World Game Protection Conference is held at the Tropicana in Las Vegas on March 3-6. The conference, which focuses on security and surveillance always changes and this year is not any different. Willy Allison, the owner and organizer of the show, is one of the more colorful members of the industry with a deep-seated dedication to his craft. At the conference he features the experts in the field and addresses the cutting-edge issues facing the risk management professionals in the gaming industry. He also talks about some of the important topics in this field in a wide-ranging conversation with GGB Publisher Roger Gros from the GGB offices in Las Vegas. 

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