August 31, 2010
The Monaco iGaming Exchanges, to be held in Monaco from 11 to 13 October 2010, has enhanced its conference program by adding an exclusive high level panel on the perspectives and evolution of the online gaming and betting market in the US.
The New York Times has recently posted: “Europe has opened the way to online gaming” as the US online gaming and betting market should open soon. That’s why the MiE has decided to create an opportunity for a gathering of the players and authorities from the US and European Markets through a panel: “The Winners in the Battle for I-Gaming in America will be…” on Monday 11 October from 16:30 to 18:00.
Prominent personalities have confirmed their participation on this panel:
– Commander Wendeen Eolis, Chairman and CEO of Eolis International Group, a legal and government affair consultancy with a prominent specialty in commercial and I-gaming issues. Commander Eolis has also served as a senior advisor to Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Governor George Pataki and as a consultant to four presidential administrations. This past year she produced a major white paper on the impact of the UIGEA (Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act) for submission to the White House. Commander Eolis expects Congress to approve regulated i-gaming in America in the near future, and she sees a “battle royale” for licenses looming on the horizon. She will be the moderator of the panel.
– Chuck Humphrey, an attorney specializing in gambling law matters, admitted to practice law in Colorado, Michigan and Texas. He is the author and Webmaster of Gambling-Law-US.com, a leading source for information on U.S. State and Federal gambling laws. In 1999 he became the principal investor in and one of the founders of the Tournament of Champions of Poker and the manager of Team Pegasus, an association of professional tournament poker players.
– Professor Nelson Rose is an internationally known scholar, writer and public speaker, and is recognized as one of the world’s leading experts on gaming law. Prof. Rose is co-author of Internet Gaming Law and Gaming Law: Cases and Materials, and co-editor-in-chief of the Gaming Law Review and Economics. Prof. Rose has testified as an expert witness and acted as a consultant to governments and industry in North America, Asia and Europe.