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European Internet Gambling Firms Will Attend Retreat With Vegas Execs, Tribes

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Aug/09/2011
Internet Gambling

eGaming Review has announced its organization of an exclusive network gathering retreat in Scottsdale, Arizona on 12 to 13 September that will bring European Internet gambling operators together with executives from America’s top land-based casinos and tribal gaming.

eGaming Review noted that the chief executives, presidents and COOs of companies including Boyd Gaming, Las Vegas Sands, MI Developments, Seminole Hard Rock Entertainment, Foxwoods and Station Casinos will be in attendance while the event is sponsored by the likes of bwin.party, GTECH G2, PKR, Evolution Gaming, Optimal Payments and Cyberarts.

The primary aspect of the gathering will be for delegates to interact and seek potential partnerships in preparation for i-Gaming becoming legal in the United States. 

Many European Internet gambling firms are looking to build relationships with already established US-based casino firms as a means of gaining a foothold into the lucrative market.  Some, like PartyGaming and 888 Holdings, have already forged such relationships. 

The established North American casino operators are looking for efficient software platforms and valuable customer lists developed over many years.

- Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

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