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  • 1. SUPER EARLY BIRD OFFER: REGISTER BEFORE MARCH 4 AND SAVE UP TO $400Global iGaming Summit & Expo 11 th ANNUAL CONFERENCE17 – 19 MAY 2011 FAIRMONT HOTEL, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIAShape the North American iGamingdebate and create your strategy to winmarket share in a newly regulated market♦ Understand when, where and how you will be able to offer online poker, casino and other gaming products to North American players♠ Plan specific scenarios for different regulatory outcomes – both State and Federal – so you secure your winning share of the market♥ Engage with AGA members, Indian tribes, pari-mutuels and lotteries, and shape A the legislative debate with the Congressmen and Senators at the forefront of defining iGaming regulation - make sure your interests are heard and included♣ Create strategic alliances with global iGaming companies A and North American brick-and-mortar establishments to exchange expertise and ensure the quickest route A to marketHear from experts at the forefront of change: A AJohn Campbell, CongressmanUS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES (R–CA)Michael A. Brown, Councilmember,COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AMichael Epps, Commissioner,NEW JERSEY CASINO CONTROL COMMISSIONRobert Martin, Chairman,MORONGO BAND OF MISSION INDIANSJan Jones-Blackhurst, SVP, Communications/Government Relations,CAESARS ENTERTAINMENTBill Murray, Deputy Director and General Counsel,NEW YORK LOTTERYMichael Rumbolz, Chair, Internet Gaming Committee,SEMINOLE HARD ROCK INTERNATIONALJim Ryan, CEO,PARTYGAMINGGigi Levy, CEO,888 HOLDINGSIn partnership with:For more details and to register, go to www.gigse.comQuote promotional code:
  • 2. 11th ANNUAL CONFERENCE 17 – 19 MAY 2011Global iGaming Summit & Expo FAIRMONT HOTEL, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA Bringing all the key stakeholders from North GiGSE 2010 in Montreal ignited a North America, Europe and the rest of the world to: American iGaming debate that resonated for • Hear from both Federal and State policy-makers and key lobby months. In its 11th year, GiGSE promises to be: groups - get a clear picture of when and how you will be able to offer iGaming to North American players INCLUSIVE of all the key stakeholders you want to meet: “It was a pleasure to deliver the keynote speech at GIGSE this year. • Influence the legislation now: an interactive workshop discussion of The presence of land-based gaming leaders, regulators and former the regulatory requirements for online gaming regulators alongside those advocating regulated online gaming, made the conference timely and relevant.” • Plan your entry strategy to accelerate your launch into a market estimated to be worth at least US$12bn annually Mitch Garber, CEO, CAESARS INTERACTIVE ENTERTAINMENT • Explore partnerships, joint ventures and M&A opportunities between INFORMATIVE so you can shape your winning strategy to be licensed North American companies and global iGaming brands leading players in a regulated online gaming industry in North America: • Understand the iGaming landscape and prepare your step-by-step “I was excited to see GIGSE return this year to Montreal, the timing strategy for a successful online gaming launch so you’re ready to couldn’t have been better! The panels, debates, presenters and operate from day one – learn the lessons from those who have brainstorming sessions were exciting and informative. I was able to already blazed a trail in this space create new contacts in the internet gaming industry. I cannot wait • Find out how you should shape your B2B partnership agreement for next year! Sign me up!” with iGaming companies so you select the right partners Frank Pracukowski, Director of Administration, FOXWOODS • Build your online brand and shape online behavior NOW: whether it’s DEVELOPMENT COMPANY and COO, VELOCITY GAMING free play-for-fun, a subscription model or just more exposure on social networks – establish your presence online now to build data, create INDEPENDENT of any political agenda: loyalty and even bring more traffic to your existing casinos “GIGSE 2010 was very informative with speakers having diverse views on many current gaming issues world wide.” • Discuss how powerful the brand is for North American players. Frank Catania, Partner, CATANIA GAMING CONSULTANTS Explore in teams the look and feel of the iGaming site of some popular US gaming brands, if they launched online. How can brands INDISPENSABLE if you want to be a major player in North America such as Treasure Island, Hard Rock, Bicycle Club, Gulfstream Park when – not if – it opens up to online gaming again: Race Track, NY Lottery … be leveraged online? "GIGSE has clearly established itself as the single most important forum for thoughtful exchanges as to where internet gambling is heading. The array of qualified speakers was outstanding, and virtually everyone in attendance learned a great deal about the future of this important segment of the gaming industry." Michael Pollock, Managing Director, SPECTRUM GAMING GROUP Gambling Compliance, Spectrum Gaming INVITING all gaming industries and potential new entrants to the market place to bring in innovation and introduce diversity to the Group and Clarion Gaming join forces to event: take GiGSE to new levels “GIGSE fills an important niche - gathering online social gaming, As regulation of Internet gaming is gaining momentum in the casual gaming, fantasy gaming, and skill gaming professionals with USA and Canada, it is our pleasure to announce this strategic online/offline gambling professionals to discuss the challenges of partnership that will blend Gambling Compliance’s extensive growing and operating in North America.” and independent worldwide coverage of internet gaming issues, Jeffrey Thomas, CEO, WORLD FANTASY GAMES and Past Spectrum Gaming Group’s regulatory expertise and in-depth President, FANTASY SPORTS TRADE ASSOCIATION knowledge of both internet gaming and the global land-based industry, and Clarion Gaming’s close ties with the global iGaming INSPIRING so you are always one step ahead of your competitors: industry as an organiser of first-class events for the gaming “Informative and provocative panels, excellent attendance from community. major industry players.” This close cooperation will ensure GiGSE will help take the John Lin, Vice President, Business Development, BOYD GAMING legislative debate and commercial progress in North America to the next level. We hope to see you all there – our customers, partners, friends GiGSE drives momentum with a move from and the entire gaming industry in the beautiful setting of San Montreal to San Francisco Francisco, CA in May. Home to over 150 Indian tribes and a heated iGaming debate that still divides the industry, and a technology hub where Facebook and Zynga reside – two companies behind the world’s largest online poker site – San Francisco provides an ideal setting for continuing the iGaming Michael Pollock, Andrew Gellatly, Ewa Bakun, discussion and for networking Managing Director, Editorial Director, Event Director, with the key industry players. Spectrum Gaming Group Gambling Compliance Clarion Gaming2 For more details and to register, go to www.gigse.com
  • 3. May 17, 2011 – Conference Day One08:30 Registration opens. Morning coffee and refreshments Nelson I. Rose, Distinguished Senior Professor, Whittier Law School John Pappas, Executive Director, Poker Players Alliance08:55 Chairman’s opening remarksMichael Pollock, Managing Director, Spectrum Gaming Group 12:15 Networking lunch breakDISSECTING THE LEGAL AND REGULATORY 13:30 Regulators roundtable and Q&A: maintaining technical integrity, multi-jurisdiction challenges, dispute resolutionLANDSCAPE: WHAT’S NEXT? and player protection – preparing to regulate iGaming09:00 Panel discussion: State vs. Federal regulation – examining • What is likely to be different/similar between land-based and the current status of lobbying and legislative efforts online regulation?• Online gambling post mid-term elections – how the political climate • Mapping the regulatory process necessary for iGaming has changed and what it means for the industry • Lessons to be learnt from existing jurisdictions – how different• Analyzing current bills on the table; what’s next on the agenda should North American regulators’ approach be?• More than poker: is there a roadmap for further legalization of online • Who’s responsible for setting standards for problem gambling, gambling verticals? technical compliance, player collusion etc.?• Is there a fear of federal taxation extending to other forms of gaming? • Regulatory barriers to foreign partnerships and internet gaming• Lessons learnt in the legislative process so far • Developing measures to enforce regulations• Who will regulate? André Wilsenach, CEO, Alderney Gambling Control CommissionWilliam J. Pascrell III, Partner, Princeton Public Affairs Group Jacob Appelsmith, Bureau Chief, Special Assistant Attorney General,Brett Hale, SVP, Corporate and Governmental Relations, Churchill Downs Department of Justice, Division of Law Enforcement, Bureau of Gambling Control, CALloyd Levine, Associate, Lafayette Gaming Group Mark Lipparelli, Member of the Board, Nevada Gaming Control BoardLaurie Itkin, VP, Public Affairs, TVG/Betfair US Michael Epps, Commissioner, New Jersey Casino Control CommissionDan Walsh, Senior Director of Governmental Affairs, Greenberg TraurigModerator: Michael Pollock, Managing Director, Spectrum Gaming Group 14:30 Interactive group discussions: What if … you can influence legislation now? Find the optimal regulatory model for10:00 Coffee and refreshment break your organization10:20 Keynote political insights: legalizing and regulating internet In this interactive workshop session, discuss with fellow participants and gaming in the USA – best practice and ways forward in groups your regulatory requirements for online gaming, whether youThis keynote session will explore both State and Federal legislative are a large US casino, pari-mutuel, mid-size casino, card club, race trackinitiatives, analyze key political concerns, examine lessons, successes and or a tribal gaming organization.challenges encountered in the political process so far and endeavour to Moderators:pave the way forward for policy-makers, industry and players. Andrew Gellatly, Editorial Director, Gambling Compliance James Kilsby, Americas Editor, Gambling ComplianceNew Jersey and California – spotlight on the pioneering statesAnalyzing the implications of potential iGaming legislation on the state 15:15 Coffee and refreshment breaklevel for the industry and for the state economy. THE MAIN STAKEHOLDERS TOGETHER: A VIEW TOPros and cons of regulation – discussing the political landscape THE FUTUREand the legislative process. What needs to happen to findcommon ground? 15:40 Large US casinos’ panel: moving your brand leadership online• Learning the lessons of both Federal and State legislative efforts • Assessing the importance of your casino brand undertaken so far • Is a federal model the preferred one for large US casino groups?• Addressing fiscal realities with iGaming legislation and taxation • How iGaming drives land-based revenues• Critical analysis of forecasts and figures: how much tax revenue can • Devising a quick and scalable strategy to go online iGaming legislation really bring?• Assessing other drivers of regulation, including investment • Leveraging your existing customer base and loyalty schemes and job creation • Competing with global iGaming brands• What is the public image of gambling and online gambling? • Gaining expertise by launching in currently regulated markets• Can state legislation drive federal efforts and vice versa? Kevin Sullivan, Senior Vice President – Business Development, Boyd GamingJohn Campbell, Congressman, US House of Representatives (R–CA) Jan Jones-Blackhurst, SVP, Communications/Government Relations,Jon Porter, Director of Public Policy, Akerman Senterfitt, former Caesars EntertainmentCongressman (R-NV) Michael Rumbolz, Chair, Internet Gaming Committee, Seminole Hard Rock InternationalMichael A. Brown, Councilmember, Council of the District of Columbia 16:35 Mid-size and regional Brick and Mortar operators’ panel:11:30 UIGEA today – legal reality and operational challenges for joining the race today’s operators and financial institutions • Evaluating pros and cons of internet gaming from the perspective of• What operational business models, legal today, are affected by mid-size and state casinos UIGEA and how? • What legislative model would benefit mid-size operators most?• What will happen to UIGEA in the context of interstate and • Ensuring sufficient liquidity to compete in iGaming intrastate internet gaming • Attracting financing from or partnering with a global iGaming company• Working with the financial community to address payment John Taylor, Chairman, Twin River Casino processing problems for legal operators Pierre Wuu, Online Director, California Online Poker Association• Impact of potential legalisation (State and Federal) on payment Marc W.Dunbar, Partner, Pennington, Moore, Wilkinson & Dunbar processing issuesPeggy Hendershot, SVP Governmental Affairs, National Thoroughbred 17:30 – 19:00 Speed networking and drinks reception in theRacing Association Expo hall For more details and to register, go to www.gigse.com 3
  • 4. Global iGaming Summit & Expo May 18, 2011 – Conference Day Two08:15 Registration opens. Morning coffee and refreshments Melissa Riahei, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, US Digital Gaming (formerly Legal Counsel, Illinois Lottery)08:55 Chairman’s opening remarks Bill Murray, Deputy Director and General Counsel, New York LotteryAndrew Gellatly, Editorial Director, Gambling Compliance Carole Hardy, Assistant Director for Marketing, Oregon LotteryTHE MAIN STAKEHOLDERS TOGETHER continued 12:20 Networking lunch break09:00 Tribal gaming panel: making sure tribal interests are PUTTING NORTH AMERICA IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT included in the legislative debate 13:40 iGaming CEO panel: US strategies for global brands• Finding a consensus within the tribal community and coming up with a common approach – how can all tribes get involved? • Impact of the potential legislation on market dynamics – a view from mature markets• Discussing various iGaming legislative proposals – what issues need to be addressed to gain tribal support? • North American regulation – drawing parallels to share lessons with regulated markets• Understanding the impact of internet gaming on existing establishments• What regulatory model would benefit tribes the most? • Acquire or partner? Reviewing and discussing viable strategies• Making sure tribal sovereignty is protected • Opportunities for partnerships and sharing of expertise – what can North American companies learn from the global pioneers and vice versa?• California leading the way? Gigi Levy, CEO, 888 HoldingsRobert Martin, Chairman, Morongo Band of Mission Indians Jim Ryan, CEO, PartyGamingMark Macarro, Chairman, Pechanga Band of Luiseno Mission Indians Malcolm Graham, CEO, PKRMiko Beasley Denson, Chair, Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians Moderator: Andrew Gellatly, Editorial Director, Gambling ComplianceLeslie Lohse, Chairwoman, California Tribal Business AllianceModerator: Victor Rocha, Owner-Editor, Pechanga.net NEW STAKEHOLDERS AND MARKET DYNAMICS10:00 US supplier panel: leveraging existing relationships to 14:30 Capital markets’ view on US iGaming – is it time to invest? compete with the global B2B players – can you catch up? • What is online gaming and online poker worth to the established US• Developing interactive strategies to serve your existing customers – gaming companies? why now? • Capital flow between USA and Europe – are acquisitions a feasible market• Evaluating your competitive advantage over the existing iGaming entry strategy for global iGaming brands willing to enter the market? suppliers: how relevant is your local expertise, regulatory compliance Andrew Lee, Bank of America/Merrill Lynch and relationships with US operators? Chris Jones, Telsey Advisory Group• Diversifying delivery platforms: online, mobile… getting closer to Moderator: James Kilsby, Americas Editor, Gambling Compliance the player• Buy or build: what’s the optimal strategy? 15:15 Coffee and refreshment break• Taking your current successful land-based brands and products online 15:45 New entrants to the marketplace – what new business• Developing bridge products that integrate online and offline models can be enabled by possible regulation of iGaming:• Migrating from server-based gaming to online technology, media, social gaming companies …Richard Schwartz, VP of Online Gaming, WMS • Who can get involved and how? Mapping a possible value chainGideon Bierer, EVP Interactive, IGT involving non-gaming companiesBruce Rowe, Senior VP, Strategy & Business Development, Bally Technologies • Exploring the cross-over between lotteries, skill games, fantasy, social gaming, media and entertainment and what partnership10:40 Coffee and refreshment break opportunities it creates • Impact of regulation on current non-gaming business models – riskLOTTERIES AT THE FOREFRONT or opportunity?11:10 Spotlight on Canada: lessons from the newly regulated • How the potential regulation might change the landscape globally North American market – BCLC case study and impact on the existing social gaming/virtual currency model Kevin Chou, CEO, Kabam (formerly Watercooler, part of Betfair)• Legal framework for iGaming in Canada – operational reality for Canadian government-run gaming organizations Mark Hutchinson, CEO, Velocity Gaming David Goldberg, former CEO, Youbet.com• The iGaming launch step-by-step: key considerations Cooper Moo, VP of Business Development, GSN Digital• Lessons learnt from the commercial launch Hai Ng, CIO, Continent8 TechnologiesKevin Gass, Vice President, Corporate Affairs, British Columbia Moderator: Steven Lipscomb, Founder, WPT and CEO, Ante4Lottery Corporation 16:45 Opinion debate: Unregulated operators – will they ever be11:40 Lotteries driving the change – regulatory, commercial and allowed to operate in the US? marketing considerations The likes of PokerStars and FullTilt currently dominate the poker market;• Online lottery launch vs. DoJ action have a strong brand and vast databases to feed their liquidity – what will• From subscription and ticket sales to… - what are the next online happen to them in a regulated environment? products to be offered by lotteries? Listen to this lively debate and ask your questions.• What is the cross-over between lottery and poker players? Joe Brennan, Chairman, iMEGA• Impact of intrastate and federal legislative efforts on lotteries Martin Owens, Owner, Law Offices of Martin Owens Jr.• Potential for interstate lottery cooperation 17:30 End of Day Two• How internet and social media are influencing lotteries’ communications and driving the need for more flexible technologies 21:00 until late Official GiGSE Party: Join us for a night of fun and new skill sets and networking – celebrate with your clients, partners and friends in the traditional GiGSE style!4 For more details and to register, go to www.gigse.com
  • 5. May 19, 2011 – Conference Day Three08:30 Registration opens. Morning coffee and refreshments 12:30 Networking lunch break08:55 Chairman’s opening remarks iGAMING IN PRACTICE – ENSURING A QUICKBRIDGE STRATEGIES – SECURING THE FIRST ROUTE TO MARKETMOVER ADVANTAGE 13:30 From land-based to online – step by step to your successful online gaming launch09:00 Developing consumer online behaviour – interactive This practical and interactive session will take you through all the key strategies for land-based casinos to bridge the gap considerations and steps of building and executing an online gaming between offline and online strategy, including:• What are the current interactive/internet strategies of land-based Strategy: casinos and how could they be adapted to build online loyalty and customer database? • How to leverage your land-based experience and assets in the online space – differences and similarities between online and offline• Using the online channel to educate players and then turn them into businesses casino visitors Supplier choice:• Marketing on social networks – following the success of the likes of Zynga • Choosing software and hardware for your online poker launch: what• Resources required and expected return on the investment do you need in terms of financial investment and human resources• Evaluating the business case and legal aspects of: • Reviewing and choosing suppliers: purely B2B or B2B/B2C provider? • Integrated offers – marrying online and land-based now Operations and back office: • Free-to-play games • Data management and CRM • Social games and virtual currency • Subscription-based gaming • Geo-location and player protection • Skill gaming • Combating fraud and cybercrime • Live casino • Online payments • Fantasy and social games Marketing: • Combined wallets • Online players’ acquisition channelsKevin Flood, Principal, Gameinlane.com • Affiliate marketingJohn Taylor, Chairman, Twin River Casino • Building a loyalty program across your original and online brandsJason Kellerman, CEO, PurePlay • Shifting towards a mass market player – appealing to a more casual gamer10:00 Case study: Launching a non-gambling site as a bridge Looking to the future: strategy to develop a B2C brand • Creating a scalable businessRohin Malhotra, Director, Chilipoker • Building expertise to gradually increase your software independence10:30 Focus on the player: building a customer-driven and product flexibility proposition in North America The session will include two case studies (by Groupe Partouche and Bonnier Lottery), followed by a panel discussion:• Player demographics – who plays online and what the cross-over is between online and offline Frank Pracukowski, Director of Administration, Foxwoods Development• Does brand matter? Company and COO, Velocity Gaming Moise Serero, CEO and Director, Interactive, Groupe Partouche• North American players’ preferences and habits for poker, casino, skill games, lottery Richard “Skip” Bronson, Chairman, US Digital Gaming Andreas Ternstrom, CEO, Bonnier Lottery• Finding online players – the importance of your presence on social networks 15:00 Selecting your partner for a quick online gaming launch –Steven Lipscomb, Founder, WPT and CEO, Ante4 how do you start your iGaming strategy to ensure a quickJohn Pappas, Executive Director, Poker Players Alliance way to market?11:00 Coffee and refreshment break In this interactive session, you will discuss: • Formulating your online strategy and business model11:30 Interactive workshop session: How to take the customer • Looking for a partner for your US launch following regulation experience and rebuild it for online interactionWhat if … Treasure Island, Hard Rock, Bicycle Club, Gulfstream Park Race • Considering the risks involvedTrack, NY Lottery … could start an iGaming site tomorrow? • Technology review and regulatory due diligenceLearn from your peers in this engaging and interactive scenario-based • Negotiating your partnership deal: who takes care of your brand,format. Discuss and plan in groups the look and feel of the iGaming site marketing, players, backoffice etc.?for those popular US brands Paul Miltenberger, Co-Founder, WagerWorks, Associate, SpectrumModerators: Gaming GroupAngus Nisbet, Gaming Director, Rank Interactive 16:00 End of GiGSE 2011Steve Salmon, Commercial and Operations Director, Rank Interactive Interested in speaking opportunities at GiGSE? Contact Ewa Bakun, Event Director, Clarion Gaming: +44 (0)207 370 8567; ewa.bakun@clariongaming.com For more details and to register, go to www.gigse.com 5
  • 6. 11th ANNUAL CONFERENCE 17 – 19 MAY 2011 Global iGaming Summit & Expo FAIRMONT HOTEL, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIASponsorship/Exhibition at GiGSEOperators and suppliers are gearing up for the legalisation of the North Opportunities at GiGSE include:American iGaming market. Organizations from land-based casino • Speaking on strategic panels – raise your profile as a thought leadergroups, Indian tribes, lotteries, card rooms, racetracks, even some of that has a wealth of experience when it comes to shaping an onlinethe social and fantasy games operators, are deciding on partners and strategy in North Americasuppliers now to help them launch their online operations. • Moderating interactive workshop sessions on regulatory models,GiGSE is your platform to help you: brands and B2B partnership opportunities – engage with conference• Form partnerships, secure deals, and increase your brand awareness attendees, discuss their needs directly, exchange business cards with with the North American key players potential clients while demonstrating your thought leadership in an interactive, intimate and relaxed format• Leverage your existing relationships in the land-based industry and inform your existing North American partners of your expansion and • Cocktail reception and Official Party sponsorship – treat your new proposition in the growing iGaming arena existing and potential clients to an evening of fun, networking and drinks• Secure your leading position as a partner of choice with long- standing expertise in the iGaming space • Exhibition stand – demonstrate your products and expertise at a dedicated booth where you can meet your clients and invite them• Win new customers and continue dialogue with the existing clients for more in-depth discussion on how you can help them in their iGaming efforts GiGSE 2011 sponsors and Atlantis Internet Group/ Continent 8 exhibitors: Tribal Gaming Network Technologies Plc Get involved now to win your share of the market. Contact us today! Sponsorship/Exhibition enquiries: Media/PR enquiries: Michelle Dencer-Brown Brian Mc Donald Yeemay Huang T: +44 (0)7818 573803 T: +44 (0)207 370 8566 T: +44 (0)207 370 8579 E: mdb@clariongaming.com E: brian.mcdonald@clariongaming.com E: yeemay.huang@clariongaming.com GiGSE 2010 sponsors and exhibitors included: GiGSE 2011 media partners and supporting associations:GiGSE venueWorld-renowned, The Fairmont San Francisco hotel presents anawe-inspiring picture of historic San Francisco. Centrally located,The Fairmont San Francisco luxury hotel is a short cable car tripfrom bustling Downtown, Financial District, Union Square andFishermans Wharf.950 Mason StreetSan Francisco, CaliforniaUnited States941086 For more details and to register, go to www.gigse.com
  • 7. 3 Easy Ways to Register:1. Register online at www.gigse.com – quickest and easiest way to book2. Call our hotline on +44(0)20 7370 8577 and speak to Shane Mortimer, Cheryl Cheong or Thomas Baines3. Fill out the booking form below and fax it to +44(0)20 7370 8562 or email to kerry.jones@clariongaming.comDelegate Booking Form:Contact: Kerry Jones, Tel: +44 (0)1242 529 090, Fax: +44 20 7370 8562, Email: kerry.jones@clariongaming.com. To guarantee your place at thisevent please complete the form below and return with credit card details for payment. If you are unable to pay by credit card please contact us todiscuss other payment methods. Please note that we must receive payment in advance of the event. All fields marked * are obligatory.*Mr / Mrs / Ms / Miss / Dr / Prof * First Name: ___________________________ * Surname: ___________________________________________*Job Title: __________________________________________________________ *Company: ___________________________________________*Type of Company (please circle): Operator Supplier-Payments Supplier-Software Supplier – Supplier – Other Other Security+Fraud Please specify: Law firm Regulator/ Financial Media & Affiliate Government Institution Association*Sector(s) of gaming you are in (you can tick more than one option): Casino Sportsbetting Poker Bingo Lottery Street/AWP Soft/Skill Other Games Please specify:*How do you deliver this to the market (please circle – you can circle more than one option): Landbased Remote-Online Mobile*Correspondence Address: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________*Postcode: _________________________ *Country: ______________________ *Tel: _______________________________________________*Email: __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________*Signature: _________________________________________________________ *Date: ______________________________________________FEES: All transactions will be processed in US dollars. No VAT is payable on the delegate places for this event. Super Early Bird Rate Early Bird Rate Standard rate Late/onsite rate All rates are per person (ends March 4) (ends April 8) (ends May 13) (from May 14 onwards) BEST RATE Individual (1-2 places booked at once) $1,495.00 $1,595.00 $1,695.00 $1,795.00 Multi rate (3+ places booked at once) $1,295.00 $1,395.00 $1,495.00 $1,695.00 Regulator/Government (including lotteries) $795.00 $845.00 $895.00 $1095.00Number of registrations: _________________ Total Amount Payable: ________________ US DollarsCredit Card DetailsCard type: Visa Mastercard AmexCard No: _______________________________ Start Date: _________________ Expiry Date: _________________________________________Security code (3 or 4 digits): _______________ Cardholder name: _________________________________________________________________Address if different from the one above: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Cardholder’s Signature: _______________________________________________ Date: ______________________________________________ Cancellations:QUOTE PROMO CODE: 1. All cancellations must be received in writing and it is the responsibility of the cancelling party to ensure their cancellation has been receivedGeneral terms and conditions: 2. Cancellations made up to and including April 15 2011: A refund will be made minus a 20%1. Upon making your booking with us to attend the Global iGaming Summit and Expo administration fee that will be retained by the organiser. If no payment has been made (GiGSE) you must agree to and adhere to our terms and conditions then 20% of the original fee will be due immediately.2. Sending us a completed booking form or completing your details in our online shop 3. Cancellations made from April 16 2011 onwards: No refunds will be made. Full conference constitutes a legally binding contract. delegates will receive the post-conference materials by email. If no payment has been3. It may be necessary for reasons beyond the control of ATL (trading as Clarion Gaming) made then 100% of the original fee will be due immediately. to change the contents and timings of the programme, the speakers, the date or the 4. Substitutions are welcome for paid registrants at no additional charge with advance notice. venue. We will not disclose your details to third parties (unrelated to Clarion Events) for the4. Payment is due upon booking your place purposes of marketing. By submitting your details, you agree to the use of your personal5. There is no admittance to GiGSE unless payment has been received in full. information as set out in the Privacy Policy (http://www.clariongaming.com). You will also6. In the unlikely event of the programme being cancelled, ATL will make a full refund but be indicating your consent for your details to be used by us to send information about our disclaim any further liability. events to you by e-mail, telephone, mobile, post and fax as explained in the Privacy Policy7. Reservations will only be accepted on receipt of this form being completed and will be unless you indicate otherwise by ticking the box below. on a strictly `first come – first served’ basis. If you do not wish to receive information from Clarion about our events,8. Accommodation is not included in the delegate fee. please tick the box For more details and to register, go to www.gigse.com 7
  • 8. More reasons to book early...Engage with, and learn from, the leading figures in the Who you will meet at GiGSE 2011 in San Francisco, CAonline gaming debate in North America, including: The 11th Global iGaming Summit & Expo will bring together senior executives and decision-makers to discuss how to take advantage ofJacob Appelsmith, Bureau Chief, Special Assistant Attorney General, the emerging North American iGaming market and to network andDepartment of Justice, Division of Law Enforcement, Bureau of create strategic partnerships for the exchange of expertise and theGambling Control, California quickest route to market possible.Miko Beasley Denson, Chair, Mississippi Band of Choctaw IndiansGideon Bierer, EVP Interactive, IGTJoe Brennan Jr., Chairman, iMEGA GiGSE’s attendees will represent all the keyRichard D. Bronson, Chairman, US Digital Gaming stakeholders, including:Micheal A. Brown, Councilmember, Council of the District of ColumbiaJohn Campbell, Congressman, US House of Representatives (R–CA) • Land-based casinos (large and mid-sized brick-and-mortar operations)Kevin Chou, CEO, Kabam, formerly Watercooler, part of Betfair • Indian tribes/First NationsMarc W. Dunbar, Partner, Pennington, Moore, Wilkinson & Dunbar • Card clubsMichael Epps, Commissioner, New Jersey Casino Control Commission • Racetracks and pari-mutuelsKevin Flood, Principal, Gameinlane • Horse racing operatorsKevin Gass, Vice President, Corporate Affairs, British Columbia • State and provincial lotteriesLottery Corporation • Free-to-play gaming operators (social and skill games)Andrew Gellatly, Editorial Director, Gambling Compliance • Subscription based operators of poker, fantasy sportsMalcolm Graham, CEO, PKR • Gaming regulators and provincial gaming commissionsDavid Goldberg, former CEO, Youbet.com • State and Federal legislators and policy-makersBrett Hale, SVP, Corporate and Governmental Relations, Churchill Downs • Technology companies and start-upsCarole Hardy, Assistant Director for Marketing, Oregon Lottery • International online gaming operators and suppliersPeggy Hendershot, SVP Governmental Affairs, National Thoroughbred • Lobby groupsRacing Association (NTRA) • Law firmsMark Hutchinson, CEO, Velocity Gaming • Gaming analysts and consultantsLaurie Itkin, VP Public Affairs, TVG/Betfair USChris Jones, Telsey Advisory Group • InvestorsJan Jones-Blackhurst, SVP, Communications/Government Relations, Who attended GiGSE 2010 in MontrealCaesars EntertainmentJason Kellerman, CEO, PurePlayJames Kilsby, Americas Editor, Gambling ComplianceAndrew Lee, Bank of America/Merrill Lynch EU 24%Lloyd Levine, Associate, Lafayette Gaming Group North America 70%Gigi Levy, CEO, 888 Holdings ROW 6%Mark Lipparelli, Member of the Board, Nevada Gaming Control BoardSteven Lipscomb, Founder, WPT and CEO, Ante4Leslie Lohse, Chairwoman, California Tribal Business AllianceMark Macarro, Chairman, Pechanga Band of Luiseño Mission IndiansRohin Malhotra, Director, ChillipokerRobert Martin, Chairman, The Morongo Band of Mission Indians Networking at GiGSE 2011 in San Francisco, CAPaul Miltenberger, Founder, Wagerworks, Associate, Spectrum Whether you are a bold and well-practiced networker, happy toGaming Group strike up conversations with our 60+ expert speakers after theirCooper Moo, VP of Business Development, GSN Digital presentations; or new to the industry, there is a networking event atBill Murray, Deputy Director and General Counsel, New York Lottery GiGSE that will meet your business demands.Hai Ng, CIO, Continent8 TechnologiesAngus Nisbet, Gaming Director, Rank Interactive • GiGSE enables more interactionMartin Owens, Owner, Law Offices of Martin Owens Jr. than any other conference byJohn Pappas, Executive Director, Poker Players Alliance introducing a ‘cabaret’ styleWilliam J. Pascarell III, Partner, Princeton Public Affairs Group, Inc. conference room set-up; youMichael Pollock, Managing Director, Spectrum Gaming Group will be sitting in roundtables soJon Porter, Director of Public Policy, Akerman Senterfitt, former you can engage even more with your fellow GiGSE attendeesCongressman (R-NV) during the conference sessions.Frank Pracukowski, Director of Administration, Foxwoods Learn not only from speakers andDevelopment Company and COO, Velocity Gaming panellists, but also from those atMelissa Riahei, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, US your table.Digital Gaming, former Legal Counsel, Illinois LotteryVictor Rocha, Owner-Editor, Pechanga.net • The opening GiGSE cocktail reception at the end of Day One willI. Nelson Rose, Distinguished Senior Professor, Whittier Law School give you an opportunity to mingle with other attendees, discuss the conclusions of the day’s sessions and start making the necessaryBruce Rowe, Senior VP, Strategy & Business Development, connections that you can develop throughout the following twoBally Technologies days. All in a friendly atmosphere and with a drink in your hand.Michael Rumbolz, Chair, Internet Gaming Committee,Seminole Hard Rock International • Official GiGSE Evening Party on Day Two – a perfect way to relax,Jim Ryan, CEO, PartyGaming make new friends, catch up with international colleagues or strikeSteve Salmon, Commercial and Operations Director, Rank Interactive a deal.Richard Schwartz, VP of Online Gaming, WMS • Interactive group discussions on branding and regulatory modelsMoise Serero, CEO and Director, Interactive, Groupe Partouche will give you scope to engage with your peers and enjoy a moreKevin Sullivan, Senior Vice President - Business Development, Boyd Gaming collaborative conference experience.John Taylor, Chairman, Twin River Casino • Refreshment and lunch breaks will provide an opportunity toDan Walsh, Senior Director of Governmental Affairs, Greenberg Traurig discuss sessions, ask further questions and clarify the top issues.Andre Wilsenach, CEO, Alderney Gambling Control Commission • San Francisco, CA offers a perfectPierre Wuu, Online Director, California Online Poker Association backdrop to GiGSE this year, notFor the most up-to-date list, please go to www.gigse.com only because of the importance of California as a possible iGaming jurisdiction, but also as an excitingInterested in speaking opportunities at GiGSE? city full of great places to visit, toContact Ewa Bakun, Event Director, Clarion Gaming: meet with friends and clients and+44 (0)207 370 8567; ewa.bakun@clariongaming.com to have fun. 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