GLI to bring jurisdictional knowledge to WIGA 2017
14 Jun 2017
GLI Client Service Representative Casey Mitchell has a thorough understanding of the regulatory requirements and technical standards for EGM testing in various jurisdictions, including Washington's Appendix X2. He has experience and knowledge in providing gaming machines and systems-related training through GLI University to more than 20 regulatory agencies across the U.S. and Canada. Mitchell would be more than happy to share his insights into the state of gaming in the region, as well as answer any questions concerning GLI's certification reports and GLIAccess.
GLI Director of Client Services Michael Capen said, "Casey is a great resource for regulators, suppliers and operators in the Northwestern region because he's been immersed in the gaming market for so long. He began his career at GLI in 1996. Since then, he's forged strong relationships with his clients, and we are pleased that he will be attending this conference and expo so that he can offer his knowledge and expertise to the clients in attendance."
WIGA provides attendees with a platform to discuss current and upcoming challenges in the gaming industry with peers and industry experts working in the region. Topics at this year's conference include discussions focused on Class II and Class III gaming; player development; table games; regional regulation; responsible gaming; fantasy sports and sports betting; security and surveillance and social gaming. For more information about the event, please visit the trade show's website.
To learn more about GLI and the services they offer, please visit the Gaming Labs website.