Poker continues to command more attention at one of the premier conferences for the online gambling industry, iGaming North America (iGNA).
The 2014 edition of iGNA features an expanded Poker Track that brings together some of the most recognizable – and influential – names in regulated online poker.
iGNA 2014 takes place from March 19th through the 21st at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas.
The Poker Track (sponsored, somewhat appropriately, by PokerTracker.com) runs on March 20th (day 2 of iGNA) from 3:45 to 5:15 in Celebrity Ballroom 4.
You can view the complete schedule for iGNA 2014 here.
The first half of the Poker Track at iGNA 2014 is a panel titled Regulated Online Poker – The Story So Far.
The 45-minute panel brings together voices from operators like WSOP.com and Ultimate Poker along with members of the poker media and data ecosystem to discuss the first full year of regulated online poker in the United States.
Moderated by OPR, the panel consists of:
Topics to be covered include a frank assessment of performance to date in New Jersey, Nevada and Delaware, an analysis of what’s gone right – and what’s gone wrong – for operators in those markets and thoughts on the next step in the evolution of regulated online poker.
The panel begins at 3:45 on March 20th in Celebrity Ballroom 4.
Immediately following Regulated Online Poker – The Story So Far is the second half of the Poker Track: The Poker Player’s Panel.
This marks the second year of the Poker Player’s Panel at iGNA, and again attendees will be given a rare and valuable opportunity to appreciate online gambling products from the perspective of hyper-informed consumers.
The panel is moderated by Mike Gentile of PokerFuse.com and made up of:
The panel begins at 4:30 on March 20th in Celebrity Ballroom 4.
Review the full iGNA 2014 schedule here.