GLI wraps up successful Midwest seminar in Indiana

Casino Review, James Maida, GLI, Regulator, Indianapolis
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The Midwest Regional Regulator’s Seminar was a free, one-day training event held in Indianapolis.

 

[dropcap]G[/dropcap]aming Laboratories International, in conjunction with the Indiana Gaming Commission, recently concluded a successful Midwest Regional Regulator’s Seminar.

The event, hosted by GLI’s world-renowned training program – GLI University – attracted more than 80 attendees from 13 different jurisdictions.

This was a great opportunity to provide world-class knowledge to our Midwest regulator clients whom we have had the honour of serving since the inception of gaming in their states

 

The Midwest Regional Regulator’s Seminar – a free, one-day training event held in Indianapolis – was comprised of highly informative and interactive forums designed to provide Midwest regulators with up-to-date information and a chance to speak with top industry professionals about challenges and upcoming trends. It also provided attendees with the opportunity to cultivate critical relationships with counterparts from nearby states.

“This was a great opportunity to provide world-class knowledge to our Midwest regulator clients whom we have had the honour of serving since the inception of gaming in their states,” remarked GLI president and CEO James Maida. “It also gave them the ability to share quality time with each other, exchange ideas about how to improve the regulation of the industry – and promote further cooperation among regulatory agencies.”

I could not have been more pleased with GLI’s Midwest Regional Gaming Regulator’s Seminar

 

Meanwhile, Indiana Gaming Commission executive director Sara Gonso Tait added: “I could not have been more pleased with GLI’s Midwest Regional Gaming Regulator’s Seminar. We were happy to co-host this tremendous event. It was a wonderful opportunity to network and learn with fellow regulators [and] I commend GLI for attracting such prestigious panelists and developing an agenda with relevant topic areas for gaming regulators.”

 


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