Monday, October 25, 2010

Sightline Payments Gets Ready for Global Gaming Expo (G2E) 2010





Sightline Payments Gets Ready for Global Gaming Expo (G2E) 2010

Make sure you visit Sightline Payments at Booth 3021 or view us on the interactive exhibit map- click here

Sightline Payments has invested considerably in the last 12 months on innovative payment technologies to the gaming market ensuring the most reliable, secure, and convenient solutions for consumers to access their funds in a casino. Sightline’s transformational approach to the industry focuses on delivering solutions that none of their competitor’s offer that can generate new and meaningful revenue and reduce expenses to the casino operator.

Global Gaming Expo- G2E, the only event “by the industry, for the industry,” has spent 10 years on the cutting edge to help businesses succeed in the gaming industry. Join us this November 16-18 in Las Vegas to see and learn what’s new and what’s next in the dynamic and ever-changing casino payments industry.

Exhibitor Hours:
Tuesday, November 16
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday, November 17
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday, November 18
10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Don’t miss on Thursday, November 18 10:30am - 11:30am the Tribal Gaming Keynote: Tribal Crossfire—Native American Leaders Roundtable
The growth of tribal gaming, like that of commercial gaming, has slowed recently. The economic downturn, questions about financing and sovereignty and a change in administration have all worked together to make tribal gaming expansion that much more complicated. At this session, one of the most respected journalists in Indian Country convenes a panel of regional and national tribal leaders to discuss the issues that will shape tribal government gaming in the future.
The Moderator is Victor Rocha, owner & editor of Pechanga.net along with speakers: Honorable Leslie Lohse, chairwoman, California Tribal Business Alliance; Kurt Luger executive director, Great Plains Indian Gaming Association; Sheila Morago, executive director, Arizona Indian Gaming Association; Brian Patterson, president, United South & Eastern Tribes, Inc.; Daniel J. Tucker, chairman, California Nations Indian Gaming Association; Mark Van Norman, executive director, National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA).

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