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ONLINE GAMING CONFERENCE SCHEDULED FOR NEW JERSEY
18th December, 2013 at 02:14:28
Atlantic City Convention Center the venue.
Providing more evidence of the growing momentum of online gambling, the Atlantic City Convention Center in New Jersey is to host a one day conference on the subject on January 25 next year.
Sponsored by the publication iGaming Player, the iGaming Player Expo will include real-time demonstrations of all online casinos
currently operating in the nascent New Jersey market...and players attending will receive bonuses by registering for any of the casinos exhibiting.
The organisers also plan to present seminars on how to gamble online, the basics of online poker, blackjack, roulette, video poker and slot machines, advice from professional poker players about playing the game online, how to deposit money and collect winnings.
Representatives from Atlantic City casinos will be present to explain the i-gaming payment process, and representatives from leading slot manufacturers will demonstrate some of the slot and video poker games that the casinos are offering online.
Related News Tags: Atlantic City, Expo, New Jersey
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