For Immediate Release
Contact: John Guerber
NIGC to Offer Regulating Game Machine Training in Watertown, South Dakota
Washington, DC, June 2, 2011 — The National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) will be presenting a "Regulating Gaming Technology" training event on June 14-16, 2011 at the Dakota Sioux Casino in Watertown, South Dakota.
This comprehensive 3-day training will not only reflect regional needs, but also incorporate front-line regulatory input on a subject like gaming technology that is always evolving. All tribal leaders, tribal gaming regulatory authorities and casino compliance personnel are encouraged to attend this course on gaming technologies as a method to maintain the effective regulation of technology on the casino floor.
“This training provides attendees customized training geared towards the regulation of technology at various tribal gaming venues. Furthermore, the training is also designed to incorporate both current and future trends in gaming in areas such as Electronic Gaming Machines, Gaming Forensics, Associated Equipment, Class II Gaming Systems, and other areas” states NIGC Chairwoman Tracie Stevens.
The course agenda, registration, and additional information can be found under the technical assistance and training section at www.nigc.gov, or by reaching our St. Paul regional office at (651) 290-4004.
The NIGC is an independent regulatory agency established within the Department of the Interior pursuant to the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988.
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