The Indian Gaming Association Tradeshow, running April 10-11 in Anaheim, California, is only a week away and is promising "unparalleled industry insight" at its education sessions.


The DigitalPlay Summit is set to “leverage a distinguished collection of renowned experts and thought leaders” from the industry across its “comprehensive seminar programme.”

The first day opens with the C-Level Summit Tribal roundtable with speakers including Marcus Yoder, Playtech chief commercial officer and Joe Asher, president of Sports Betting at IGT reflecting on topics such as progress post-PASPA and look at the prospects for igaming. Moderation is provided by Daron Dorsey, AGEM president.

Sam Basile, VP business development NA, GeoComply and Jennifer Carleton, chief legal officer, Sightline Payments will follow this session with a deep dive into the protection of digital wallets and apps.

Second day highlights include Jonathan Edson, senior vice president, business development, FanDuel joining a panel discussion on sports and tribal leader partnerships, while Patrick Tarnay, senior business development manager from BetMGM considers a range of topics from gateways to iGaming to sportsbook integration.

These subjects join a host of other trending topics in a packed schedule of educational sessions that will run alongside the newly announced DPS which has been introduced to IGA’s 2024 event.

Ernest Stevens Jr, Indian Gaming Association Chairman, said: “The high-profile names and the brands they represent in our program of seminar sessions reflect the commitment to the wider event that we’re excited to unveil in Anaheim this year. “Our sector is moving forward, evolving daily and with that comes the need for insight into best practices, solutions and innovation that tribal gaming is a true hotbed for.

“The Indian Gaming Tradeshow and Convention is the largest gathering of tribal leaders and casino executives in the country and we’re honoured to be able to host some of the most experienced figures from the global industry to share their thoughts.”