Leadership Takes Center Stage at East Coast Gaming Congress

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ – The 27th Annual East Coast Gaming Congress is poised to once again be a forum for top industry leaders to unveil new ideas and chart the future of the global gaming industry.

ECGC 27.0, the longest-running gaming conference in the United States, takes place April 17-18 at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino here, and will maintain a longstanding tradition in which CEOs, top regulators and other leaders note the opportunities, challenges and plans that will shape gaming’s future.

“Our speakers, including 11 leading CEOs, will address issues ranging from the political to the pragmatic, and our attendees will be well positioned to leverage those insights to shape their own organizational plans,” said ECGC co-founder Michael Pollock.

“Our conference was founded on the principle of inviting leaders on stage to address an audience of leaders, and we are again keeping that promise,” said ECGC co-founder Lloyd D. Levenson, Chairman and CEO of the Cooper Levenson law firm.

The following leaders will deliver keynote addresses:

James Allen
Chairman, Hard Rock International & CEO, Seminole Gaming​

David Cordish
CEO & Chairman, The Cordish Companies

Jay Dorris
President & CEO, PCI Gaming Authority

Tim Drehkoff
CEO, Rush Street Gaming

Soo Kim
Chairman, Bally’s Corporation

Bill Miller
President & CEO, American Gaming Association

Audrey Oswell
President/Managing Director, Atlantis Paradise Island

Ray Pineault
President & CEO, Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment

Thomas Reeg
CEO, Caesars Entertainment

Anna Sainsbury
CEO & Co-Founder, GeoComply

Jay Snowden
CEO & President, Penn Entertainment

Additional speakers include a wide range of leading regulators, suppliers, investors and other experts who will address a broad array of topics that are central to the future of gaming, including igaming, lotteries, new technologies and the view from Wall Street.

The conference will also present a Lifetime Achievement Award to David Rebuck, who recently retired after 13 years of exemplary service as Director of the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement. The cocktail reception on April 17 will honor the legacy of the late gaming pioneer H. Steven Norton.

Past ECGC speakers have included six sitting, former and acting governors of New Jersey, as well as all CEOs who have ever led the American Gaming Association. The conference will again provide outstanding opportunities for sponsorships, networking, professional development, and business-to-business discussions. For more information, visit www.ecgc.us or contact Donna Vecere at dvecere@cooperlevenson.com

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