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Jeff Ifrah to Present Master Class Series on April 1 at the 2019 National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) Conference

The 2019 National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) Trade Show & Convention  features a new Master Class Series and Training Session as part of an expanded schedule on Monday, April 1, delivering comprehensive classes that address real-time scenarios taking place in Tribal gaming, including the influx of sports betting to the market.

This impressive educational forum gives Tribal leaders, industry executives, and gaming professionals the opportunity to gain key insight and tactics for improving casino operations and improving profitability while navigating the complex legal and regulatory landscape. There are four Master Class tracks to choose from, focusing on the topics of sports betting, executive leadership, slot operations, and Tribal Gaming Protection Network’s AML/Title 31.

Jeff Ifrah will be joined by fellow panelists Mike Hoenig of the National Indian Gaming Commission, Bea Carson – Chairwoman, Choctaw Gaming Commission, and Stephen Hart – Partner at Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie in presenting in the Master Class Series track, “Sports Betting for Native American Casino Operators”. Frank Pracukowski of iGaming Capital will serve as the Moderator. Topics discussed during the class include sports betting contracts, mobile sports betting options for Tribal casinos, managing internal controls, and protecting your Tribal interests, Tribal Compact, casino, and database of players.

The Master Class will take place on Monday, April 1 from 3:00 PM-3:50 PM in Room 16A-16B. For more information on the 2019 NIGA Master Class Series and Training Sessions, click here .