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Board announced for EEGS in November

Tue, Jul 2, 12:59pm by Staff Writer

The Eastern European Gaming Summit has announced members of its advisory board.

The Advisory Board will follow up the development of the event and will share its expert opinion on topics, lecturers and trends on the conference, Calvin Ayre reports.

The 12th edition of the Eastern European Gaming Summit will be held on the 19th and 20th of November in Sofia, Bulgaria and comes with a brand new vision, built on the last year’s event and is reinforcing the message of Bridging the Future.

The topics included in the summit’s agenda, follow up the latest trends in the industry.

During the conference, expect discussions on topical issues related to both the growing role of new technologies in the gaming industry and traditional themes related to land based and live gaming.

Traditionally, at the end of the first conference day, the Greet and Meet Party, organised with the support of Gaming Laboratories International, will provide an exceptional networking opportunity for all delegates and exhibitors of EEGS 2019 and BEGE Expo 2019.

The Eastern European Gaming Summit is an annual gaming conference keeping industry experts up to date with the latest regulatory and technological developments in eastern Europe.

The event gathers 200+ industry representatives from 22 countries, helping them gain in-depth knowledge about hot updates and legal cases from top-level industry experts.

EEGS is the right place for anyone looking to enhance their competence and get updates on the emergency eastern European opportunities and challenges.

Could Moulin Rouge site be back to former glory?

The historic site of the Moulin Rouge casino doesn’t look like much more than an abandoned lot on most days, but several groups are now considering buying the property.

Just in the past week, the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority and the Nevada Restaurant Services have both shown an interest in renovating the site.

The Moulin Rouge was only open for five months in 1955, but in that short time it made history.

It was the first casino in Las Vegas to allow white and black customers to mingle, and that was a big deal, because while other resorts would allow black entertainers to perform, they had to leave the building immediately after the performance was done.

What makes the Moulin Rouge site special nowadays is that it has never given up its unlimited gambling licence.

To maintain its legal ability to host a gambling site, every two years, it plays host to a trailer-sized casino.

As a result, if anyone were to buy the property, they’d already have a gambling licence to work with.

Las Vegas Now has reported previously that Nevada Restaurant Services, the operator of popular bar chain Dotty’s has expressed an interest in buying the site.

That got the Las Vegas officials immediately excited, as previous owners of the site have allowed it to deteriorate badly.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority is interest in building its own tavern-style casino on the site, and has already put a $5.5 million offer forward.

The overall plan for the site would also call for housing, retail space and a satellite campus for one of the local colleges in an effort to “change and transform the landscape of that property.”

Kevin Hanchett, the court-appointed receive for the property, noted that there are there other potential buyers of the property that have yet to be revealed.

So it seems like the question will not be if there will be a new Moulin Rouge, but when.

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