The Gaming Standards Association (GSA) is holding its annual meeting during Global Gaming Expo (G2E) 2014, in Las Vegas, the group announced.
The meeting will take place on October 1 at 1pm in the Casanova Room 604, in the Sands Expo and Convention Center. G2E will take place at the same venue from September 30 to October 2.
At the annual meeting, Bruce Rowe, president of Renaissance Casino Solutions LLC, will present the very latest on the implementation of the current GSA standards. Gavin Clarkson, professor at New Mexico State University, will address “The State of adoption of GSA standards”.
The annual meeting is free and open to public. Registration is required via the GSA website.
Established in 1998, GSA has more than 60 member and affiliate companies and organisations.
“We have many established standards that are in use around the world,” GSA president Peter DeRaedt said in a statement. “However, we are never satisfied, and we will continue to develop and refine standards to best suit the industry’s critical business and development needs,” he added.
GSA’s major focus over the last year has been to identify the need of standards to support the online gaming community.
“Our progress on the online gaming standard is moving ahead quickly,” said Ethan Tower, GSA’s protocol director. “We expect to release the initial draft of the third party interface standard to our membership for review in the next few weeks,” he added.
GSA will be in booth #2709 at G2E.
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