Bingo Expo at Riv bigger than ever

Mar 9, 2004 6:27 AM

Bingo is back and it’s bigger than ever! More than 2,000 leading bingo industry operators, vendors and media are expected to gather at the 8th Annual BingoWorld Conference and Expo, March Tuesday-Thursday, at the Riviera Hotel & Casino.

BingoWorld is preceded by a new half-day conference, Bingo.II, on Tuesday afternoon.

Bingo.II is devoted to the future of Class II gaming and the tremendous potential for growth it offers for Tribal Gaming operations.

A ruling from the National Indian Gaming Commission about non-compacted Class II electronic bingo gaming devices could pave the way for a new wave of Tribal Gaming success around the country.

And recently the Oklahoma legislature legalized modified Class II gaming slots, which also allows for the machines’ placement at racetracks. More than 200 people have pre-registered for Bingo.II.

The BingoWorld Conference, on Wednesday and Thursday, features 18 diverse seminars, addressing six conference track topics:

”¡ Creature Comforts

”¡ Players are Your Guests

”¡ The Winning Experience

”¡ Planning and Programming for Success

”¡ Expanding Entertainment Options

”¡ Integrity is Not Negotiable

More than 50 leading bingo vendors, operators and regulators will serve as speakers, moderators and panelists at Bingo.II and BingoWorld Conference sessions.

The BingoWorld Expo has expanded from last year’s record-breaking turn-out. It will feature the industry’s leading vendors, who will be showing a diverse mix of products ranging from traditional bingo products to the latest in electronic technology.

BingoWorld attracts the industry’s vendors and operators from around the globe. Once again, Canada will be well-represented among attendees, and with the addition of the Bingo.II conference, BingoWorld 2004 will welcome a large number of Indian Gaming operators from around the country.

To view all 18 seminar titles and descriptions, see the list of confirmed speakers to-date, view the list of exhibitors and to register, log on to