Panel Discussion: iLottery – If We Knew Then What We Know Now

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Panel Discussion: iLottery – If We Knew Then What We Know Now

The very first U.S. lottery to sell a game online was Minnesota back in 2010. Since then, and the implementation of twenty more ilotteries, what have proven out to be the relevant insights, advancements, and keys to success? How have our ideas changed over that time – i.e. what might we have done differently if we had a do-over? What are some current assumptions or methods of operations that we can expect to change in the coming years?  How do online casinos and sports betting influence the online players’ journey and otherwise affect the iLottery sector?  How many states will be offering lottery products online two years from now? 

Moderator: John Martin, Director, Maryland Lottery and Gaming

Panelists:

David Barden, President & CEO, New Mexico Lottery

Amy Bergette, 
Vice President, Digital Content Studio, Scientific Games

Brad Cummings, 
Founder & CEO, EQL Games

Mike Lightman
, Chief Commercial Officer, Instant Wing Gaming (IWG)

Julin Shaw
, Sr. Director, Brand Marketing & Business Development, NeoPollard

Frank Suarez
, Executive Director, DC Lottery

Bishop Woosley
, Senior Advisor, Jackpocket

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