New Jersey Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin to Keynote at 26th Annual East Coast Gaming Congress

By | April 12, 2023


New Jersey Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin will deliver a luncheon keynote address at the 26th Annual East Coast Gaming Congress (ECGC) to be held April 19-20 at the Hard Rock Atlantic City.

“It is an honor to be the keynote speaker at this year’s East Coast Gaming Congress in Atlantic City. I’m looking forward to sharing with regulators and industry representatives how New Jersey will continue being a place where the gaming industry thrives and innovates, all while my office and the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement advance our groundbreaking efforts on regulating gambling activity and responsible gaming,“ said Attorney General Platkin.

“We are thrilled to have New Jersey’s top law-enforcement official address our conference. He plays a critical leadership role in the future of Atlantic City and the entire gaming industry,” said Lloyd D. Levenson, CEO of the Cooper Levenson law firm and a co-founder of the conference.

“Attorney General Platkin continues a time-honored tradition. Past keynote speakers include six sitting, former and acting New Jersey governors, as well as numerous other state officials. Our attendees expect to hear from – and to meet– the leaders who will create the future of gaming, and New Jersey has been in that leadership role for nearly a half-century,” said conference co-founder Michael Pollock, Managing Director of Spectrum Gaming Group.

ECGC’s broad roster of speakers will also include nine industry CEOs sharing their insights on gaming issues present and future. There also will be panel discussions, a networking reception at Hard Rock’s DAER Nightclub, and an “Until We Meet Again” reception to conclude the two-day event.

The two-day conference is organized and produced by Cooper Levenson, Attorneys at Law; Spectrum Gaming Group; Playdoit; and SI Sports Book.

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