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Bo Bernhard, Brett Abarbanel, Dan Sahl
Presentation: Bo Bernhard, Brett Abarbanel, Dan Sahl
Bo Bernhard, Brett Abarbanel, and Dan Sahl (all International Gaming Institute) recently returned from giving several presentations at the ICE Totally Gaming conference in London. Bernhard presented on responsible gambling and the future of the Japanese integrated resort, while Sahl presented on the design challenges of incorporating more skill into slot play. Abarbanel hosted the ICE Research Exchange — where academics from all over the world discussed research projects with business implications for the gambling sector.
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