New combined Global Game Protection and Table Games Conferences to take place in November

Top experienced executives will talk about security and surveillance, anti-fraud and anti-cheating tactics, analytics, marketing strategies and promotions to the development of new and exciting table games.

For the first time, both conferences will be available together for delegates of the global gaming industry.
For the first time, both conferences will be available together for delegates of the global gaming industry.

Professionals in the security and monitoring fields, as well as casino managers will have the chance to attend a special, unique event for their main interests. From November 16th to 18th, it will occur the Global Game Protection Conference (GGPC) and the Global Table Games Conference (GTGC). The venue for this 3-day gathering will be Las Vegas, United States.

The GGPC will keep executives informed about the state-of-the-art technology, the latest news and the critical thinking that makes security and surveillance one of the most fluid areas of any facility. In order to combat advantage play, cheating, fraud and internal theft at this COVID-19 era, companies must change some facets of their game protection apparatus. One area in mind is ETGs and EGMs, both on the rise and projected to continue growing. While the GTGC is designed to empower operators with the knowledge and tools they need to leverage the full potential of their table games business.

Richard Marcus (Casino Table Game Protection Consultant and Trainer), the organizer of these conferences, comments: “The events will feature the best lineup of presenters ever seen at a Game Protection or Table Games Conference. This really will be the only dual event of its kind. The Game Protection Conference will have a much narrower focus, dealing with protecting casinos from real threats. The GTGC will analyze performance at Table Games, Electronic Table Games, Electronic Gaming Machines and everything that is physically present in casinos.”

There is a strong list of confirmed speakers for both events: Roger Snow (SVP, Scientific Games), Derk Boss (VP Surveillance, American Casino & Entertainment Properties), Malcolm Rutherford (Executive Vice President of Strategic Operations, eConnect), Paula Ludwig (VP, Griffin Investigations), Terry Roses (Marked Card Detection Training Consultant), Michael Shackleford (Wizard of Odds), Ari Mizrachi (SVP and Head of North America Business, Tangam Systems), Ryan Yee (Executive Director – Table Games Development, Scientific Games), Marcelo Silva Manci (Country Product Manager of Table Games, Logrand Entertainment Group, and Tournament Director, WSOP Mexico), Rob Bone (VP Tables, Utilities and ETGs, Scientific Games), Brian Stanton (VP Casino Operations, The Strat), Brendan Koerner (Contributing Editor,, Michael Gaudreau (VP Casino Operations, Argosy Casino Hotel & Spa Riverside), Joseph Tatonetti (Surveillance Operations Manager, Resorts World Las Vegas, and Table Games Protection Expert), Brent Weiss (President, Money$uit Industries), Paul Mollo (VP Table Operations, Pechanga Resort Casino), Sam Kljajic (Director of Surveillance, Caesars Entertainment), Michael Hochman (VP Casino Operations, Canterbury Park), Katie Lever (former EVP & General Counsel, Scientific Games), Steven Nagata (former VP, Operations and Casino Strategy, Tangam Systems), Tyler Burtis (Director of Investigations at Burtis Investigations), and the Classon Past Posting Team of gaming cheaters.

To know more about next face-to-face dual event GGPC + GTGC, please contact Richard Marcus: