Speakers

Gambling conferences welcome a diverse group of professionals to discuss the evolution, future possibilities, and vital concerns of the industry. The keynote speakers we invite to share their perspective are usually gambling experts, heads of gambling companies, and persons who influence decision-making at the state and local level. Speakers lending a scientific character to such events are research professors and related researchers, responsible gaming and addiction counselors, as well as educators and mental health professionals.

Our Leading Speakers

Our regular, knowledgeable speakers lend an academic flair to the events, providing expert opinion and comprehensive coverage of the issues:

Samantha Hoffman

Samantha Hoffman

Expert in the field of gambling with over 15 years of expertise. Samantha focuses on strategy design and integration, marketing, and player safety for online casino operators and gaming regulators.

Michael Vozniak

Michael Vozniak

SEO professional with over 200 successful projects under his belt. Provider of full-fledged marketing solutions and efficient advertising strategies.

Leonid Ruksha

Leonid Ruksha

Specialist in affiliate programs who has worked in the gambling sector for many years. Has long been engaged in the development of gambling software.

Robert Peterson

Robert Peterson

Lawyer with 10 years of experience. He specializes in licensing difficulties under numerous statutes, as well as ensures that businesses adhere to national advertising and responsible gaming regulations.

Timothy Kitts

Timothy Kitts

Researcher at the Institute of Behavioral Genetics. Conducted a study revealing that a person’s behavior and genetics influence the activities in which they engage as well as the frequency of gambling sessions.

Stefan Kominsky

Stefan Kominsky

Ph.D., associate professor of psychology at Behavior Change Institute, Canada. His research focuses on addiction, particularly gambling addictions, and the pandemic’s potential effects. Currently, studies the long-term implications of social isolation on people who suffer from gambling addiction.

Mario Ludovici

Mario Ludovici

Deputy Director of the Center for Addictive Behavior Research, US. Has made major advances to the knowledge of the metacognitive mechanisms that underpin addiction susceptibility. Heads up the study to see if metacognitive centered therapy procedures for addictive behavior are helpful. Highlights how metacognitive therapy may be used to treat problem gambling, with the primary objective of encouraging metacognitive belief change.