BMM Innovation Group “Big” Announces Its Support for CNIGA’s WIGC Show This Week Through Sponsorship, Exhibition, and Education Panel

BMM Testlabs, BIG Cyber, and RG24seven Virtual Training Companies to Have Major Presence at WIGC Show February 19-22 in Temecula, California

BMM Innovation Group “BIG” Supporting CNIGA’s WIGC Show February 19-22 in Temecula, California

LAS VEGAS (February 19, 2024) – BMM Innovation Group “BIG,” a technology conglomerate providing world-class services and cutting-edge solutions to the global gaming industry, today announced the Company’s attendance and support of this week’s Western Indian Gaming Conference (“WIGC”) & Trade Show hosted by CNIGA at Pechanga Resort Casino in Temecula, California.

BMM’s Senior Director of Tribal Services, Sean Mason, said, “We are honored to participate in the WIGC, a pivotal gathering that underscores the strength and vibrancy of the Tribal gaming industry. At BMM, we are committed to supporting the event and contributing to the success of Tribal gaming enterprises. Our engagement reflects our dedication to fostering innovation, integrity, and compliance excellence within the Tribal gaming sector. We look forward to meaningful discussions, networking, and showcasing how BMM’s expertise can elevate the gaming experience for Tribal regulators, casino operators, and their patrons.”

The BMM Innovation Group is supporting the WIGC event through a presentation hosted by BMM Testlabs; a cybersecurity defense presence with attendance by BIG Cyber; and demonstrations of RG24seven Virtual Training in Booth No. 69 at the exhibition.

BMM Testlabs will also host a presentation for show attendees at 3:20 pm on Wednesday, February 21.

The BMM-sponsored panel, “The Compliance Approach While Being Proactive to Regulations,” will discuss effective ways to evolve regulatory frameworks alongside technological advancements to foster a fair, secure, and responsible Tribal gaming environment. The panel will be moderated by BMM’s Senior Tribal Services Manager Holly Billy, with panelists: Sean Mason (Senior Director of Tribal Services, BMM Testlabs), Tim Cotton (IT Audit Manager, National Indian Gaming Commission), Jose Gonzalez (Director of Compliance, Tuolumne Me-Wuk Tribal Gaming Agency), and Kelly Myers (Director of Governmental Affairs, GLI).