Originating as a unified group of casino executives operating as the Gulf Coast Gaming Association, the association grew into a statewide organization known as the Mississippi Casino Operators Association operating as a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization. In 2013, the association changed its name to the Mississippi Gaming & Hospitality Association (“MGHA”). MGHA’s mission is, generally speaking, to protect and enhance the reputation and success of the Gaming industry. To read MGHA’s Mission Statement please go to the About Us tab

Isaacs to tell Southern Gaming Summit the Internet is the industry’s future

Gavin Isaacs said there’s misinformation about the gaming industry. But there is one thing he’s sure about: The Internet is the key to the future of gaming. Isaacs, who in January became the non-executive chairman of SBTech, a sports betting and gaming technology supplier, will provid
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2019 Southern Gaming Summit to showcase the ‘prominence of the region’

Buck Wargo, CDC Gaming Reports · March 16, 2019 at 2:00 pm Larry Gregory and the Mississippi Gaming & Hospitality Association want to return the Southern Gaming Summit to its glory days. They’re on their way after rebooting the show last year, their first after assuming 100 percen
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