A Desktop Conference with Peter Dean

1 December 2000
A steady flow of British gaming groups is finding its way to various offshore locations where the companies are setting up virtual casinos. Those companies would just as soon keep their Internet businesses in Great Britain, but the United Kingdom has no regulatory system in place. That could change next summer when the U.K. Gambling Review Body makes its recommendations for changing the country's antiquated gambling policies. Seated among the 10-person panel is Gaming Board Chairman Peter Dean, and IGN was fortunate enough to catch up with him last week for his and the Board's views on the prospect of Internet casino gambling in the U.K. The discussion, between Dean and IGN Publisher Sue Schneider, is available as part of IGN's popular Desktop Conference series. For a limited time, both subscribers and non-subscribers can access the conference for free.

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