BMM, a leading gaming testing laboratory and technical consultancy, will launch the first of its complementary series of Tribal iGaming boot-camps July 31 to August 1 at Chukchansi Gold Resort and Casino.

Experts from BMM and the iGaming world will provide clear and accurate information specifically for the tribal community, at the one-and-a-half-day series of interactive workshops and seminars, called “Finding Your Path.” Participants will learn the skills to analyze their own Tribe's iGaming business to enable them to make the best strategic decisions for the financial and operational path to iGaming success.

“Finding Your Path” is already gaining support from the tribal community, CNIGA's Chairman Tucker says of the event "CNIGA greatly appreciates BMM's commitment to supporting our continued efforts in providing further education and information to our members. I hope all California tribal regulators and operators will take advantage of this great educational opportunity offered by BMM.”

Dyann Eckstein, chairwoman Picayune Rancheria Tribal Gaming Commission adds, “Picayune Rancheria Tribal Gaming Commission is both pleased and proud that BMM has chosen Chukchansi Gold Resort and Casino to host their first iGaming workshop. The content of these sessions will be incredibly valuable to the tribal community as we are all looking to make plans around the future of iGaming. The fact that these workshops are being offered at no cost to tribal regulators and operators is a huge benefit and I expect to see a great turnout. I am greatly looking forward to the workshops.”

BMM will be providing complimentary lunch and refreshments on both days with a special evening dinner for all attendees on July 31. If you are a tribal regulator or operator attendance to the workshops is free. Please use this link for more information and to register. http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=mdzsbieab&oeidk=a07e61tdwsz4829ed85

Please use code SBM0731 for special rate rooms at Chukchansi Gold Resort and Casino for the night of July 31. Telephone (866) 794-6946.