BRASILIA, BRAZIL--(Marketwired - May 2, 2016) - Spectrum Gaming Group Managing Director Fredric Gushin will share his insights on effective regulatory models for gaming jurisdictions as part of a prominent panel at the forthcoming Brasilian Gaming Congress, which will be held here May 11-12.

"Spectrum recognizes that Brazil will emerge as a major gaming market in the near future, and I look forward to sharing my views on what works, and what doesn't," said Gushin, who has been at the forefront of effective gaming regulation for nearly four decades, first as Assistant Attorney General and Deputy Director of the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement and later as a founder of Spectrum Gaming Group, the world's leading gaming consultancy and regulatory advisor.

Gushin will be part of the following panel discussion: "Benchmarking gambling policy models around the world -- what lessons could be relevant to Brazil?" The panel will discuss various legislative and regulatory models around the world.

Spectrum and its affiliates -- Spectrum Asia and Spectrum Gaming Capital -- have served governments and private clients in markets ranging from Singapore to Cyprus. Spectrum has worked in 36 states and 45 countries.

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About Spectrum Gaming Group: is an independent research, analysis and professional services firm serving private- and public-sector clients worldwide. Its client base includes government agencies from Singapore to West Virginia and Massachusetts, major securities firms, and commercial and tribal gaming operators. Spectrum has performed gaming analysis in areas from Macau and South Korea to emerging markets in the U.S. and elsewhere. Its services include regulatory and due-diligence services, to internet gaming and public policy to feasibility and economic-impact studies. Spectrum is a leading producer of gaming conferences and also produces Spectrumetrix™, a suite of publications with enhanced, web-based, dynamic versions of our various reports which gaming operators, equipment manufacturers, analysts, investors, regulators, attorneys and other gaming-related professionals have come to trust.