Victor Rocha helps National Indian Gaming Association with events

The National Indian Gaming Association held its annual tradeshow and convention in Phoenix, Arizona, in March 2016. Next year's event returns to California. Photo by Konami Gaming / Twitter

Victor Rocha, the proprietor of the, is helping the National Indian Gaming Association with its upcoming events.

Rocha, a member of the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians, will serve as conference chair for NIGA's upcoming annual and mid-year conferences. He will develop education content for both events.

"Victor Rocha is not only an advocate for the community but a dear friend. He has his finger on the pulse of the industry and will ensure that the Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention continues to lead the way for education in the industry," NIGA Chairman Ernie Stevens Jr. said in a press release.

The annual tradeshow and convention takes place in San Diego, California, from April 13‐17, 2017. The mid-year conference will be held on the Seneca Nation in New York from September 12-14, 2016.

NIGA puts on the events in conjunction with Urban Expositions.

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