All Blacks reveal locker room secrets at Gaming Expo

Ever wondered what goes on behind the changing room doors when the All Blacks prepare for international games? And what happens when they head back to the sheds as the winners – or even worse as losers?
All will be revealed when former All Black and respected commentator Grant Fox puts one of the most capped All Black No 15s of all time, Mils Muliaina in the hot seat at the New Zealand Gaming Expo in Auckland next month.
As well as a reservoir of funny stories about All Black tours, Grant Fox has a special insight into the subject of building a winning, high performance team.
Fox and Muliaina make an appearance at the end of the first day of the NZ Gaming expo in a pre-networking event in which Fox will be comparing notes with Muliaina on how things have changed, or not, in the All Black camp in the last twenty years. And he’ll be asking the question we all want answers to – what’s the AB’s plan for winning the World Cup.
The NZ Gaming Expo is a two day showcase event dedicated to the New Zealand Gaming scene and takes place at SkyCity Auckland on 28 and 29 April, 2010.
Ross Ferrar, CEO of Gaming Technologies Association, which hosts the annual Expo, says registrations for the two day event are on track for an exciting show.
“This event is the only one of its kind in New Zealand and gives hospitality venue owners the chance to keep up to date with gaming technology innovation as well as view the latest machines and get a taste of future trends. The conference programme will focus on current issues facing the gaming industry today.”
Entry to both the exhibition and the conference is complimentary for gaming industry executives, including management representatives of government regulatory research and support bodies, hotels, clubs, casino, resorts and hospitality industry establishments. The event is not open to the public.
Where:  SkyCity Auckland
Date:  28 – 29 April, 2010
When:  The conference runs from 10:00am – 12:00 noon and the Trade Show from 12:00 noon to 5:00pm on both days. Registration starts at 9:30am
For more information or to arrange an interview, please contact Ross Ferrar on +61-2-996 00125/ +61-418 686 075 or Kim Triegaardt, Convergence Communications +64-21-128 3165
Further information about the New Zealand Gaming Expo is available at
Editor’s Note:

  • The New Zealand Gaming Expo is the New Zealand’s premier showcase for the best available equipment and most recent developments in the New Zealand gaming market.
  • Grant Fox made his international debut on 26 October 1985 against Argentina in Buenos Aires when he was 23. He had 46 test caps when he retired seven years later and he’s remembered for his scoring talent needing only six games to reach one hundred points for the All Blacks. By his 12th game he had overtaken Don Clarke’s New Zealand point’s record of 207. He has been on the coaching team of both Auckland NPC and the Blues franchise.
  • Mills Muliaina is one of the most capped All Black No. 15 of all time. The Samoan-born, Invercargill-bred Full Back is a veteran of two World Cup campaigns and with 21 test tries for the All Blacks he is among the top 10 test try scorers for New Zealand. Mils made his debut for the All Blacks at 23 and since standing in for Richie McCaw in 2009 has occasionally captained the side.