GiGse Arrives at the Perfect TimePublished July 13, 2014
A diverse array of programs makes GiGse an incredible networking and educational opportunity for iGame professionals at an epochal moment.
The Global Interactive Gaming Summit and Expo (GiGse) kicks off on July 14th. Industry leaders will be in attendance to see what this year's event has in store.
The upcoming GiGse conference in the San Francisco Hyatt Regency July 14-16 takes place at the perfect time for industry leaders and newcomers alike to network and get insight on how to best prepare for the incoming age of online gaming.
Strategic debates, workshops, panels, product demonstrations, and guest speakers will all contribute to the synergy needed for all industry members to sharpen their skills and fully inform their iGaming business strategies.
Partial Headline Speaker List
A partial list of speakers at GiGse includes A.G. Burnett, Chairman of the Nevada Gaming Control Board; WorldPay Gambling VP Alan Watson; Global Poker Index CEO Alexandre Dreyfus; Gaming Edge Associates Partner Anton Bell; Real Networks President Atul Bali; and Democratic Executive Director to the Pennsylvania House Gaming Oversight Committee Bill Thomas.
Synchronized with ScS
Co-located with the 2nd Social Casino Summit (ScS), GiGse will enable all attending industry professionals to further access the innovation, new game designs and sustainable business models that are generating gambling revenues for physical casino giants such as Caesars and leading gaming technologies such as IGT.
The opportunity for networking, understanding the course of legislation, and what regulation means to all industry organizations is invaluable in this singular moment in history: the launch of full scale acceptance of online gambling by states across America for the first time.
The iGaming domino effect is defining the gambling industry right now, bringing widespread regulation of online gaming to the entire United States. The burgeoning trend has already taken hold in New Jersey, Nevada and Delaware, with California and Pennsylvania on the verge of joining them. With more states sure to follow, there is no better time for the industry to solidify their expansion, diversification, and integration capabilities.