Casual Connect Europe Casino Track Coming Next WeekPublished February 8, 2016 by Mike P
Google, IGT, and other major organisations will deliver lectures at the Casual Connect Europe 2016 conference in Amsterdam from 17-18 February.
Casual Connect Europe's Casino Track will run during three days from 17-18 February in Amsterdam. More than 1,300 igaming professionals from all over world will come together for a professional conference that will feature over 200 speakers. Those in attendance can choose from a diverse selection of lecture topics covering everything from software and gaming to business metrics and player psychology.
Leading Industry Contributors
Attendees will get to start the conference by learning about the intricacies of social casino gaming from sector leaders Playtika and IGT. Both software providers will discuss the current landscape before exploring the future possibilities. Google will then contribute by analysing the results of a study that encompassed 1,000 social casino players.
There are yet more learning opportunities at Casual Connect Europe. Lotto24 will discuss the integration of casual games within a subscription model, while Gamblit will also contribute by explaining the gaming transition from casual to real-money wagering.
Casual Connect Europe will have plenty of other marketing-oriented lectures for attendees, who can expect to develop their understanding of start-ups, user acquisition, metrics, and recruiting talented personnel. Among the contributors will be Bidalgo, Plumbee, Scopely, and Wizits.
VR Gaming to Feature
From a software standpoint, virtual reality (VR) will be a core focus. And the schedule will feature what is certain to be an unmissable discussion from LuckyVR to explain how online casinos can acquire VR content. Murka, Old Man Productions, and Yazino will then share their software insights in relation to on-game mechanics.
The inclusion of a VR lecture is indicative of Casual Connect Europe’s mass-market market approach to hosting this annual igaming conference. Developers, publishers, and distributors will come together alongside gambling operators and various professionals to share forward-thinking ideas and insights.
Attendees can find the Casual Connect Europe conference at the Beurs van Berlage building in Amsterdam from 17-18 February 2016.