GiGse Hits Miami Florida from May 31 to June 1Published May 12, 2018 by Sol FH
Sports betting, the gaming market, innovation, and online gaming are just a few of the topics at this year's GiGse conference in Miami.
The theme of the 2018 GiGse, is to put North American gambling, gaming, and betting under a microscope and discuss how to improve the industry for one of the biggest markets in the world. This year's conference will be hosted at the Miami Biltmore and Juegos Miami from May 31 to June 1. Aside from being one of the best N. American events for people in the iGaming industry, there will also be over 30 innovators and thought leaders from the industry giving their insights around everything from sports betting, online gaming, eSports, virtual games, plans for the future, regulations, and much more.
C-level agenda featuring senior leaders
The schedule includes over 13-hours of meaningful discussions and over 7-hours of networking planned at the two venues. The conference planners have planned this year's GiGse to be a massive event with 73% of registrants having the title Director, or above. This "must attend" event will have more C-level executives than ever before including the likes of Joe Asher, CEO of William Hill in the US, Art Manteris, VP Sport and Race Operations of Station Casinos, and Benjie Cherniak, President of Don Best Sports.
There will also be senior representation from the regulatory standpoint as well-known regulators like Patrick Garofalo, State Representative, Minnesota House of Representatives will be on a panel to discuss taxation and regulation of sports betting and how they will shape the future of the industry. The agenda was curated by Clarion's Sadie Walters, who has carefully selected speakers that lead the push to create change in sports betting and iGaming as a whole in N. America.
She related, “It’s a very interesting time for North America, with the political landscape across various states focusing the industry’s attention on the potentials and pitfalls of the market as a whole. With our agenda this year, we’re showcasing the opportunities as well as challenges within the region, and delegates can look forward to expert analysis on the pace of online gambling regulation, the future of state lotteries and how the gaming sector can gain market share of the $150 billion Sports Betting economy."