GRWA´s Seventh Edition Launches New Era in Australian GamingPublished August 8, 2016 by Lee R
The hottest issues of the new Australian market and regulation will be revealed, starting today.
Australian iGaming officials take their turn introducing their regulated market to the world at the annual Gaming Racing and Wagering Australia Conference this morning.
Key Australian Developments
GRWA attendees start learning today how to harness the benefits of the new opportunities in the Australian market with key economic developments currently spurring growth in the potentially lucrative region.
Drivers of Growth
A research report from global business intelligence leader IBISWorld earlier this month identified discretionary income and tourism growth as key characteristics of the Australian market that signify growth. GRWA attendees will start learning all about that growth starting today.
The Seventh Annual Gaming, Racing and Wagering Australia conference will take place from August 8-10, 2016 at Sydney's Novotel, alongside the Australasia Gaming Expo. The GRWA will provide attendees with competitive advantage in the Australian market through offering insights and innovation from over 15 industry leaders specializing in activities down under.
Topics will touch on the most important issues to the iGaming world in general, and contextualized to the Australian market environment. These issues include the optimization of the use of social media to market in the iGaming industry; effective embracing and integration of land-based gaming opportunities in emerging markets; fantasy sports; and increasing innovation in wagering.
The formats for this learning process will be a breath of fresh air for attendees as well, with one-on-one networking being offered with Australia´s leading racing, wagering and gaming executives and three days of in-depth analysis of Australia’s betting and gaming market.
Expert iGaming specialists will further lead workshops whose topics range from mobile marketing to mobile integration to mobile application designs, alongside the introduction of a plethora of new betting products incoming to the Australian market.
Australian Regulation Addressed
Key information about Australian regulation will include discussion of its impact on iGaming operations and advertising.
Speakers will include Royal Wins Digital Marketing Exec Michael Moretti; RewardBet Managing Director Greg Conroy; Sydney Business School Senior Lecturer Rohan Miller; and Leet Co-founder Carson Knuth.
A total of over 150 leading local and global gaming and wagering executives will be among the attendees to share the exciting process of learning about strategies to increase the benefits of expansion into the vast potential of the Australian market.