Social Gambling Conference 2013Published November 18, 2013 by OCR Editor
Experts presenters offered practical insights and useful information for industry workers in social gaming at the Social Gambling Conference in London.
The Social Gambling Conference took place at the Dexter House in London on November 6 and 7, and what a conference it was! The conference was attended by people in the Social Games field, the iGaming Space as well as investors; presentations and panel discussions were given by industry experts from around the world on important issues in the social gambling industry.
Issues included the immense potential of social gambling, as well as the risks that come along with it, such as social responsibility and regulation. Everyone present recognized the astonishing potential of social gambling, a $1.7 billion industry that is predicted to grow to a $2.5 billion industry by 2015.
Some of the topics presented and discussed were: The Successful Monetization of Casino Style Games, Compelling Slot Games: Design, Theme, Math, Gamification and How to Use Social Media Tools to Increase Player Loyalty.
The presentations and panels were shaped by an impressive advisory board of leaders in the social gambling market; they offered not just analysis of current trends but useful, practical information that attendees could walk away with.
The conference also provided an opportunity for people in the social gaming field to network with each other, and to create mutually beneficial relationships.
The event was sponsored by Harris Hagan, a London-based law firm specializing in online gaming issues, Intelligent Analytics, which provides hosting capabilities to online gaming sites and Pentasia, the global leader in Interactive Gaming & Gambling recruitment.