Next Clarion Gaming Event Focuses on US Gaming Market
Clarion Gaming’s GiGse event this year will go through the issues, trends, and challenges the US iGaming industry faces at Miami Biltmore Hotel on May 31 to June 1.
GiGse is all about empowering operators based in the US. For two days, the event will provide various programs that will give casino owners and operators the tools they need to stay ahead of the game.
North American iGaming Industry under the Microscope
GiGse 2018 continues to be the forefront for new trends within the North American gaming market. Organizers attracted the support of popular brands in the gambling industry like MGM Resorts, Ceasars, Pegenga Resort and Casino, and the California Gambling Control Commission. C-Level key individuals of the iGaming industry within the US can benefit from the network and knowledge sharing opportunity on GiGse.
Sadie Walters, conference manager at Clarion Gaming, said:
“The GiGse agenda covers the contentious issues of the day, not least the shortage of scientific and entrepreneurial talent within the U.S. gaming industry. There’s a real danger that the U.S., widely respected as the cradle of both technology and entrepreneurship, will face a domestic talent shortage when it comes to the development of gaming in the digital age. Specifically, the discussions will focus on the importance of encouraging and funding more start-ups, having an infrastructure that supports fledgling gaming enterprises and the process of attracting talented individuals from parallel industries.”
What to Look Forward to in GiGse
The US-focused gaming conference will provide programs that cover helpful topics. This includes a primer on sports betting, esports, and daily fantasy sports. All three have the potential to be a significant market in the North American region. GiGse also provides relevant agendas that help casino owners and operators. These agendas include how to avoid business pitfalls and guide on generational shifts adaptations.
There will be events that will benefit start-ups, developers, and other people in the gaming industry. One of which is the GiGse LaunchPad wherein five start-ups will present their business to an investors panel. Another is the Game Content Theatre that will showcase new game content concepts to operators and business owners.
On another hand, there are three types of passes for anyone who plans to attend this year’s GiGse. These are the Delegate Pass, Delegate Plus, and Training Only pass. Both Delegate Plus and Training Only passes allow a visitor to attend one of two training seminars on May 30 before the event. The training seminars available are Digital Marketing Masterclass and Sportsbook Managements Masterclass.