What to Expect at the Global Gaming Expo 2015

If you haven’t heard yet and you’re in or affiliated with the gaming industry in some way, G2E, or the Global Gaming Expo is the annual international gaming trade show and conference to attend. They are “by the industry and for the industry” and this year is being hosted at the Las Vegas Sands Convention Center. The event is organized by the American Gaming Association and Reed Exhibitions and was started in 2001, defining itself as the premier trade show for the gaming-entertainment industry.

When you attend this casino marketing and gaming convention on September 28 through October 1, you can expect to see a full array of gaming products and services along with informative sessions by some of the industry’s top leaders. Some of the sessions and exhibits will address:

Access Control
Apparel/Uniforms
Advertising Services
Architecture/Design/Décor
Audio/Video Displays
Bingo
Cash Advance/ATM’s
Casino Management Products and Services
Coin and Note Counting/Handling
Cashless Gaming
Charitable Products/Services
Class II Gaming
Compliance
Electronic Payment Process
Entertainment Attractions
Facilities/Maintenance
Financial Services
Food and Beverage
Furniture
Game Design
Game Equipment
Golf Products
High Roller Premiums
Hospitality
Human Resources/Training
Intellectual Properties/Licensing
iGaming
Information Systems/Information Technology
Lottery
Marketing/Promotions
Monitors/Screens
Networks/Software Development
Pari-Mutuel Products/Services
Player Tracking Systems
Promotional Items/Premiums
Retail
Security and Surveillance
Signage
Slots-Real
Slots-Video
Software Developers
Spa/Resort
Table Games and Accessories
Technology
Transportation
Video Gaming and VLTS

In order to attend, you must register by September 27 as early bird tickets have all been sold out. You will be able to see our very own Trevor Taylor discuss direct marketing and cross-channel relationships, depending on which pass you purchase. Passes begin at $299 and can go all the way up to $2499. There are three easy ways to register for the event or you can wait until you’re on-site. If you want to learn more about gaming operations management, mobile marketing and EBITDA scores, then you’ll definitely want to attend the convention. If you’re having difficulty with registering, don’t hesitate to contact us today!


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