The iGaming domino effect has been started by New Jersey, Nevada and Delaware – and new states are expected to follow. Whether it's going to be California or Pennsylvania, the two states tipped off to be next to authorize iGaming, or one of the other 10 states reported to be investigating iGaming, the pressure keeps mounting on the industry to wrap up their iGaming plans and investments to take the full advantage of the digital opportunity.
At the same time, the launch and operations in the three states, particularly New Jersey for the size of its population, provides a test case for both the policy-makers and the operators on the profitability of the business, effect on land-based operations, customer response and social impacts.
Eight months after the New Jersey launch, GiGse takes place at the right time to clarify questions and to prove or disprove what so far has been speculation and assumption.
The strategic debates will be put in the context of real data shared by the speakers and provided by GiGse through its Consumer Insight focus. The many workshops, office visits and product demonstrations planned as part of the GiGse agenda will demonstrate 'iGaming in Action' so you can witness for yourself the best practice and thus sharpen up your own iGaming strategy.
The new approach to event content, split across products & services, learning and networking, will allow you to find a learning environment that best suits your needs and helps you achieve your objectives, whether it's a need for a specific solution, technical knowledge, hands-on experience, visionary and life-changing debate or a connection that could lead to a win-win partnership.
GiGse's co-location with the 2nd Social Casino Summit (ScS) also means access to innovation; new game design ideas and exciting business model that is generating significant revenue for the likes of Caesars and IGT and could offer a profitable route to iGaming while you're still waiting for its legalization
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