Three days of comprehensive industry information with over 100 sessions to choose from in 14 cutting-edge tracks.
This co-located conference track will focus exclusively on the issues and answers facing resort, casino, and hospitality executives considering expansion in Asia. Sessions will cover issues such as government regulations, financing, design, amenities, and more which all impact development cost. Learn how to navigate the rapidly expanding Asian resort market and achieve the rewards of a profitable resort.
This track is designed to address the latest trends in the design and construction of gaming projects for casino operators, developers, investors, architects, engineers and interior designers. Content will explore the development of new projects as well as the redesign of existing properties with a constructive focus on all facets of the casino resort—from gaming floor, to mixed use space, guest rooms and beyond.
This track addresses the legal and regulatory concerns of commercial casinos, gaming equipment manufacturers, Native American gaming operations and the online gaming market. Topics will include matters from the state and federal level as well as those of concern to companies doing business internationally. Issues ranging from financial restructuring and compliance to employment law will be covered.
This track is designed for operators and manufacturers involved in the financial management of their gaming organization, as well as investors and gaming analysts. Content is focused on investment issues and opportunities, including mergers and acquisitions, refinancing, lending sources, bankruptcy and more.
This track is designed to address current technological needs of gaming operators and discuss the latest applications and solutions in the marketplace. These commercial-free sessions will address slot technology and operations, networked and mobile gaming, as well as player tracking and loyalty-building tools among other cutting-edge solutions.
This track provides updates on casino operations and regulations from leading gaming jurisdictions around the world alongside other topics relevant to international development.
Formerly known as RD&E, this track addresses the wide variety of non-gaming operations found in typical casino resorts. Amenities and design professionals will be on hand to discuss current trends and provide expert knowledge aimed at enhancing the operation of such venues. Guidance on using each of these amenities as a marketing tool also will be offered.
This track is designed to provide an overview of internet gambling operations and regulations around the world, as well as in-depth session intended to prepare the U.S. market for business in advance of legalization.
This track is designed to provide critical regulatory updates and innovative solutions to Native American casino operators. Sessions will provide attendees the opportunity to discuss emerging trends and current issues with key industry and tribal government leaders.
This track is designed primarily for operators, consultants and software manufacturers working in the marketing and player loyalty arenas. Sessions will offer meaningful content relative to advertising, branding and database marketing as well as the development and operation of player's clubs, loyalty programs and social media campaigns.
NCRG (National Center for Responsible Gaming) at G2E
An extension of the National Center for Responsible Gaming's annual conference on gambling and addiction, this track is carefully designed to provide updates on how research is redefining how we diagnose, treat, study and prevent gambling disorders.
This track, produced in partnership with ASIS International, is designed for security and surveillance professionals in the casino environment. This popular and highly focused program addresses patron safety, anti-fraud education, crisis management, surveillance technology applications and more.
Designed for those in table games operations and equipment manufacturers alike, sessions in this track offer focused content on a variety of games, as well as a broader look at comp systems, hold percentages, dealer scheduling and tipping, and more.
- UNLV Certificate of Completion—Enhance your career with professional credentials from UNLV. Conferees that attend the G2E Conference Programs are eligible to receive an official Certificate of Completion from the UNLV International Gaming Institute.
- Networking Continental Breakfast Daily
- Access to the Conference Attendee Lounge featuring daily briefings from G2E Conference Advisory Board Members
- Access to the G2E Exhibit Hall
- Post show access to audio recordings and available presentations from all sessions.
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