Track Descriptions - G2E 2018

Education Track Descriptions

G2E shines an industry-wide spotlight on newest trends and insights companies need to be successful in the gaming industry. With topics ranging from sports betting and esports to tribal trends, G2E Education can’t be missed.

Gaming Leadership & Career Development

Gaming Leadership & Career Development

Are you ready to take your career to the next level?  The gaming industry is transitioning rapidly and to take advantage of new opportunities, you need to transition and evolve as a leader.  Straight talk and open discussion with peers about diversity in the workplace, structuring priorities to increase profitable dollars per minute, sexual harassment, and performing under pressure, will help you accelerate your professional development and boost your contributions to your organization.  Attendees span all job functions and have a common desire to maximize their potential and become more effective leaders.

See all of the Gaming Leadership & Career Development sessions here.

Global Gaming Women

Global Gaming Women

Content to support, inspire and influence the development of women in the gaming and lottery industries. Organized by Global Gaming Women.

See all of the Global Gaming Women sessions here.

IAGA Best Practices Institute

IAGA Best Practices Institute

Topics addressing a wide-range of issues affecting industry professionals in law, finance, operations, compliance and regulation.  Organized in partnership with the International Association of Gaming Advisors.

See all of the IAGA Best Practices Institute sessions here.

iGaming Congress

iGaming Congress

Topics addressing the development, regulation, operation and marketing of online casinos, including social and mobile gaming, and emerging products.

See all of the iGaming Congress sessions here.

Track Sponsored By: Wells Fargo

Integrated Resort Development & Management

Integrated Resort Development & Management

Nongaming amenities now account for between 45 percent and 75 percent of revenue generated by most resorts nationwide.  You don’t want to be left behind but how do you determine what improvements will be most valuable and how do you optimize pricing and hospitality revenueAvoid costly mistakes and get the information you need to make expansion decisions in the areas that will work best for you.  Content in this track is designed for Executive Management in: Marketing, Finance, Operations, Revenue Management, Sales, Food & Beverage, Entertainment and Hotel Operations. 

See all of the Integrated Resort Development & Management sessions here.

Marketing and Analytics: Customer Acquisition & Retention

Marketing and Analytics: Customer Acquisition & Retention

The gaming industry is quickly evolving into an entertainment and hospitality industry and marketing has rapidly gone digital.  How can you continue to improve customer acquisition and retention when the customer has become more trackable and more elusive at the same time?  This track zeroes in on the tools and technologies that will result in the best ROI.  Join your peers and hear from industry experts who are passionate about data-driven decision making, contributing to gaming and non-gaming revenue growth, deploying effective digital marketing strategies and enhancing customer loyalty initiatives.  Content in this track is designed for Player Development, Marketing, Analytics, IT and other individuals entrusted with driving customer acquisition and retention. 

See all of the Marketing and Analytics: Customer Acquisition & Retention sessions here.

Track Sponsored By: Experiture

Non-Gaming Growth Opportunities

Non-Gaming Growth Opportunities

Prepare for success by choosing winners and building a profitable portfolio of integrated gaming and hospitality assets where the digital experience is pervasive.  Attendees will hear about options and opportunities to drive non-gaming incremental revenue and add improvements that will make a property more valuable.  Designed for Executive Management in: Marketing, Finance, Operations, Revenue Management, Sales, Food & Beverage, Entertainment and Hotel Operations responsible for the vision and execution of non-gaming growth. 

See all of the Non-Gaming Growth Opportunities sessions here.

Non-Gaming Growth Opportunities in esports

Non-Gaming Growth Opportunities in esports

Esports revenues and audience growth continue to expand rapidly with researchers predicting competitive video gaming will be a $1.5 billion industry by 2020.  Jumpstart your strategy by learning what you need to know about staffing, venue and attracting and accommodating a diverse esports clientele.  Questions about building and prospering from an esports business will be addressed in this track.  Don’t be left behind as this nascent industry quickly becomes mainstream.  Content in this track is designed for Executive Management in: Marketing, Finance, Operations, Revenue Management, Sales, Food & Beverage, Entertainment and Hotel Operations. 

See all of the Non-Gaming Growth Opportunities in esports sessions here.

Optimizing Gaming Operations: Guest Service & Experience

Optimizing Gaming Operations: Guest Service & Experience

If your priority at G2E is meeting with exhibitors to make purchasing decisions, this track is for you.  Growing, managing and optimizing gaming operations is under new pressure as non-gaming revenue opportunities are currently in the spotlight.  This track will help you get the most out of your exhibit hall experience with sessions focused on making the right investment decisions in people, products and technologyAttracting and retaining staff, service training and managing customer conflict will be covered on Tuesday.  The fusion of traditional games with emerging technology including mobile innovations, new cash management tools and cardless systems will be featured on Wednesday and Thursday. Individuals responsible for Slot Operations, Table Games, Casino Operations, Floor Management, Hospitality Management, Customer Service and ensuring a positive guest experience will benefit from attending this track. 

See all of the Optimizing Gaming Operations: Guest Service & Experience sessions here.

Security, Surveillance & Compliance

Security, Surveillance & Compliance

As the challenges for providing a welcoming environment for guests while protecting data, assets, customers and employees continue to mount, it is critical to understand constantly evolving threats and to develop innovative defenses.  This track focuses on techniques and solutions to mitigate risk and manage the convergence of cybersecurity and physical security, understand how to manage insider threat vulnerability while adhering to myriad compliance requirements.  Content in this track is designed for Security, Surveillance, Compliance, Legal and Regulatory individuals. 

See all of the Security, Surveillance & Compliance sessions here.

Sports Betting Symposium

Sports Betting Symposium

It’s now possible for states and sovereign tribal nations to create a sports betting market that will protect consumers, preserve the integrity of the games, empower law enforcement to fight illegal gambling and generate new revenue for states, tribes, sporting bodies, broadcasters and many others. The repeal of the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) has the potential to generate $17 billion annually in gross gaming revenue (GGR) according to the American Gaming Association (AGA). Reap the benefits of this new opportunity by participating in the comprehensive G2E Sports Betting Symposium. Topics will range from legislative issues to business strategies including ample opportunities to engage with sports betting exhibitors.

See all of the Sports Betting Symposium sessions here.

Tribal Gaming

Tribal Gaming

Content supporting the development of tribal gaming enterprises and addressing the unique needs of their businesses. Organized in partnership with the National Indian Gaming Association.

See all of the Tribal Gaming sessions here.

Join the gaming community at G2E 2018

Register for 2018

We use cookies to operate this website and to improve its usability. Full details of what cookies are, why we use them and how you can manage them can be found by reading our Privacy & Cookies page. Please note that by using this site you are consenting to the use of cookies.