GiGse and ScS Conferences: The iGaming Domino Effect and Social Casino SummitPublished July 13, 2014
The GiGse and Social Casino Summit will take place between July 14-16 in San Francisco, and will address the iGaming domino effect and the social casino industry.
The GiGse and Social Casino Summit conferences will be taking place simultaneously at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in San Francisco, CA, and will begin on July 14, 2014.
The GiGse conference will focus on the iGaming domino effect, which has been set off by New Jersey, Delaware and Nevada by their legislation of online gaming. The conference will present plans for future investments, and speakers will clarify questions and confirm/deny speculation and assumption.
Social Casino Summit
The Social Casino Summit (ScS) will be co-located with GiGse, and will discuss the social casino industry. Topics include product design, content licensing, customer marketing and much more.
Topics and Speakers
Both conferences will address some of the hottest issues in the iGaming industry. Highlights include:
- Policy debate: Rolling out the iGaming domino effect - are the first launches in NJ, NV and DE successful enough to inspire other states to legal and regulatory action?
- Special Interest Debate: Bitcoin
- Succeeding across a variety of mobile platforms
GigSe is co-located with the Social Casino Summit (ScS), which means that attendees will have double access to new ideas, business models and peers. Attendees can expect to meet CEOs from veteran casino companies as well as promising start-ups.
This is the second year of the GiGse conference; last year over 730 delegates attended and even more are expected to attend this year due to the new relevance of the iGaming landscape. People who wish to attend have the option of registering for both GiGse and ScS, or just one.