Are you prepared for the igaming domino effect in the United States? With regulated gaming on the march in Nevada, New Jersey and Delaware – the rest of America is certain to follow.

But prepping for a patchwork of red, white and blue regulatory schemes is proving to be anything but easy; and that’s where the slate of panel discussions, networking opportunities; and demographic data available at the GiGse 2014 conference (July 14-14, Hyatt Regency, San Francisco).

This year’s event is uniquely structured so that attendees can customize their experience to focus on the issues that matter most to them. Here’s a quick look at what to expect if you plan on attending.

Tracks attendees can follow during the show include Products & Services;Learning Strategy; Learning: Practice; and Networking. Attendees are free to follow one track the entire show, or pick and choose events from each individual track.


GiGse’s speaker list reads like an iGaming version Who’s Who? and includes:

  • A.G. Burnett, Chairman, Nevada Gaming Control Board
  • Brian Mattingly, CEO, 888 Holdings
  • Craig Abrahams, CFO, Caesars Interactive Entertainment
  • Don Karrer, Trump Entertainment Resorts, Corporate Vice President, Information Technology and Communications
  • Alexandre Dreyfus, Global Poker Index, CEO
  • And many, many more.

Consumer Insight

Understanding American players’ playing habits and demographic profiles is an essential for anyone who’s hoping to crack the regulated US market.

To that end, GiGse’s Consumer Insight focus offers attendees a host of valuable market data reports including:

  • The NJ Players Survey – A deep analysis of the Garden State’s first three months of regulated igaming. (Retail value $480)
  • A white paper analysis of the NJ report from the GiGse Consumer Insights Group.
  • And much more.

This data drop is available to all registered GiGse attendees and registrants and is designed to work in chorus with the event’s full slate of workshops and panel discussions.


GiGse’s schedule is designed to allow attendees plenty of opportunities to mix and mingle while building valuable new networking opportunities before, during, and after the show.

Besides the regular slate of evening parties, GiGse attendees can meet and greet at a luncheon with suppliers and operators who are already working in the New Jersey market; a separate luncheon featuring speakers who will be updating the status of legislative progress in states like Nevada and Delaware.

Of course there will be plenty of chances to make new contacts while visiting the exhibitors in the main Expo Hall and even chances for early bird registrants to attend office visits.

GiGse also features an event-based app to help facilitate meetings during the event.

ScS Total Gaming

If you’re interested in social gaming, the Social Casino Summit (ScS) is co-located alongside GiGse and dual registration packages are available.

Now in its second year, ScS goes deep into the, “intersection of freemium and real money gaming,” and is a must-attend for anyone who is ready to leap in the social gaming vertical.

GiGse Registration

Early bird GiGse/ScS registration rates are available until Friday, June 6 and standard rates apply until July 11. Though on-site registration is available for both events, attendees are encouraged to sign up as early as possible if they want to attend any of the office visit events.

For more information download the GiGse/ScS 2014 Brochure.

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