Canada’s Gaming Summit
The Caesars Windsor Hotel and Casino (Ontario) was the venue for the 2015 Canada Gaming Summit which took place between June 16 and 18. Known as the premier gaming annual exhibition and conference, the event was organised by MediaEdge Communications and the Canadian Gaming Association.
Organisers and objective
The event which took place over a span of three days had various sponsors including gaming regulators like Ontario Lottery and Gaming Commission and Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission, along with famous gaming companies like IGT, Aristocrat Gaming and Amaya.
The objective of the Summit was to offer an opportunity to professionals from various gaming industry segments to have an interaction with one another, display their services and products, find prospective partners and customers.
Reports suggest that over 1,500 industry professionals and suppliers had been invited to attend the event. In addition to this, 95 percent of those who attended the previous year’s Summit had claimed that they surely be present for the 2015 Summit as well.
Highlights of the Canada Gaming Summit
The Canada Gaming Summit featured a variety of different sessions, where industry experts discussed important issues such as promoting responsible gambling, problem gambling, the scope of popular industry segments (mobile and online gaming) etc.
During these panels, the attendees were also given the opportunity for presenting and acquainting themselves with plans and strategies which would enable them to acquire more customers.
Other topics of discussion at the conference included charitable gaming, human resources, legal matters and food & beverage.
Besides all these sessions, the Summit also featured an exhibition. Various globally recognized firms such as GTECH, Aristocrat Gaming, Synectics, and Scientific Games etc. showcased their latest services and products at this exhibition. Synectics also celebrated its 10th anniversary of entering the gambling market in Canada.
2015/05/14 / Jason Thorn /
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