The second Live Gaming Summit expected to be a massive hit
This year’s Live Gaming Summit will show casino operators and bookmakers how they can benefit even more from the rapidly-growing live dealer segment.
The second annual Live Dealer Summit is taking place on 26 April in Spain, at Casino Barcelona, and is bringing together providers, operators, experts and other stakeholders to discuss the latest results and innovations in the live gaming industry.
The event is also a great opportunity for networking among those same-minded interested in improving the traditional live gaming formats which are constantly being developed.
Casino Barcelona to Host the Venue
The 2018 Summit will take place at the Spain’s hot spot, the elegant Casino Barcelona, right next to the ongoing live action of its roulette and blackjack tables.
Conference sponsors include Authentic Gaming, BetConstruct, Ezugi, LeaseWeb, MediaLive Casino and TCSJOHNHUXLEY. Leading operators have already confirmed their presence including LeoVegas, Genting, Rank, Unibet, GVC and MrGreen.
All of this being said, this year’s conference is expected to be a massive hit.
Speakers & Headliners
Several representatives of live gaming providers with extensive experience in monetizing the live gaming potential of land-based casinos will speak at this year’s conference.
Kevin Kilminster, Head of Live Casino Innovation at Playtech will discuss new ideas of how to improve the traditional live gaming format. Kfir Kugler, CEO of Ezugi will discuss the latest Virtual and Augment Reality. Head of European Sales at TCSJOHNHUXLEY, Tim Cullimore, will talk about the latest end-to-end live gaming solutions.
Managing Director at Infiniteviews, Gilbert den Hartog, will explain how to combine live TV and on-demand betting and gaming content seamlessly. Vedran Catic, COO at Pin Projekt, will talk about growing user demand for live lottery and bingo draws. Neil Walker, the owner of live gaming affiliate website LiveCasinoComparer.com, will demonstrate some great ways to operators to market their live gaming products to the right audience.
According to the data from analytical group H2 Capital, 29% of European gaming revenue comes from Live Dealer gaming. This summit will provide guidelines on how to benefit even more from this fast-growing live dealer segment.
Apart from innovation and new game formats, the conference will address opportunities for land-based casinos, in-venue live gaming, television gaming and many more such as regulatory issues and diversity in live gaming.