“CasinoBeats is an excellent opportunity to reach a broader audience”

The second CasinoBeats Summit is edging ever closer, with five weeks to go until 1,000 senior industry executives descend on the Olympia London on September 17-20.

Forming a key part of the four conference tracks on offer is ‘Future of Gaming,’ delving into discussion on a plethora of subject matters that could be key to ensuring sustained and responsible growth.

I’m sure that this year, I’ll return from CasinoBeats with even more vigour to succeed”

A leaders panel discussing current challenges in the sector heads up the first day, before a conference track that features topics titled:

  • Live casino: Time to innovate
  • Future of slots
  • Player focused game design
  • The search for innovation
  • Taking the strain

A further key part on the first day of action will be the keynote delivered by Jesper Karrbrink, executive chairman of Green Jade Games, who said of his participation: “For us, as a relatively new company, CasinoBeats is an excellent opportunity to reach a broader audience.  

“We created Green Jade Games, not to make the 2,501st slot, but to challenge ourselves and the industry with innovations where we deliver casino games that mix the mechanics from slots and table games with video and app games, combining RNG and skill in a way not done before. 

“In my presentation, I will address the concept of innovation and disruptiveness and why I think it is crucial for us as an industry to innovate if we want to continue attracting new players.”

Operators attending and speaking at the Summit in 2019 will include Caesars, CasumoGenting UK, Hard Rock, LeoVegas, Lottoland, Mansion, Olympic, Rank, Royal Panda, Videoslots and William Hill, while a number of leading suppliers are also backing the event, with BetConstruct, Microgaming, NetEnt, Red Tiger Gaming, Play’n Go, Playson, SG Digital and Yggdrasil all joining as sponsors.  

David Flynn, CEO of Swintt, who recently aligned with the CasinoBeats Summit as platinum sponsor, commented: “Even though CasinoBeats was only just launched last year, it was very professionally run and we have positive feedback from the numerous sessions.

“It is a rare occasion to have together all the igaming decision-makers”

“With a greater focus on casino at this years event I envisage a wider audience and deeper subject matter to discuss.

“The online casino industry has many challenges, just like any industry, however we must also focus on the indefinite opportunities that we are not even scratching the surface of.

“I’m sure that this year, I’ll return from CasinoBeats with even more vigour to succeed and help Swintt make a difference in our industry and beyond.”

Cristiano Blanco, head of gaming at Kindred Group, who is to partake in a live casino focused debate, added: “The gaming industry is going through one of the challenging, unexpected and exciting times. New regulations bring opportunities together with delivery delays and strong headaches. 

“I am happy to be part of the CasinoBeats Summit because it is a rare occasion to have together all the igaming decision-makers, to have a feel of the market from the inside and seriously think about the future of our industry, putting aside all the issues that the competition brings with it.”

In addition, Summit delegates gain access to Betting on Sports, which takes place at Olympia at the same time, alongside the PaymentExpert Forum and the DigitalMarketing Forum, delivered in conjunction with AffiliateINSIDER.

The conference takes place at Olympia London on September 17-20, alongside Betting on Sports – learn more and buy tickets for the CasinoBeats Summit here.

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