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iGaming North America Adds Social Gaming Conference To Schedule

The largest iGaming show in North America had a conference on social gaming to its lineup, recognizing the impact this segment has had on the iGaming industry.

The organizers of the iGaming North America Conference have announced they will be adding the Social Gaming Conference to the event taking place March 19-21 in Las Vegas.

The Social Gaming Conference will take place on day two of iGaming North America offering insight and analysis on the rapidly emerging niche within online gambling in North America.

Session highlights include:

• Social Gaming’s Effect on Terrestrial Casinos
• Compelling Slot Game Design for Social
• Social Gaming to Real Gaming Strategies
• Buying Traffic that will Convert into Profitable Players
• Panel: Is the Future of Social Gaming already in your Customer’s Hands?
• Gamifying Casino Games

These sessions will be led by a collection of expert speakers including: Bob Hays, head of North America for Williams Interactive; Michael Carpenter, CEO of Ruby Seven Studios; Hussein Chahine, CEO of Yazino; Alan Avidan, CEO of Bees & Pollen; Dustin Suchter, CEO of Five Delta; Matthew Cullen, president of RocketPlay; Charles Cohen, CEO of Probability PLC; Rich Roberts, CEO of Slingo; Woody Levin, director of emerging businesses for IGT and  Brock Pierce, managing director of Clearstone Global Gaming Fun.

The Social Gaming Conference is free for all attendees of iGaming North America as well as being available to buy as a separate event in itself ensuring maximum attendance from the iGaming, gambling and social gaming industries.

“Following the success we have had in Europe with the Social Gaming Conference we are really excited to embed the show within iGaming North America” commented Alex Pratt, Head of iGaming Business, one of the event organizers.

“Social gaming is a significant part of the iGaming market in North America and is already helping to drive both new revenues and real money gambling traffic. This show is essential for executives to ensure they are at the forefront of this exciting market taking full advantage of the opportunities it presents.” Pratt continued.

iGaming North America will host its 4th annual conference March 19-21 at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas with the Social Gaming Conference taking place on March 20. For more information on this and the other sessions featured at the conference visit iGamingNorthAmerica.com.