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CGS looks to future with a focus on iGaming

CGS looks to future with a focus on iGaming

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The 26th edition of the Canadian Gaming Summit is set to highlight how significant iGaming could be for the future of the industry with its dedicated conference track, iGaming.

The CGS returns to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on June 13th to 15th and this dedicated conference track takes place on Wednesday June 14th, giving attendees the opportunity to hear from industry leaders on topics ranging from Canadian gaming laws, the exciting opportunities new jurisdictions present and how to stimulate responsible revenue generation alongside growth.

Agenda items to look forward to include Engaging 15m New Players: Creating User Experience to Boost Retention & Brand Loyalty, Game Mechanics & UX: How much Innovation is Healthy for Online Casino? and New Kids on the Block: Lessons Learned from International Operators’ Entry into the Canadian Market.

Organiser, SBC Events, has as ever lined up an exceptional list of speakers and panellists, representing such esteemed organisations as The Score, Pinnacle Sports, Betty, Evoplay, Northstar Bets, Caesars Digital, Platipus Gaming, Rivalry, BetMGM, Rhino Entertainment, Fitzdares) and Aird & Berlis LLP.

SBC’s CEO & Founder, Rasmus Sojmark, says: “With Canada taking steps towards the legalisation of iGaming, it is important now more than ever that we provide the resources for companies to take advantage of the current and future landscape.

“The Canadian gaming space presents an abundance of opportunity for companies, and we look forward to watching the market flourish in the coming years.”

Alongside the iGaming track, CGS attendees will have the opportunity to attend expert-led panels from an additional nine tracks including: Leaders, Land-based, Sports Betting and more across the three-day event.