The upcoming virtual conference will precede a live event scheduled to take place later this year
The current coronavirus pandemic is leaving no choice but to move all mass events to the online scene, as has happened with the upcoming gambling conference ICE North America. This event is free for anyone who wants to attend, and it will be held from May 11 through May 15. The digital conference is thriving with more popularity, although it is still a week away, and it is already reporting 1,100 registrations coming from 558 companies based in at least 85 countries across the globe.
This conference will gather operators, suppliers and regulators together in this week-long event that will feature over 40 speakers. Several topics will be discussed in this digital summit focused on the online, land-based and tribal betting situation in the US gaming markets, as well as delivering high-quality content. This conference has been divided to be focused on a different sector each day, with the first day concentrating on iGaming and iLottery. This topic will include diverse aspects of the business, such as blockchain and social gaming.
The sessions scheduled for Tuesday will target the sports betting and performance marketing. Wednesday’s sessions will be about brick-and-mortar gambling venues and hospitality. Clarion Gaming’s Training specialists will offer short, sharp, practical insights on Responsible Gaming, Sportsbook and Casino Property Management on Thursday. The last day will be all about the renowned Clarion’s networking event, which ICE North America Digital Event Director Rory Credland promises to be bringing something for everyone. “We wanted to reach out to our partners and show attendees and assure them that it was business as usual, and I’m pleased to say that people have responded in large numbers,” said Credland.