LONDON (29 May) – Organisers of this year's GiGse and the co-located Social Casino Summit (ScS) which take place across the 14th -16th July in San Francisco, are encouraging delegates to take advantage of the Early Bird rates which offer savings of 12 percent on the cost of a place at North America's foremost iGaming events. Taking place some eight months after the New Jersey launch, GiGse 2014 is being held at exactly the right time to clarify questions and to prove or disprove what so far has been purely speculation and assumption. GiGse's Early Bird rate closes automatically on Friday 30th May.
Looking ahead to the event GiGse's Ewa Bakun said: "With the iGaming domino effect firmly in evidence, the pressure continues to mount on the industry to wrap up their iGaming plans and investments in order to take full advantage of the digital opportunity. GiGse will debate all of the key issues, not least how the New Jersey experience will influence the legislative process in other states."
She added: "The social casino industry surpassed $2 billion in revenues in 2013 and is on track to grow another 35% by the end of 2014: GiGse’s co-location with the 2nd Social Casino Summit (ScS) means that delegates will also have access to innovation, new game design ideas and an exciting business model that is generating significant revenue for the likes of Caesars and IGT and could offer a profitable route to iGaming while operators are still waiting for its legalisation."
Delegates registering for GiGse and ScS will be given the full findings of the NJ Players Survey and have access to the analysis and interpretation of the findings conducted by GiGse's Consumer Insights Group which features thought leaders including Jim Ryan, CEO of Pala Interactive.