LAS VEGAS—G2E announced additional speakers joining the G2E 2023 keynote stage, including leaders from DraftKings, FanDuel, Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, National Congress of American Indians, and Poarch Band of Creek Indians.
“We are excited to welcome this impressive group to G2E’s biggest stage,” said American Gaming Association President and CEO Bill Miller. “These leaders will highlight both the diversity of the gaming community and the entertainment experiences we provide as they discuss where our industry is today and where we’re headed.”
Presented by Sportradar, CNBC’s Contessa Brewer will moderate a discussion on Wednesday, October 11 at 9:00 AM PT focused on sports betting and iGaming.
Five years post-PASPA and with the expansion of online gaming, the evolution of sports, innovation in technology, and adoption of legal wagering have redefined the fan experience. This keynote discussion will dive into the state of online gaming, trends on the horizon, and what’s next for these industry leaders.
- Amy Howe, CEO, FanDuel
- Jason Robins, CEO & Co-Founder, DraftKings
The keynote stage will also feature an Indigenous Peoples’ Day discussion led by Indian Gaming Association Chairman Ernie Stevens on Monday, October 9 at 3:50 PM PT. Full session details:
Celebrating the influential roles women play in tribal gaming, business, and politics, this discussion will highlight these leaders’ pivotal contributions to indigenous communities, the gaming industry, and beyond.
- Stephanie Bryan, Chair & CEO, Poarch Band of Creek Indians
- Melanie Benjamin, Chief Executive Officer, Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe
- Fawn Sharp, President, National Congress of American Indians
The full G2E 2023 education program—kicking off Monday, October 9 at 9:00 AM PT—will provide attendees with curated sessions on the future of casino gaming, sports betting, AI, digital payments and cryptocurrency, tribal and international gaming, and more.