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Architecture: Hardware, Software, Space, Security and Support

May 15, 2019

There is no question that inclusion of esports in your property is going to require some investment in infrastructure.  In order to avoid unnecessary costs, you will need to know how to do the most with the least amount of capital investment. What is needed for your property? Is investment in an esport lounge or arena like Caesar’s Hyperx arena in Las Vegas the right way to go? What is the best way to design your space for gamers? What should it look like? In this track, we will explore different strategies for infrastructure creation including an analysis of hardware equipment, software, how to design the space, how to stave off cheating and hacking and the type of staff necessary to help.   
 
 Understanding the gamers’ choice in hardware and accessories  

 The hardware sponsor opportunities for your property  

 Developing a secure system to allow for uninterrupted and fair tournaments 


Learning outcomes:

 Identifying the right equipment for your space

 How to ensure that your property stays secure, especially if you are introducing iGaming

 Where in your casino would be the best place for gamers 


Moderator: Michael Pollock, Managing Director, Spectrum Gaming Group Alex Igelman, LL.B, Founder and MD, Esports Capital Corp./Spectrum Esports Advisors Elijah Roach, Founder and CEO, Saber VR  Ben Fox, Producer, Casino eSport Conference  Jack Vandervelde, Co-founder, Helix Esports 

Speakers
Michael Pollock, Managing Director, Spectrum Gaming Group - Spectrum Gaming Group
Alex Igelman, LL.B, Founder and MD, Esports Capital Corp./Spectrum Esports Advisors - Millennial eSports

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