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What does the next decade hold for casinos?

ICE North America will deep dive into the challenges and opportunities facing the world of casino, both land based and online.

  • Can traditional slots and table games effective attract younger generations?
  • Will skill based games ever see the success of games of chance?
  • Will iGaming regulation catch up with sports betting?

 

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No need to wait until next year to get your ICE North America conference fix

Following the postponement of the in-person ICE North America exhibition and conference in New Orleans, we're bringing you a whole week of streamed industry content, discussions and debate, that you can access from wherever you are.

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Insight led by casino experts

Casino Intelligence

ICE North America, which was scheduled for May 13 -14, 2020, has been postponed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19). If you’re interested in the breakdown of the conference prior to event postponement, please find below. Please note, this includes the previous event's details and should be used as a guide only.

Day 2

11:00 - 
11:30 am

The Future of progressive gaming a designer’s perspective

This keynote will see an expert at the forefront of casino product development share insight into how they look
to approach current consumer demands and the challenges of keeping the slot floor attractive to younger
demographics when developing the next hit game.

11:30 - 
12:10 pm

Floor design or game design? What’s the key to the casino floor of the future?

Kevin Sweet, Vice President of Slot Operations & Marketing, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

1:10 - 
1:50pm

Skill based gaming Wrong timing or wrong product?

Sandra Douglass Morgan, Chairwoman, Nevada Gaming Control Board

1:50 - 
2:30 pm

Motion: Cash is king

Consumers are increasingly demanding fast, safe and secure transactions throughout daily life and gambling is
no different. While cash is perceived to still be king for the industry, certainly for B&M operators, this session
will debate whether this is truly the case, what the latest payment technologies available are, how they can
benefit operators and customers alike, and what 2020 regulatory hurdles are facing the industry.

Sandra Douglass Morgan, Chairwoman, Nevada Gaming Control Board

2:30 - 
3:10 pm

How can operators make the casino attractive to sports bettors?

3:10 - 
3:50 pm

Fintech's role in US gaming

Moderator: Dan Phillips, CEO, Nel Advisory

 

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