Countdown to the Global Gaming Expo • This Week in Gambling

Countdown to the Global Gaming Expo • This Week in Gambling

The Global Gaming Expo is set to open on Monday of next week. The event is presented by the American Gaming Association and welcomes Wynn Resorts’ Craig Billings, FanDuel’s Amy Howe, Bally’s Corporation Soo Kim, DraftKings’ Jason Robins, Circa Resort and Casino’s Derek Stevens, and PENN Entertainment’s Jay Snowden to the G2E 2022 keynote stage.

With decades of combined experience leading gaming operations and business across national, regional, and online markets, the group will provide insights on the current landscape and direction of the industry when G2E 2022 returns to Las Vegas, and runs from October 10th through the 13th at The Venetian Expo.

“We are excited to bring these innovative leaders to the keynote stage at G2E 2022,” said AGA President and CEO Bill Miller. “This all-star panel will provide invaluable perspective on the future of gaming as we embrace new opportunities to continue our strong recovery from the pandemic-caused disruptions over the past two years. We look forward to once again leading important discussions at this year’s show that will drive innovation and propel our industry well after G2E concludes.”

G2E’s full education line-up opens on October 10 at 9:00 am and will welcome the global gaming community for collaborative conversations on the future of gaming, including sports betting, digital payments and cryptocurrency, tribal gaming, and international markets.

About Global Gaming Expo

Global Gaming Expo (G2E) is the world’s premier gathering of commercial and tribal gaming professionals. For 20 years, G2E has convened the global gaming industry to discover cutting-edge technology, connect with peers and industry experts, and access expert education.

About the AGA 

As the national trade group representing the U.S. casino industry, the American Gaming Association (AGA) fosters a policy and business environment where legal, regulated gaming thrives. The AGA’s diverse membership of commercial and tribal casino operators, sports betting and iGaming companies, gaming suppliers, and more lead the $261 billion industry and support 1.8 million jobs across the country.