G2E to Welcome Six CEOs as Panelists

Several company executives will serve as panelists at this year’s edition of the Global Gaming Expo (G2E), one of the biggest gambling industry trade shows. The experts will discuss where the industry currently is as well as where it is headed.

Six Executives Will Host Panels

Six executives from six of the biggest gambling companies in the world will take part in this year’s G2E keynote panels. Those are Craig Billings, CEO of Wynn Resorts, Derek Stevens, owner and CEO of Circa Resort and Casino, Soo Kim, chair of Bally’s Corporation, Jay Snowden, president and CEO of Penn Entertainment, Amy Howe, CEO of FanDuel and Jason Robins, co-founder and CEO of DraftKings.

Each of the executives will speak on some of the hot topics in the industry. Billings and Stevens, for example, will address the prospects for the industry’s growth in Nevada, the home state of Las Vegas. Kim and Snowden, on the other hand, will talk about the current state of the regional casino market. Lastly, Howe and Robins will analyze the sports betting and online gaming industries and will share their predictions about the future.

The six panelists will speak after the speech of Bill Miller, president and chief executive of the American Gaming Association (AGA). They will be joined by the CNBC reporter Contessa Brewer who will inquire about additional interesting details. She will also welcome other keynote speakers although they are yet to be announced.

G2E Is an Important Event for the Entire Industry

Bill Miller spoke on the matter and said that the AGA is looking forward to welcoming the industry leaders and leading important discussions at this year’s event. He believes that discussion is an important step for innovating the industry and helping it evolve.

Right now, around 300 companies prepare to run a G2E booth. Many companies will showcase their new gambling titles, betting solutions and other innovative content. G2E is set to take place at The Venetian Expo in Las Vegas. The event will kick in on October 10 and will run for four days. Tickets for the Expo Hall cost $229. Visitors can also purchase a single-day education pass for $799 or an all-access pass for $1,449. AGA members can buy tickets at a discount and may visit the Expo Hall free of charge.

During the two days before G2E, the International Center for Responsible Gaming will hold a conference on problem gambling at The Venetian Expo.

Several weeks ago, G2E Asia took place and welcomed some of the biggest players in the Asian market. Many companies showcased their new products ahead of their official launch.