Taking place on both sides of the Ottawa River, this year’s Canadian Gaming Summit will bring together attendees from all gaming sectors, disciplines and regions throughout North America.
[dropcap]O[/dropcap]n June 13-15, gaming delegates from across North America and beyond will take to the show and conference floor of the 2016 Canadian Gaming Summit. Organised by the Canadian Gaming Association (CGA), the 2016 event takes place at the Casino Du Lac-Leamy in Gatineu, Quebec, and across the river at the Ottawa Convention Centre, Ontario.
The Canadian Gaming Summit Exhibition offers delegates the opportunity to meet one-on-one with existing and prospective suppliers. New gaming products and services will be launched and showcased, and multiple networking opportunities are available.
Among the 40 exhibitors this year will be Ainsworth Game Technology, Aruze Gaming America, Crane Payment Innovations, JCM Global, Nanoptix, Novomatic Americas and Scientific Games.
“The summit delivers face-to-face interaction with senior-level decision makers from across Canada and beyond, who purchase gaming-related products and services,” the CGA said. “Attending delegates represent all gaming sectors and disciplines: provincial lottery and gaming corporations, casinos and racetracks, charitable gaming and bingo, First Nations, elected officials, gaming regulatory agencies and more.”
Away from the show floor, the Canadian Gaming Summit offers multiple concurrent conference sessions covering a range of topics, including: casino event strategies, iGaming and data analytics, demographics, incentives, responsible gambling, training and development, social gaming and anti-money laundering.
“The comprehensive educational programme includes sessions and keynote presentations covering a wide array of gaming topics, presented by industry leaders,” said the CGA. “These sessions were specifically developed for gaming professionals, helping to provide the skills and knowledge required to excel in today’s rapidly evolving marketplace.”
The Opening Reception will be held at the Casino Du Lac-Leamy, 6km from the expo hall, on June 13, followed by the 7th Annual First Nation Gaming Awards.