Canadian Gaming Summit to cover iGaming with dedicated track
The iGaming track of the forthcoming Canadian Gaming Summit 2023 will be hosting discussions and sharing valuable information about the topic.
As the iGaming segment is quickly expanding in Canada, the forthcoming running of the Canadian Gaming Summit is going to be dedicating a track to it, which will cover several informative iGaming topics with top industry professionals.
Immediately after the networking break on the 14th of June, the track will start with a panel on the topic of user retention and loyalty. The panel will feature experts like Evoplay’s Vladimir Malakchi and Pinnacle Sports’ Aleksandra Sygiel, who will be talking about how operators can create experiences that attract sizable audiences and keep them engaged for prolonged periods.
The second panel of the track will be keeping with the topic of player loyalty, although approaching it from the perspective of payments. Featuring panelists like Trustly’s Cheryl-Lynn Burns and Neosurt’s Andrea McGeachin, the discussion will explore how gambling and betting operators can stand out from their competition by offering payment methods that streamline and enhance the users’ experiences.
Following the day’s lunch break, the track will host a discussion on the gambling laws of Canada. The panel’s participants, which will include Entain’s Martin Lycka and AGCO’s Christopher Hovius, among many others, will talk about the market’s legal trends and the opportunities presented by various Canadian provinces and their iGaming regulations.
The next discussion panel will feature two experts from top universities, Toronto Metropolitan University’s Dr. Cheri Bradish and Brock University’s Dr. Michael Naraine, who will be talking about the role of education and research in the iGaming industry.
After the conference’s afternoon networking break, a panel about gameplay mechanics and user experiences will be held, as part of which top experts like BetMGM’s Trent Schwartz and Caesars Digital’s Paolo Roberto de Leon will discuss how iGaming developers can improve their offerings by taking inspirations from the video gaming industry.
The final panel of the track will be one studying several successful market entrances of top international operators. The panelists will be taking a look at how many international operators were able to successfully enter the iGaming market of Ontario before their competition and how similar levels of success can be replicated in other provinces.