SBC to expand Canadian Gaming Summit’s rich history
Canadian Gaming Summit 2023 will be hosting an expansive audience of professionals tomorrow.
The latest installment of the conference will be hosting more than 2 thousand attendees in Toronto, where they will get the opportunity to experience the summit’s excellent atmosphere and learn about the growing Canadian gambling industry.
The conference will start tomorrow, on the 13th of June, with its Player Protection Symposium exclusive event. The pre-day show will feature responsible gambling as its main topic of discussion and will offer a limited number of attendees exclusive experiences, such as the opportunity to listen to the famed Safe Bet Show, starring Glenn Healy and Martin Lycka, in person.
Throughout its following two main days, the conference will feature SBC’s track system, which will include seven tracks, each of which will have unique themes that will host discussions and speeches about a wide variety of insightful topics. The event’s tracks include “Lotteries and Regulators”, “Payments and Compliance”, and “Leadership and Growth”, which will feature 170 highly-skilled speakers from top industry organizations and companies.
Along with the learning panels, the conference will feature an exhibition hall, which will host more than 50 companies that will be showcasing their leading offerings, making it an excellent place to meet people and make new connections. The conference will host plenty of other networking opportunities as well, such as during dedicated breaks or meetups, the latter of which will include the First Nations Gaming Breakfast and Global Gaming Women Breakfast.
CGS 2023’s unique atmosphere will continue with its inaugural First Pitch competition, which has given three innovative firms the opportunity to secure a special prize valued at about 70 thousand Canadian dollars. Moreover, the event’s First Nations Gaming Awards will give out further prizes, this time to the most impactful contributors to the country’s First Nations communities.