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Social gambling-style games represent the greatest revenue driver in social media, and major platform providers, including Facebook, have already approved real-money wagering on their social network.
Bringing the games and gambling industry together, the Social Gambling Conference, hosted by iGaming Business, will cover a range of topics. Sessions will cover topics including: the transition between social and real money gambling, the regulation of social games, monetisation and the opportunities in social gambling.
“The conference will bring together the worlds of social gaming, online gambling and terrestrial casinos. Attendees will not only meet today’s major players in this space, but tomorrow’s winners. We will be covering what’s happening right now in this fast-moving space, but perhaps more importantly, we will probe the experts about what the future holds during our CEO Panel “Visions of the Future,” promised conference Chairman and iGaming expert Michael Caselli.
The elite line up of expert speakers includes: Noel Hayden, CEO of Gamesys; Jez San, President and Founder of PKR; Raf Keustermans, Co-Founder and CEO of Plumbee; Dean Takahashi, Lead Writer at Venture Beat; Rich Roberts, CEO of Slingo plus many more.
The Social Gambling Conference will be held at Dexter House on the 16th of November in London. Anyone with interest in the social games space, the online gambling space, and the intersection and opportunities between the two, including investors, suppliers, developers and operators can register to attend at www.SocialGamblingConference.com.
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