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GiGse and ScS 2014 have now finished. The event featured high-level industry professionals, thought-proviking debates, invaluable insight and strategic analysis of the state of play of iGaming in the US. Event highlights will be available shortly.

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While online poker was the most played online game in Wave 1 of the same survey conducted in January, two months after the launch of regulated internet gambling in the state, online slot games took the lead in Wave 2 of the survey (June 13-18)....

It wasn't a favourable ground for Willie Brown, former Mayor of San Francisco, to speak out about his concerns about iGaming, but he did in a charismatic and lively fashion, as one would have expected. While the opinions expressed on the...

'2% conversion to real money play via an incentive seems very low’, commented David Chang of Gamblit Gaming, member of the Consumer Insights Group (CIG) assembled by GiGse San Francisco to interpret the data of...

Lynne Kaufman of Cooper Levenson Attorneys at Law, in a an article published exclusively for GiGse, argues that New Jersey’s best bet now is to continue to do what it is doing: working collaboratively with regulators and other states to...


Social and real money gaming: Making the connection

Social casino industry surpassed $2 billion in revenues in 2013 and is on track to grow another 35% by the end of 2014, according to SuperData Research. Discover the opportunities at the intersection of freemium and real-money gaming, benefit from the learnings in product design, content licensing and customer marketing that the two industries can exchange and identify new product and marketing avenues to succeed in an increasingly competitive marketplace.
Download the brochure to find out more about the 2nd Social Casino Summit, co-located with GiGse.