We Saw the Future through 

GiGse Goggles...


As GiGse 2016 and the co-located Millennial Summit came to a close on April 29 in San Francisco, the industry's shift towards new ways to interact with players in the casino setting became clearer. 


While little progress has been reported around iGaming, many sessions focused on new products and business models that resonate more with new types of players through the excitement and social interaction they offer. 


Via its journey through digital innovation and Millennial engagement, GiGse will continue to explore exciting new trends and products that enable deeper customer engagement and help the gambling industry in its entirety to embrace new formats and revenue models. 


If you want to be part of the GiGse evolution, let us know.


Get involved in the GiGse Advisory Board - contact Ewa Bakun at ewa.bakun@clarionevents.com 


Check out just some of the high-level companies attending GiGse this year:

Global Media Partners




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