New York set for iGaming Investor Conference
The iGaming Investor Conference, which will take place in New York on March 25, will feature investors, operators and suppliers discussing the state of the iGaming industry.
The event will welcome 40 gaming and leisure international investors as well as 40 iGaming operators and suppliers.
Delegates will hear from decision-makers while the conference will allow iGaming professionals to present their businesses to investors in attendance.
Show features include a keynote from New Jersey Senator Raymond Lesniak, who will discuss the politics of iGaming, the opening of the New Jersey market and what it means for casinos in the US state.
In addition, Caesars Interactive's Mitch Garber will present a Q&A format session on the future of iGaming in the US.
Michael Caselli, editor in chief of iGaming Business, said: “By limiting attendance to 40 investors and 40 operators, we maintain an exclusive yet balanced attendance at the show.
“Investors are invited personally by Morgan Stanley, while iGaming attendees are vetted by iGaming Business for their suitability and either invited directly or accepted following an application process.
“This is all to ensure that every attendee will make a positive contribution to the event.”