Where Social Gambling and Mobile Gaming Converge
The fourth annual Social Gambling & Gaming Summit is a full-day conference focused on the intersection of casino-style social games, mobile gaming, virtual goods, and the bridge between mainstream social gambling and gaming. This event unites established industry leaders and developers in free-to-play mobile games and social casino games for inspiring keynotes, lively panels, and in-depth discussion on the future of real-money gaming, cross-platform integration, game design, and player conversion.
The stakes for mastering the business and technology of successful mobile social gambling have never been higher. By 2015, the social gambling market is predicted to grow to $2.5 billion and the mobile app market is predicted to top $38 billion. The global total spend on virtual goods is expected to reach $4.1 billion by 2016.
Gaming Marketing Solutions
eGaming Industry Manager
Co-founder and CEO
DLA Piper UK LLP
Connecting the Dots Between Real World and Virtual Spending
The new breed of casual and social gamer represents a massive audience that cuts across all age, gender, and demographic boundaries. At this event, you’ll learn about the emerging regulatory landscape, gain insight into user acquisition strategies, and tap into the latest investment opportunities. Meet with iGaming innovators and social pioneers and build partnerships with major land-based casino operators. You’ll also explore the differences between the European and American market.
Social Gambling & Gaming Summit Key Trends
Keynotes and panel sessions will cover a wide range of topics and trends, including:
- Fanning the Games: Building Engagement By Converting Players To Fanatics
- HTML5 Reality Check: Will 2013 Bring The Big Breakthrough?
- The Power of Cross-Promotion: How Leading Mobile Game Developers Are Leveraging Their Own User Base
- Multiplatform Soft Gambling Trends
- Social-Focused Betting: The Rise of Social Casino Games and Online Gambling
- Monetizing the Multi-Platform Landscape on iOS, Android, and Windows 8