Industry Leaders to Discuss Slots at CasinoBeats Summit
The CasinoBeats Summit 2021 will be taking place on July 13-15. It is one of the leading conferences in the gambling industry, and this year’s edition will be looking at the factors that influence the design, gameplay, and engagement tools of slots.
A number of senior industry executives will be attending in person at the InterContinental in St Julian’s, Malta, and there will also be a huge online audience.
The core theme of the conference is iGaming development, innovation, and strategy, which is reflected in the Slots 2021 and Products & Innovation content tracks on the opening day. All sessions of both tracks are set to be broadcast online.
The slots track will be looking at how studios can help operators attract more players, how to develop successful franchises, and strategies to increase player engagement. The sessions will include ‘Game Selection: The Slots Operators Want’, ‘Diversifying the Slots Audience through Design’, and ‘Slots: Mechanics, Megaways and More’.
Amongst the speakers will be Kasper Bach, the head of Twin, Simon Hammon, the CPO of Relax Gaming, Helen Walton, the CCO of Gluck Games, Rob Procter, a content specialist director at SG Gaming (NASDAQ: SGMS), Stefania Mincu, the CPO of Ellmount Group, and Philippe Joos, the head of product and innovation at Napoleon Sports & Casino.
The theme will continue in the second half of the day with sessions such as ‘Slots: Managing the User Experience’, ‘Trigger Happy: Is There a Future for Feature Buy-In?’, and ‘Retaining and Retraining Talent’.
We’re delighted to welcome some of the key figures in the world of game development to CasinoBeats Summit and to provide a forum for them to share ideas and discuss how operators and studios can work together to the benefit of players. The innovations of the games development sector are crucial to the ongoing success of the iGaming industry, and it’ll be fascinating to learn about the next generation of products that will be entertaining slots and casino players in the coming years.