EGAS drawing focus to land-based sector

EGAS drawing focus
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The eyes of the amusements and gaming industry will turn to Ireland for the inaugural European Gaming and Amusement Summit (EGAS).

To be held 12-14 May at the Intercontinental Dublin, EGAS is focused exclusively on land based operations and represents a unique fixture on the events calendar.

Designed to appeal to those at the very top of the industry, the two-day event will combine relaxed networking with hard-hitting keynote presentations and wide-reaching panel discussions.

A Euromat event, the summit seeks to address the business-defining issues facing land based operations in the current legislative and regulatory climate.

Sessions will include a discussion of problem gambling in a new decade, an overview of cashless payments within the amusements and gaming landscapes, and a Gaming Regulators European Forum.

EGAS will also feature keynote addresses from Jason Frost, president of Euromat and Thomas Graf, CEO of the Novomatic-owned Greentube Group.

Alongside in-depth analysis of the most pressing issues facing the industry EGAS will also feature a number of networking opportunities including drinks receptions and dinners.

There are still limited spaces available for those that wish to attend the event and position themselves at the forefront of land based amusements and gaming discussions.


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