Registration opens for Global Gaming Expo 2023

June 27, 2023
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The annual event will be held from October 9 to 12 at The Venetian in Las Vegas.

The American Gaming Association and RX have opened registrations for the Global Gaming Expo, or G2E, 2023, which will be hosted from October 9 to 12 at The Venetian in Las Vegas.

American Gaming Association (AGA) SVP Maureen Beddis said, “G2E serves as an annual showcase for innovation in gaming, and this year’s event promises to be especially impactful as the industry transforms at a record pace. We can’t wait to welcome back the global gaming community to Las Vegas this October to chart the future of gaming.”

Supported by the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers, G2E 2023 will highlight the evolution of the industry, from traditional and online gaming to digital payments and new technologies like artificial intelligence.

Korbi Carrison, G2E’s Event Vice President at RX, said, “We are committed to elevating G2E in tandem with the industry’s growth. Reflecting our commitment, this year’s show will feature the updated G2E brand, new expo hall activations, and our most in-depth education program yet.

"For both exhibitors and attendees, G2E 2023 will once again offer an opportunity to do business with key players, discover winning solutions, gain exposure, and connect with a diverse audience.”

G2E has been hosted for more than 20 years. The AGA’s membership includes commercial and tribal casino operators, sports betting and iGaming companies, and gaming suppliers. RX is a global events producer.

G2E 2023 will sport more than 300 exhibitors, an all-new iGaming zone an expanded Networking Lounge and a robust education program drawing on more than 400 session proposals.


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