G2E partners with iGaming Business’ Super Show

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The American Gaming Association and Reed Exhibitions have announced a partnership agreement of their Global Gaming Expo (G2E) with iGaming Business’ Super Show.

The partnership will look to leverage this cross-promotional opportunity to be able to reach audiences in both the online and offline gaming world in order to increase reach and relevance for their audience.

Alex Pratt, head of iGaming Business, stated in the release, “G2E is the largest gambling conference worldwide and we look forward to working together to educate and increase awareness of the gambling industry as a whole in a productive and positive way.”

Last November, nearly 25,000 people attended the flagship G2E event at the Las Vegas Convention Center, providing gaming professionals with access to cutting edge products and technology, valuable networking opportunities and unmatched educational programming.

Given the recent events of Black Friday, this year’s conference is expected to be the largest online gaming conference the world has ever seen. All of this means that the Super Show held May 25-26 in Dublin is going to slammed packed this year. Which also means that the anniversary Seven Deadly Sins Party is going to be off the chains with people scrambling to get in on the what is shaping up to be the biggest party of the year.

In other words, if you’re planning on attending the Seven Deadly Sins Party you better get your ass there early!

Frank Fahrenkopf, Jr., president and CEO of the American Gaming Association, remarked, “Internet gambling continues to draw significant interest and debate, within both the U.S. and global gaming industries. This partnership between iGaming Business and G2E will provide both Internet and land-based casino operators with the information and insights to gain a better understanding of how this sector will shape the future of our industry.”

The G2E 2011 is set to be held at the Sands Expo, Las Vegas, in October.


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