Hippodrome Casino London to Host Online Bingo and Slots Summit on June 21st

In less than a couple of days, the biggest casino and most popular entertainment venue in London – the Hippodrome Casino – is to host The Online Bingo and Slots Summit. The Summit is scheduled to kick off on June 21st in order to provide its attendees with the opportunity to discover the latest innovations in slots and bingo offerings.

The Online Bingo and Slots Summit that is to take place at the Hippodrome Casino London is to join forces with the WhichBingo Awards. The event is expected to bring together some of the largest gaming and bingo operators, affiliates and software providers that will be given the chance to share their experience, ideas, good practices and opinions about the industry and the trends for its development over the upcoming years.

According some information revealed by the organisers of the Online Bingo and Slots Summit, about 72% of the event’s attendees will be global gaming and bingo operators. Software providers will account for about 18% of the attendees, while affiliates will account for about 10% of the Summit’s participants.

Considering the fact that the competition between bingo solutions providers has increased over the last few years, operators need to make sure that their product and marketing are competitive enough in order to face the rivalry of some of the largest-spending entertainment brands on a global scale.

Various themes and discussions will be included in the Online Bingo and Slots Summit’s agenda. The Summit’s Reception opens at 8:30 AM on June 21st, followed by an official welcome that is to be given by the Chairman of the event.

The first discussion that is to be included in Summit’s agenda, is called “The Confessions of a Former Bingo MD”, featuring the Chief Commercial Officer of Instant Win Gaming Leon Thomas. Starting at 9:30 AM, the discussion is to provide details of the changing bingo industry, as well information about the opportunities and challenges offered by the sector.

The “Data, Analytics and CRM” discussion is to start at 9:45 AM, featuring a number of speakers. At 10:25 AM will be followed by an interesting discussion called “The Future of Affiliates”, which would provide the attending operators and affiliates with ideas and strategies how to adapt to the introduction of GDPR regulation.

After a networking break, three other discussions are to kick off. First, at 11:30 AM, a discussion of the bingo and slots regulations will be held, followed by a “Mergers and Acquisitions, Investment and Growth” discussion at 12:00 PM. The last discussion that is to kick off before the lunch break will be “The Latest Data in Search and Social Content”, which is to provide attendees with more information about the latest updates from Google that operators need to be aware of in order to ensure future growth.

After the lunch break, the “Life After the Bonus Bonanza” discussion is to kick off, featuring a number of speakers, including Ben Starr, Tom Ustunel, Simon Dunne, etc. The participants in the discussion will be provided with further details on the new taxes on free bonuses and their influence on growth, acquisition and retention. Then, at 3:15 PM the “Game Innovation in Slots and Bingo” discussion will offer a more detailed look at the latest innovations and innovative solutions that have been recently taking place in the industry, including new ideas, technology and games.

The Online Bingo and Slots Summit is to offer one more topic after the afternoon networking break. At 4:30 PM, a discussion “Driving Retention and Loyalty in Bingo and Slots” is aimed to provide participants with more information about the latest innovations, strategies and tactics that are able to increase loyalty, LTV and retention among users.

The Chairman of the event is scheduled to present his summary at 5:15 PM, and after that, the Online Bingo and Slots Summit is to be officially closed with networking drinks in Lola’s Underground Bar.

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Daniel Williams

Daniel Williams has started his writing career as a freelance author at a local paper media. After working there for a couple of years and writing on various topics, he found his interest for the gambling industry.

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