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Gaming, Raсing & Wagering Аustralia turns 10 this yеar

26 July 2019, 13:28
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The 10th Annual Gaming, Racing & Wagering Australia (GRWA) will return on 12-14 August 2019 at L’ Aqua, Cockle Bay Wharf in Sydney.

Gaming, Raсing & Wagering Аustralia turns 10 this yеar

The first conference day will discuss the current trends and opportunities for casinos, clubs and pubs. Sessions include the future of the Australian land-based industry, building and maintaining brand reputation to attract and retain customers, Corporate Social Responsibility and Responsible Gambling, monetising on Esports, and gaming floor innovation. Hear from industry experts such as: David Edwards, Projects Chief Executive – Special Projects Unit, Department of Innovation, Tourism Industry Development and Commonwealth Games, Donald Carducci, Equity Research Analyst – Gaming and Leisure, J.P Morgan, Michael Sarquis, Acting Deputy Director-General Liquor Gaming and Fair Trading, Department of Justice and Attorney-General, David Croft, General Manager Product & Strategy, The Star Entertainment Group, and many more.

Conference Day Two will focus on sports betting, racing and wagering. Key topics that will be discussed in detail include the future outlook of the industry, updates on the point of consumption tax, Esports, daily fantasy sports, reinventing the lottery, and online poker. Industry speakers include: Brendon Dorff, Chief Operating Officer, Sports Hero Australia, Stephen Hanna, Chairman, ESIC (APAC), Rossi Biddle, Co-Founder & CEO, Fantasy Esports Global, Nicholas Heaney, CEO, Skrilla, and Sally Gainsbury, Co-Director, Gambling Treatment & Research Clinic, The University of Sydney, and many more.

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Conference Day Three will take a deep dive into innovation in tech, marketing and security. Topics include implementing blockchain and crypto into gaming, marketing for the online and land-based industry, SEO, big data and cybersecurity. Speaking on these topics include: Joseph F Borg, Partner, WHPARTNERS, Bhavesh Parthi, Head of Affiliates, Asia Oppa Ltd., Albert Yu, Chief Operating Officer, Alphaslot and Andrew Constantine, Red Teamer and Hacker in Chief, Private Cybersecurity Advisor.

For more information about the 10th Annual GRWA, please visit the official website https://gamingdownunder.com/

About Gaming Events by Beacon

Beacon Events is the organizer of some of the longest running gaming conferences in the Asia-Pacific region. The company gathers regulators, leading consultants, service providers, operators and affiliates from the online and land-based gaming sectors. Beacon Events understands that Asia and the Asia Pacific region is an energetic market filled with changes and opportunities, and that is why we have new events and workshops to assist gaming executives to stay ahead of the curve.

Beacon Events currently have two conferences that answer the needs of different gaming sectors. This includes:

Gaming, Racing & Wagering Australia (GRWA), the longest standing gaming conference in the Australian and New Zealand region;

and Asia Gaming Summit (AGS), a conference covering the latest regulatory updates, licensing topics, developments, marketing & diversification trends and innovations in gaming/igaming, online casino, sports betting, eSports and lottery in Asia.

About Beacon Events

About Beacon Events

For over 20 years, we have been a beacon of inspiration, innovation and thought-leadership, helping businesses chart their course to success with our insightful and industry-focused events.  As an independent events company, Beacon’s expertise lies in producing first class international events that meet the challenges facing executives and businesses today. From Mining, Natural Resources & Commodities, Finance & Investment, Technology, to Gaming events, our goal is to provide the perfect platform where senior executives, professionals and industry leaders come together to gain critical market intelligence, network and do business around the globe.

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