Event organiser BNP Media Gaming Group has announced that next month’s BingoWorld Conference and Expo in Las Vegas will see hundreds of industry professionals in attendance from around the globe.
Now in its 13th edition, the annual BingoWorld Conference and Expo is the planet’s largest conference and trade show dedicated to the bingo industry and will take place on March 3 and 4 at the Riviera Hotel and Casino.
“Our early registration numbers prove that BingoWorld couldn’t come at a better time as our programme will focus on how to succeed in today’s challenging environment,” said Charles Anderer, Group Publisher of Gaming for BNP Media.
“The opportunities to network and learn from peers are invaluable and, perhaps defying the odds, we are truly attracting an excellent international crowd this year.”
Anderer revealed that hundreds of bingo professionals have already registered for the event, representing a broad spectrum of industry participants including charitable, commercial, online and tribal bingo hall operators alongside gaming regulators and suppliers. He stated that attendees would be coming from more than 35 US states along with several Canadian provinces and from as far away as Australia, Norway and the Philippines.
BingoWorld will open with a day of intensive conference sessions for commercial, tribal and charitable bingo operators. An all-new edition of Sellin’ Paper And Callin’ Balls, the customer service workshop presented by Raving Consulting’s Steve Browne, will also take place in the morning.
The conference schedule continues on March 4 with two concurrent programmes. The first, Bingo University, is now in its third year and will be a hands-on workshop focusing on marketing. The second, Bingo And The Internet, is a new three-session programme that will set out to explore the popularity of freeplay and money online bingo. Its emphasis will be on how halls can benefit from this exposure and it will also include a detailed look at how operators can maximise the marketing potential of their own websites.