|The iGaming Business Pavilion at the upcoming Global Gaming Expo (G2E), September 13-15, 2005 is in good stead to be the hot spot of the show, with a line-up of the top gaming, skill gaming and poker providers already confirmed. Organisers announced today that although they have sold more than 17 stands, they might extend the pavilion area to accommodate another six exhibitors.|
The iGaming Business Pavilion is exclusively for the online gaming industry, featuring leading service providers and operators that have established themselves in the bourgeoning global online gaming market. A collaboration between G2E and leading interactive gaming magazine iGaming Business, this is the first year the online sector will have its own pavilion organised by a leader in the iGaming space. The focus will be on skill gaming, soft games and poker software, however, traditional casino gaming software providers, iDTV and mobile gaming providers are also encouraged to exhibit in the space.
Over the three days of the expo, there will be a free seminar and presentation area where leading figures in the industry will address issues in interactive gaming, such as the state of domestic regulation, the challenges of going mobile, the latest gaming development products, and perspectives on the industry’s future.
According to Michael Caselli, iGaming Business editor, the online skill gaming sector is growing at record speed in the United States, so the iGaming Business Pavilion will provide an unprecedented opportunity for poker suppliers to meet with buyers.
“The iGaming Business Pavilion will bring a dedication to the gaming sector to G2E for the first time in the show’s history”, said Mr Caselli. “We are excited to have an opportunity to add an online focus to the world’s biggest gaming expo.”
The pavilion will be located in Hall C2 of the G2E show floor. Last year G2E attracted more than 25,000 industry professionals from across the globe and over 200 mainstream and trade media. G2E is the largest international event for the gaming industry.