Global Gaming Expo Opens Registration for 2021 Show
Registration is now open for the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) 2021, the premier gathering of the global gaming industry. The event—presented by the American Gaming Association (AGA) and organized by RX (Reed Exhibitions)—returns to the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas from Oct. 4-7 (Education: October 4-7 | Expo Hall: October 5-7).
“Following the hardest year in gaming’s history, our recovery is well underway as casino goers return to gaming properties in record-setting numbers. We’re thrilled to open registration to reconvene the industry in Las Vegas,” said Meredith Pallante, vice president, global events at the AGA. “This year has extra meaning as industry stakeholders reunite, the ingenuity of the past year is on full display, and the industry continues a comeback like no other.”
G2E 2021—supported by the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM)—will highlight the latest in core gaming, sports betting, iGaming, and digital payments from a diverse range of established and emerging exhibitors. To support the industry’s recovery, G2E is offering reduced pricing on in-person and virtual registration for 2021 to help more attendees be part of the G2E experience.
“G2E is a must-attend event for industry leaders looking to experience and learn the latest trends in gaming,” said Korbi Carrison, G2E’s event director. “As the launching pad of gaming innovations and technologies, G2E attracts gaming industry professionals who have buying power and unites them with manufacturers and providers of the unique, new products, services, and concepts that can’t be found anywhere else.”
G2E health and safety guidelines continue to evolve to comply with all federal, state, and local requirements and will be updated regularly to help support a safe experience on-site.
Off the show floor, G2E’s education offering is thoughtfully curated by the industry and for the industry, ensuring attendees leave with actionable insights relevant to today’s trends and realities. The 2021 program is centered around seven topics reflecting gaming’s growth: