In 2022, the iGaming NEXT team will stamp their authority in Manhattan.
The coming together of two unique crowds: iGaming and Investment professionals.
Scheduled to take place in “The Big Apple”, iGaming NEXT New York City ’22 will occupy the Convene in Midtown West on the 21st and 22nd of March to gather the biggest brands and influencers from the iGaming industry and investment community with the thrilling and ever-changing landscape of the US gaming market being the focal point.
Surrounded by bright lights, numerous historical landmarks including Lady Liberty herself, iGaming NEXT will allow you to experience New York City’s iconic attractions and diversity through two days of insightful and informative content. Networking will play a pivotal role during the boutique event with multiple evening receptions scheduled at some of the city’s quintessential venues.
Get ready to connect, explore, and experience at iGaming NEXT New York City ’22.
Agenda for iGaming NEXT New York City '22
Opportunity to become acquainted with your fellow colleagues ahead of the event and collect your badge ready for Day 1.
iGaming NEXT NYC ’22 will host a suite at Madison Square Garden where NY Knicks host Utah Jazz 🏀
Opportunity to test your pace around the iconic Central Park. We will offer varying levels of running speed to ensure you arrive fresh and ready for action for Day 1.
The pace of mergers and acquisitions in the sports betting and online iGaming world has certainly picked up steam in the last six months as it appears $2bn deals are being raised each morning!
Will this trend really continue? Is todays’ “favorite” going to be tomorrow’s old news as each company seeks to be available to be acquired for the right price?
As the markets become ever fiercer, the debate as to whether to own outright or outsource solutions to a third party can make the difference to millions that is lost or won as licences are handed out. What is the best, and what does it mean for the eventual winners?
Whilst it is an attractive revenue opportunity, can the complex and non-compliant nature of Asia begin to hinder the opportunity for operators entering the United States as the sector looks to a more sustainable industry and investor demands?
Will this cause a boardroom split or re-focus as some hard-line decisions are made to enter the United States?
As sports betting comes to the forefront, is technology likely to play an even more vital role as companies seek to stake their claim in the competitive market? Who are the likely winners and losers and what new innovative products can we expect to see in 2022 and beyond?
How do you attract the attention in the new social world and above all convert them to loyal customers? How can passive viewers be converted to sports and iGaming bettors?
With over 200 million viewers worldwide, eSports betting is still in its relative infancy, but it is expected to grow in the coming decades exponentially reaching $13bn in 2025.
With sports betting representing the most popular product among Esports fans can we expect it to be mainstream soon and how do businesses tap into the Gen Z market?
Six months on from the nine licenses being awarded and an expected launch of wagering at the Super Bowl LVI – what has this brought to operators and media alike and the State of New York?
Having gone through unfamiliar waters with uncertain futures, 2022 is the start of the revival and new opportunities are coming about. These shockwaves are tearing through the US as many more licenses are awarded and partnerships and M&A activity are moving at a herculean pace. This session looks at the impact on regulation across the US and its impact on revenue opportunities.
The collective billions in potential earnings from leagues will mean huge dividends for some sports stakeholders even after the pandemic. What is the expected outcome and impact of the various deals, and will we see new market entrants over the next 12 months?
As the industry is seeking to hit $8.5bn in Sports Betting and iGaming in the US by 2025 it is the right time to be entering the US market.
What is the latest perspective from the operator’s point of view? Do they see the ability to have complete control of their operations or will reliance on third party partners ultimately win in the end?
As tribal gaming continues to dominate the land base sector, it is expected that it is a matter of time when not if, the tribal sector begins to reap the benefit of iGaming. With the iGaming sector alone expected to be twice as profitable as sports betting, we examine what opportunity lies ahead for the burgeoning US sector.
iGaming NEXT NYC ’22 will host a suite at Madison Square Garden where NY Knicks host Atlanta Hawks 🏀
At iGaming NEXT, the health and well-being of our guests and team have always been at the forefront of our decision-making. As we embark to organise our March New York City ’22 event, we continue to monitor Government guidelines and we are preparing a Covid-19 Safe Event Plan to protect both our Guests and team.
More information around covid-19 rules and requirements will be posted closer to the event!