Global Gaming Expo (G2E) is the international gaming trade show and conference “by the industry and for the industry.” Organized by the American Gaming Association (AGA) and Reed Exhibitions, G2E made its debut in fall 2001, defining itself as the preeminent show for the gaming-entertainment industry.
G2E is the place to conduct business, connect with peers and learn cutting-edge ways to become a better gaming professional. It offers a 360-degree view of the industry from slots and table games to igaming and food, beverage, and hospitality.
G2E Asia 2013
G2E is bigger and better than ever this year, featuring must-have, in-depth content at the conferences and a bigger show floor to keep your business and your career at the forefront of the industry. G2E continues to evolve each year by adding new and exciting features to keep pace with the industry and in direct response to customer feedback to ensure you get the best return on investment by participating in the world's largest gathering of casino buyers.
G2E Asia 2012
G2E offers the world's largest and most comprehensive education for the gaming industry. Content is carefully developed by the industry for the industry by leading gaming experts. Keep your business and career on track to successfully manage this tough economic climate, to thrive today and in the future.
G2E 2011 is focused on the theme of "seizing your competitive edge and driving customers to your property through innovation, new media, and operational excellence." Not able to make it to the event? Purchase access to the full conference recordings NOW. They will be available shortly after the event.
G2E Asia 2011
G2E Asia 2010
Design Technology: The Impact on Architecture and Construction
Asian Action: Investing on the Pacific Rim
Then, Now and Next: The Global Impact of Las Vegas on Casino...
Doing the Numbers: Valuation of a Casino Property
Details, Details: How Deals are Done
Macau: Gambling Halls or Tourism Magnets?
Singapore: Integrated Resort Model or Stand Alone Success?
Conference Luncheon Featuring Paul Steelman
Project Finance: Finding the Money
After the Recession: Casino Design Trends
Less than Lethal Weapons: Arming a Security Department
Doing the Numbers: The New AICPA Audit and Accounting Guide
Beyond the Racetracks: VLTs in the Community
Compare and Contrast: Best Practices in Related Industries