Gavin Isaacs (pictured), president and chief executive of lottery manager and casino equipment supplier Scientific Games Corp will be one of the industry leaders at a ‘CEO Roundtable’ discussion to be held at Global Gaming Expo (G2E) 2015 in Las Vegas.
Other invitees are Mark Frissora, president and CEO of casino operator Caesars Entertainment Corp, and Greg Carlin, CEO of U.S.-focused casino operator Rush Street Gaming.
Mr Frissora, a former CEO of car rental firm Hertz Global Holdings Inc, joined Caesars Entertainment in February as president and chief executive designate. He succeeded Gary Loveman as president and CEO of Caesars Entertainment on July 1.
G2E, a U.S.-based conference and trade show for and about the gaming industry, is presented by the American Gaming Association (AGA) and managed by Reed Exhibitions. This year’s edition will take place at Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas from September 28 to October 1.
Bo Bernhard, executive director of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas’ International Gaming Institute, will moderate the CEO round-table discussion. The topics will include: United States’ versus Asian markets; gaming expansion versus oversaturated markets; regulations that affect the growth of gaming; and legalised sports betting and fantasy sports.
“Gaming is a quarter-of-a-trillion-[U.S.]dollar industry that is constantly evolving and finding new ways to provide a world-class entertainment experience,” said Geoff Freeman, AGA’s president and CEO, in a statement accompanying the round-table line-up announcement. “We’re thrilled to gather some of the most important voices in gaming for a compelling forum that will shed light on the future of the industry.”
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