Canadian Gaming Summit 2013 Montreal June 17-19th

Published Friday, June 07, 2013 -
Canadian Gaming Summit 2013 Montreal June 17-19th

The Canadian Gaming Summit is Canada’s premier annual conference and exhibition for gaming professionals. Last year the Summit was a huge success with many attendees planning to come back this year.

The venue is at the the Palais des congrès de Montréal in old Montreal and will convene on the 17th of June and go until the 19th. The Canadian Gaming Summit industry exposition showcases the leading suppliers of all game related products from slot machines to furniture.

The sponsors for this year’s Summit are impressive with Scientific Games being the platinum sponsor while Bally Technologies is the gold sponsor with Aristocrat, IGT and GCA as the silver sponsors. This is the seventeenth annual Canadian Gaming Summit “where the Canadian Gaming Industry meets.” The Summit delivers face-to-face interaction between attendees from all gaming sectors, disciplines and regions within Canada and beyond, and is the leading provider of information, education and interaction to the Canadian gaming community. The Summit’s top-notch educational program, expansive exhibition and enjoyable social events provide an invaluable and memorable learning and networking experience.

The comprehensive Educational Program at the 2013 Summit offers sessions and keynote presentations covering a wide array of gaming topics presented by industry leaders. These sessions are specifically developed for gaming professionals and help to provide the skills and knowledge required to excel in today’s rapidly evolving marketplace. This year’s program included seminars on Charitable Gaming, Finance, Gaming Operations, Human Resources, iGaming, Legal & Regulatory, Marketing, Security & Surveillance, Sports Betting, Technology and more.

Last year the event was held in Niagara Falls Ontario and this year in the beautiful city of Montreal renowned for its international flavour and inspiring diversity. Located on an island in the St. Lawrence River, it is home to approximately 1.6 million residents and the largest bilingual workforce in Canada. It is the largest French-speaking city outside France and a perfect blend of European charm and North American old world ways.

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