GameCo CEO to speak at three eSports conferences
19 Oct 2016
Graboyes will be speaking at three conferences this fall including Naruscope's eSports & Casino Resorts Conference, the Producers Guild of America's Produced By: New York Conference, and the World eSports Summit 2016 in Xiamen, China.
Graboyes is scheduled to speak at Naruscope's eSports & Casino Resorts Conference, taking place 25-26 October at the SLS Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. Graboyes will be speaking on 25 October at 4:15 p.m. on the panel titled "Bringing eSports to the Casino Floor." The conference will focus on practical strategies and tactics involving eSports that gaming properties can immediately implement on casino floors. Throughout the conference, attendees will be able to play GameCo's video game gambling machines (VGM), the world's first introduction to skill-based video game gambling.
On 29 October, Graboyes will be at the Producers Guild of America's Produced By: New York Conference where the most influential decision-makers in the entertainment industry will gather to educate, illuminate and share new technological and economic innovations. Graboyes is moderating the panel at 11:30 a.m. titled "The Storytelling Horizon: Digital Possibilities for Producers." The panel will address the ongoing emergence of cutting-edge streaming platforms, which has been the 21st century's biggest changemaker in content distribution, while digital buyers reveal what kind of content they are looking to license, buy and co-produce, and how producers can work with them.
Graboyes will be at the World eSports Summit 2016 on 18-19 November in Xiamen, China, speaking on a panel discussion regarding the global esports industry on 18 November. The two-day event gathers more than 300 senior and top executives from the eSports industry, including regulatory industries, game publishers, competition operators and more. The summit will offer attendees an outlook on the global eSports industry, along with new trends and advancements.
GameCo recently received approval from the Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) in New Jersey to debut its VGM at casinos in Atlantic City. The VGMs will soon be available to play at Caesars Entertainment properties in Atlantic City, which include Caesars Atlantic City, Harrah's Resort Atlantic City and Bally's - Atlantic City. GameCo plans to be in a number of additional gaming jurisdictions within the next six months.