iGB Live! has announced the creation of a dedicated Slots Arena aimed at exhibiting updated insights on the latest generation of RNG-based games, thus showcasing the latest innovations and business development opportunities in a gaming vertical that, according to data provided by H2 Gambling Capital, accounted for $18.8 billion or 71% of online casino revenues in 2021. Clarion Gaming‘s event will be held July 5-8, at RAI Amsterdam.
The data consultancy estimates that global gross win from RNG games, of which slots are the dominant component, will grow by 101% over the next five years, reaching $37.1 billion by 2026, at a CAGR of 14.9%.
Naomi Barton, Clarion Gaming’s Portfolio Director responsible for iGB Live!, said: “We have responded to feedback from the industry, and created a dedicated feature area for visitors to learn more about the latest innovations in a vertical that’s undergoing significant change. Traditional slots, whether land-based or online, have failed to connect with millennials or Gen-Z. These fundamental shortcomings are being addressed by games creators with innovation delivering multi-player functionality, as well as elements of social and skill-based features to games, meaning that a whole new sub-category of slots are relevant to the industry with the capabilities to help accelerate business growth and in the process expand the parameters of iGaming.”
She added: “We’ll be exhibiting how various slots streamers operate through viewing their dedicated Twitch broadcast channels, and the iGB Live! show floor will include a dedicated space for networking. Agile and dynamic in-person events such as iGB Live! are all about identifying and facilitating growth opportunities, and the iGB SLOTS Arena has been created to help visitors connect with igaming slots businesses and convert networking to player traffic and player acquisition. It’s a powerful example of the commitment to innovation that underpins the iGB Live! experience.”
iGB Live! expects the attendance of 4,000+ visitors and 250 exhibitors in Amsterdam.