In Forbes, I just tried to explain the phenomenon that is G2E:
“The show,” as the true insiders call it, is divided into two parts. “Education” is a 12-track series of panels, seminars, and keynotes on topics ranging from gaming leadership and career development to non-gaming growth opportunities in esports (one of several new 2018 offerings). Sessions can get pretty technical: you don’t need a law degree to attend “Changing the Game: The Legal and Regulatory Aspects of a PASPA Repeal,” but it probably helps. “Connecting Business, Analytics, and IT to Realize a Return on Investments” will only make sense to someone who uses technology in their day-to-day worklife to track and analyze customer spend on everything from slot machines to spas.