GTS: Register by May 7 and Save!

The Gaming Technology Summit is now less than three weeks away, and the excitement is growing for what is sure to be an outstanding renewal of the industry’s leading technology conference!

The Summit is set for May 25-26 at Green Valley Ranch in Las Vegas, and you will want to take advantage of early-bird registration savings – register by May 7 and save up to $200! And please make your hotel reservations early; Green Valley Ranch will sell out! For the best possible rate, please call the hotel directly at 866-670-8777, and be sure to mention Gaming Technology Summit.

Three exceptional keynote speakers are set for the Summit. Opening the event at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, May 25, is Las Vegas Mayor Oscar B. Goodman. The luncheon keynote address that day will be given by Jonathan Seigle, Vice President of the Casino & Resort Division of MICROS Systems, Inc. On Wednesday, May 26, Rich Schneider, IGT’s Senior Vice President, Server Based Applications, will give the luncheon keynote.

Also at the May 26 luncheon will be the presentation of Casino Journal’s annualTop 20 Most Innovative Gaming Technology Products Awards, including a special Attendee Choice Award for the product voted best by Summit attendees.

More than 50 speakers are already confirmed for the event, which offers 27 regular educational sessions including a nine-session track organized by presenting sponsor Gaming Standards Association.

GSA Program and Workshop

GSA is an industry trade group which facilitates the development and implementation of open standards that pave the way for industry growth. The goal of the Summit’s special GSA session track is to provide information on GSA standards and to discuss how they can be quickly implemented in new products for the gaming industry.

On May 24, the day before the Summit begins, GSA is also offering a workshop which is open to all attendees. The morning workshop is a meeting of the Operators Advisory Committee, where you can observe how GSA develops standards based on the business needs of gaming operators.

The afternoon workshop features an unbiased debate of technical innovation and the impact it has on casino operations. A central focus of the discussion will be how innovations such as the new Player User Interface can generate increased revenue. Join more than a dozen industry experts as they share their insight!

For a complete current list of speakers and to register, please visit