From April 18-20, Gaming Labs International (GLI) hosted the much-anticipated annual Regulators Roundtable event in Las Vegas at the Palms Casino Resort. The conference gathered over 340 regulated gambling regulators from North America and other parts of the world, offering them an unparalleled opportunity to participate in high-level discussions with industry thought leaders and peers.
This year's Roundtable featured inspiring speakers, thought-provoking panel discussions, and engaging presentations, all focused on key issues facing regulators in an ever-changing global gaming industry.
One of the most prominent highlights of the event was the GaudHammer Gaming Group, selected as a featured technology of the future at the Innovation Tech Hub. G3's demo kiosk, placed strategically in the main atrium, drew considerable attention from attendees eager to learn about their cutting-edge real-money video game platform. This was a testament to GaudHammer's growing reputation within the industry as a pioneer in gaming technology.
The event also featured a panel hosted by GLI Senior Account Executive Jamie Garcia on real money video games and esports, which included GaudHammer's CEO Anthony Gaud, 5th Street Gaming's Seth Schorr, Indian Esports Gaming Association's Ernest Stevens III, and Kinectify's Sean Topchi. The panel discussion was standing room only, with many regulators taking the opportunity to ask questions and engage with the experts after the panel, reflecting the industry's enthusiasm for the future of this new expansion in gambling.
GaudHammer's Kirby Leung was on hand to give demonstrations of the company's upcoming technology, QRTR, the first regulated real money video gaming platform. QRTR promises to revolutionize the industry by offering players a seamless, immersive experience while maintaining strict regulatory compliance. This groundbreaking platform exemplifies GaudHammer's commitment to pushing the boundaries of gaming technology and regulation.
In addition to participating in the Regulators Roundtable, GaudHammer also toured UNLV's Blackfire Innovation Center in anticipation of a future collaboration related to game development for regulated markets. This partnership would serve to further solidify GaudHammer's position as a leader in the development of gaming technology that not only meets the needs of the market but also adheres to the highest regulatory standards.
The annual Regulators Roundtable event once again proved to be a crucial meeting point for industry leaders and regulators from around the world. GaudHammer's participation and recognition at this prestigious event further underscores their commitment to shaping the future of regulated gaming and ensuring that it remains an innovative, exciting, and responsible sector.