Organizers & Producers
COVID Vaccination Requirement
The health and safety of our attendees is, of course, our first priority as we approach the 24th East Coast Gaming Congress and NexGen Forum on October 25-26. All show participants must provide proof of a COVID-19 vaccination before admission to the conference. Sign up for our email blasts and watch your email for additional details on how to verify your vaccination status.
The East Coast Gaming Congress & NexGen Gaming Forum was organized and produced by Spectrum Gaming Group, an independent research and regulatory consulting firm, Cooper Levenson, Attorneys at Law, Esports Entertainment Group, and Sports Illustrated Sportsbook.
The ECGC recognizes attendees have limited time & budget, and priced & scheduled this conference with these factors in mind. This event ensures all critical issues are covered within the same forum. We bring leaders from government, suppliers and operators, who collectively set policies and make decisions, into one place where their ideas can be placed in the broadest context.
Heard at ECGC
“This is the best conference the industry has. ” – Geoff Freeman, President & CEO, American Gaming Association
“I enjoyed hearing about the SportsBook and how the panel felt it would affect the casino industry.” – ECGC 2018 attendee feedback
“All of the speakers were thoroughly prepared and able to provide insight into the evolving gaming industry.” – ECGC 2018 attendee feedback
Why Should You Attend?
- ECGC is the largest gaming conference outside of Nevada
- Hear keynotes from the industry’s leading CEOs
- Timely, cutting-edge content from global leaders in all aspects of gaming
- Network with industry leaders and gaming professionals at the Welcome Reception
- Enjoy the numerous amenities at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City
What Does Esports in the U.S. Mean For Gaming?
Esports are hot, casinos want to host their tournaments, and the gaming industry generally wants to be associated with this emerging sport. But why? Are esports a casino attraction like boxing? Will it become the focus of betting? Has the gaming industry figured out exactly what it wants from esports – and vice versa?