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October 26, 2021

Interactive presentations on standards will be conducted

GSA plans a wealth of activities during G2E

(US).- The tradeshow floor of the upcoming Global Gaming Expo will be flooded with products based on the Gaming Standards Association's award-winning G2S Protocol, and GSA has a wealth of activities planned to make G2E a total experience.

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ctivities include an interactive tradeshow booth, multiple speaking engagements, an introduction to GSA's Certified G2S Engineer Program, and the annual meeting headlined by Walker Digital's Jay Walker.

G2E takes place November 13-15 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, and from its booth number 3783, GSA will conduct interactive presentations on the very latest news on GSA’s standards as well as an interoperability demonstration focusing on the G2S protocol. Additionally, GSA will conduct demos on its S2S and GDS protocol standards.

GSA is also presenting three crucial panels at the G2E Institute on November 12: "SAS at Sunset," "The Importance of GSA Certification" and "Roadmap for Adoption/Preparing Your Floor for the World of the Future." Each panel will discuss the current state of certification and what operators need to do to begin preparing for the market's new products.

On November 14, GSA will hold its annual meeting that is open to the general public. Headlining the meeting is the keynote address by Jay Walker of Walker Digital The meeting takes place November 14 at 11 a.m. in the Las Vegas Convention Center; Room - N219.

Walker is one of America's best-known entrepreneurs. He has founded a number of successful startups that currently have more than 60 million customers. He is chairman of Walker Digital, a laboratory that invents entirely new ways for business to operate and serve consumers. In addition to being the lead inventor, Walker is responsible for developing Walker Digital's strategic relationships and long-term vision. He is one of a dozen or so living inventors worldwide to hold 200 patents in multiple fields. To date, he and his teams have invented more than 600 proprietary business systems.

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