ollowing her appearance at the iGaming North America conference in Las Vegas this week, Senyard will head to the GiGse Totally Gaming event, where 700 online gaming professionals will convene to discuss the state of the US industry and its future. In San Francisco, the chief executive and a team that includes Communications Manager Alana Levine, Business Development Executive Sarah Robertson and General Counsel Neil Schnurbach will be providing demonstrations of Income Access’ acquisition-tracking software and discussing the company’s turnkey digital marketing services at Booth #19.
In addition to exhibiting, Senyard, whose company launched a Social Gaming Network in 2013, will participate in a panel discussion entitled ‘Social Casino as Part of Your Player Engagement and Retention Strategy’ at 4:45 p.m. on 20 April. She will also be one of the thought leaders taking part in the Open Space debate on ‘Convergence in Games & Marketing: Driving Players between Channels in Real-Money, Social & Free-to-Play Gaming’ at 1:30 p.m. on 22 April, the final day of the conference.
In addition to their appearance at the GiGse event itself, Senyard and the Income Access team will also appear at the inaugural eGR North America Awards, which will take place in The Bentley Reserve Banking Hall at 6:30 p.m. on 20 April following the first full day of the main conference. Income Access has been short-listed for the ‘Acquisition & Retention Partner’ award category, while a number of the company’s partners are in the running in a range of categories.
“We’re thrilled to return once again to the North American iGaming industry’s biggest conference, and I’m also looking forward to giving my insights on social gaming and the role It can play in the US,” said Nicky Senyard, founder and CEO of Income Access. “GiGse is always an incredible place to share ideas about how the American market has evolved over the last year and discuss where it’s heading.”