GRWA returning in August 2017

Gaming, Racing & Wagering Australia (GRWA) will return on 14-16 August 2017 after a successful showing in 2016.

This year brings the GRWA into its 8th edition. It is one Australia's most comprehensive conference covering issues for the gaming, wagering, racing and sports sector down under.

The Summit will be held at the Novotel Darling Harbour, just across the street from the newly renovated venue of Australia Gaming Expo, the International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney).

A number of events occurred in the past year which has impacted the industry. To get the latest updates on what is happening and what will happen, delegates are invited to attend in August to network and gain insights from the leading land based gaming operators, marketing experts, sports betting operators, sports & racing bodies and key legislators from state and federal governments.

This year, the Summit introduces two in-depth workshops where delegates will learn about how to diversify their operations through eSports and Mobile Gaming in order to acquire, maintain and engage new and existing customers.

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