The World Game Protection Conference (WGPC) examines areas where casino operations may be vulnerable to threats. Presenters and participants raise awareness, share ideas and discuss practices for reducing risk and protecting profits. The WGPC is open to casino managers, surveillance employees and regulatory bodies. If you’re responsible for observing, detecting, investigating, reporting or acting on undesirable activity in a casino, the WGPC is the event not to miss.
THE WGPC 2020 PLAYLIST
Four Pillars of Surveillance
How to Set Up a Game Protection Defense System
What Are Common Ways Players Try to Beat Casinos
Casino Hot Spots for Theft and Fraud
Scam Update: What’s Been Happening?
Top 20 Significant Casino Scams of This Century
Card Counting – Are You Wasting Your Time?
Playing the Hand You’ve Been Dealt
Recording Audio on Table Games – Sounds Good!
How Surveillance Can Help Table Games
Are Traditional Surveillance Practices Outdated? (discussion)
Surveillance Collaboration: It Not Only Makes Sense, It Makes Dollars
Security and Compliance: Protecting Your Brand
How A.I. is Used In Sports Betting
Taking the Gamble Out of Your Casino Promotion
How Facial Recognition is Being Used to Deter Problem Gamblers
Facial Recognition is Helping Detect Money Laundering
Using Cameras and A.I. Software to Combat Internal Theft
Preparing for a Casino World with Artificial Intelligence (discussion)
Who’s Watching Slots?
Everything You Need to Know About Slot Machines
Slot Machines are Vulnerable – So What’s the Fix? (discussion)