Is this your first time attending the D.I.C.E. Summit or need a quick refresher? Check out some helpful tips below:
This year, tickets for the Opening Night Party and D.I.C.E. Awards will be sent digitally. Please check your email for more details starting Tuesday, Feb. 13th.
Limited Capacity / Time Sensitive Events
Note that some of our conference events have limited capacity. Make sure to register soon to join in on these fun events including go-karting, golf, poker, Magic: the Gathering, and Dungeons & Dragons.
Roundtables are available to attend on a first come, first served basis and repeat twice, so if you miss the first session, you have a second chance to attend your favorite table.
Workshops will have sign ups available in early 2024 via an email update to all registrants. Miss the sign-up window? There will be a standby waitlist available on a first come, first served basis directly outside the workshop room.
Our speed networking event, D.I.C.E. Direct, will be available to attend on a first come, first served basis. There will be two one-hour sessions to choose from.
Our official app will release a few weeks before the D.I.C.E. Summit starts. We will directly email all attendees with information on how to access the app.
The app will include information on all of our programming, the schedule, social media links, and important announcements throughout the conference.
In addition, the app has a directory of our attendees, so you can browse, favorite, and check out contact information. Please note the app does not provide in-app messaging or export attendee lists.
Best Places to Network
First, make sure to have your D.I.C.E. pass with you at all times to easily access all of the conference and networking areas.
One place to help meet new attendees is D.I.C.E. Direct, our speed networking event, where we pair each participant with another attendee to meet individually in short, rapid-fire sessions for one hour. We recommend you bring business cards or a link/QR code ready with your information to share (examples: www.qr-code-generator.com/qr-codes-on/business-cards). Don't forget that you can use our D.I.C.E. app as well to find all of our attendees and save their information to contact later!
Another great place to meet attendees is at roundtables. These are discussion sessions where you get to engage in a particular topic with a roundtable leader/moderator with nine other attendees. Make sure to look over our programming line-up at least a couple weeks before the conference to find your top three favorite sessions and arrive at the roundtables at least five minutes before the start time. As mentioned above, these tables are seated on a first come, first served basis. If your favorite table is full, don't worry! The same sessions will repeat for a second back-to-back session, so you have another chance to grab the table of your choice.
Make sure to come early to the pre-awards reception to mingle with guests and nominees, grab drinks + food, and take pictures around the stage!
Before the ceremony begins, make sure your seating area on your D.I.C.E. Awards ticket. Nominees and special guests will have reserved table numbers near the front of the ballroom. General attendees will have a ‘GA’ designation where you can sit anywhere without a reserved table stand number. Please note, these unreserved seats are available on a first come, first served basis.
Once the D.I.C.E. Awards ceremony is over, head over to Aria’s Jewel Nightclub for our after-party to celebrate with all the nominees and winners.
Where to Eat
D.I.C.E. Summit attendance includes breakfast and lunch as well as breaktime snacks throughout the day. Food and drink are also provided at networking events.
Need to find a spot to grab a quick bite around the vicinity? Check out these food options around the Aria and Park MGM hotels ranging from food court to fine dining restaurants:
We recommend business casual for most of our conference events such as our talks, roundtable sessions, and D.I.C.E. Direct.
For our D.I.C.E. Awards show, black tie is recommended.
For any events outside our conference venues, such as golf or go-karting, we recommend wearing comfortable, layered attire as Las Vegas can be fairly chilly and windy in February.
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