Conference FAQs

What is FSGA's Elevator Pitch?

The FSGA Elevator Pitch contest is for up-and-coming fantasy businesses that would like the chance to pitch their innovative ideas to a crowd of industry leaders at the FSGA conference. Visit the Elevator Pitch Information page for more details: thefsga.org/fsga-elevator-pitch-winners/

What is FSGA's conference registration cancellation policy?

The registration fee is due at the time of registration. Refunds will only be granted if requested via email to mfiez@thefsga.org and in accordance with the following: (1) On or before 2 weeks prior to the conference start date, the registration fee will be refunded less a 25% cancellation fee. (2) Within 2 weeks of the conference start date, there will be no refunds. Up until the first day of the conference, the participant may transfer their registration to someone else, without penalty.

How do I become a conference speaker or presenter?

The FSGA accepts proposals from the industry for panels and keynote speakers to present during our conferences and webinars throughout the year. To be considered for a speaking opportunity please contact Amy Motyka at amotyka@thefsga.org

Is there an option to attend the conference virtually?

Yes, FSGA is introducing a new virtual attendance option to include live streaming of general sessions and interactive online networking events.

What health & safety precautions are being taken at the meeting?

By registering to attend, all attendees agree to adhere by our specific code of conduct & duty of care. Precautions on-site implemented by FSGA include: mask requirement, social distancing, daily temperature check, health screening questionnaire, signage reminders and hand sanitizer stations.

Is FSGA mandating proof of COVID vaccination for attendance?

FSGA is not requiring COVID-19 vaccination to attend.

What safety policies and procedures are in place at the Omni Frisco?

Visit https://www.omnihotels.com/omni-safe-and-clean to learn more about safety measures being taken at Omni Hotels nationwide or check out the Omni Safe & Clean Standards.

Stay a part of safety
• Stay home when you’re sick, utilize respiratory etiquette when coughing, and maintain hand hygiene by washing frequently
• Use personal protective equipment when out in public
• Maintain safe social distancing of at least six feet in public areas. Follow all distancing guidance placed in public areas of the hotel.

Please note: the Omni Frisco follows local guidelines and has removed the mask requirement for guests of the hotel. Associates still wear PPE while interacting with guests. Guest room elevator capacity is suggested at four guests. The on-site hotel restaurant, pool and fitness center are operating at 100% capacity, and the hotel bar is open with no restrictions.

What is the closest airport to the Omni Frisco Hotel?

Omni Frisco Hotel is located near the following airports:
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is 22 miles from the hotel (approximately 25 minutes).
Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL) is 23 miles from the hotel (approximately 25 minutes).

What safety policies and procedures are in place at DFW, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport?

Federal law requires all customers and employees wear masks over their nose and mouth while on DFW Airport property, including any facilities or vehicles on Airport property. The requirement applies to anyone age 2 and older or anyone without a medical condition that prevents them from wearing a mask safely. Click here for more information.

What safety policies and procedures are in place at DAL, Dallas Love Field Airport?

Federal law requires all employees, travelers and visitors to Dallas Love Field wear face masks or face coverings while in the terminal, on airport property and on commercial aircraft in accordance with health orders from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Click here for more information.

What is the current level of COVID-19 community spread in Frisco, Texas?

Please visit this dashboard for the active COVID-19 case count in Collin County, Texas.

Are there any government regulations related to COVID-19 in Frisco, Texas?

No, on March 2, 2021 Texas Governor Greg Abbott issued Executive Order 34, which lifts the mask mandate in Texas and increases business and facility capacities to 100 percent effective March 10, 2021.

Effective March 10
• All businesses, facilities can open at 100-percent capacity.
• Masks are no longer state-mandated.

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