Asia Gaming Summit Arrives Just in Time This November in TaipeiPublished October 1, 2019 by Lee R
Asia Gaming Summit 2019 opportunities include key updates, unique networking, and a featured look at e-sports.
The key opportunity-filled Asia Gaming Summit is slated for November in Taiwan.
Asia Gaming Summit (AGS) will be returning for its 3rd edition from the 5th to 7th of November 2019 in Taipei, Taiwan at the W Taipei.
Tailored for company executives seeking to understand opportunities in Asia, the Summit will explore the latest regulatory updates; payment and technology innovations; and best practices for setting up offices and operations in Taiwan.
AGS offers attendees insights into the latest market trends from the region's leading gaming experts, with a full host of online and land-based operators, government officials, game providers, payment companies and more set to attend.
Industry leaders confirmed for presentation at the summit include Lin and Partners Managing Partner George Lin; 1710 Gaming Principal Consultant Christina Thankor-Rankin; Sportradar Asia MD Michael Maerz; Bitwork co-founder Bryan Wu; Join Law Managing Partner Calvin Yang.
An “exciting” range of in-depth industry round-tables; networking cocktail reception; poker tournament and other unique mixing functions will be spread over 8 hours of engaging networking breaks.
CO-located within AGS this year will be the intriguing Asia e-Sports forum, offering game developers, esports leagues, traditional sports leagues, broadcast distributors, brands and advertiser, technology companies, marketing agencies, gaming consultants, casino operators, and all other stakeholders techniques for monetizing the opportunities that the booming esports industry has to offer.
AGS comes at a unique time in Asia Gaming, with the state of gaming in the region thrown into uncertainty by a shut down in Cambodia implemented by the Cambodian government and rumored to be backed by China; while new POGO licenses have been suspended in the Philippines.
AGS is a real opportunity for regional stakeholders to determine the new path of development for gaming in the emerging Asia region, as a chance to stabilize new opportunities for growth in the still powerful emerging region that Asia represents.