Asia Prepare: Macao Gaming Show 2015 Coming SoonPublished October 29, 2015 by Arthur M
Macau is one the main gambling centres in the world, and the annual Macao Gaming Show takes place in the territory from 17th - 19th November 2015.
The Macao Gaming Show will be the focus of the gambling world in November, with representatives from suppliers, casinos, developers, and regulatory bodies all converging on the Venetian casino and resort complex from the 17th to the 19th. With 32 casinos in the area, Macau is the undisputed centre of the gaming world, and this will be among the top shows of the year.
Exhibitors From Across The Industry
Familiar names and more specialized operations will all be exhibiting at the show, with developers like Betsoft, Microgaming, Play n'Go, and Scientific Games all attending, while companies like the Institute for the Study of Commercial Gaming and BMM Testlabs will be of interest to many people. A full list of exhibitors is available on the Macao Gaming website, and there will be stands tailored for every need.
Running alongside is a gaming summit that will be looking at all aspects of the industry in Macau and beyond. There are a number of challenges to the business in south east Asia, with Chinese government initiatives such as the 'One Road One Belt' approach meaning new developments and investments are possible. The local lottery market, virtual sports, how to weather a potential downturn in the market and investments in gaming are just some of the topics that will be covered throughout the three days of the summit.
A packed schedule of speeches will be held across each day, with speakers from across the world. Major speakers include Kate O'Keefe from the Wall Street Journal, Mr Li Shu from the Lottery Research Centre of China, and Mr Zeng Zhonglu of the Macau Polytechnic Gaming Teaching and Research Centre.
Many other specialist speakers will be offering advice and taking questions at this major event that will be of interest to anyone involved in the gaming industry whether they are operating in the region or not.