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Macao Gaming Show 2015 Kicking Off Next WeekPublished November 11, 2015 by Arthur M
The long-awaited Macao Gaming Show is finally here, with exhibitors and speakers from around the world attending one of the biggest events of the year.
Between 17th and 19th November, Macau will be the centre of attention as the Gaming Show comes to town. Organised by the Macau Gaming Equipment Manufacturers Association, and co-organised by the Macau Jockey Club among others, this will be a major event, with over 10,000 square metres of floor space, numerous exhibitors, seminars and speakers in attendance.
The intention of the show is to bring together people from across the whole spectrum of gaming in the region and beyond, to shape the future of the industry for many years to come.
All aspects of the gaming business across Asia will be featured, with owners and operators of both online and land based sites all catered for. Gaming equipment manufacturers and developers will have stands, with other categories of casino fixtures and fittings, gaming promoters, hospitality services and IT and support services all presenting.
The latest slots, table games, shuffling machines and hybrid machines will all be found for buyers to examine, with a special emphasis on the unique demands of the Asian market.
Seminars and Speakers
Running in parallel with the exhibition is the Summit, where the challenges and opportunities facing the local gaming business will be debated. The Chinese governments' One Belt, One Road initiative will be a particular focus, and the Macao Gaming Show is one of the first to be held since this approach to gaming was revealed.
Speakers include Shen Nan, Project Director of the Chinese Cultural Heritage Protection Foundation, David Rittvo, Executive VP for The Innovation Group and Bill Bryson, Senior Associate at Global Market Advisors.
There will be plenty of opportunities to network among visitors, speakers and exhibitors alike at this important event. Macau is the home of gaming in Asia, with more casinos than Las Vegas, and almost half of the worlds' population within five hours flight time.
The Gaming Show is being held at the Venetian Casino and Hotel in Macau.