The 10th annual version of the G2E trade show will host 180 exhibitors through Thursday at Macau’s Venetian.
A variety of industry leaders and experts will host seminars on global market developments, the role of non-gaming activities across gaming’s changing landscape and opportunities for integrated resorts.
About 12,000 visitors are expected to attend the various events and exhibits associated with G2E. About 5,000 of them were pre-registered from all the casinos in Asia, according to a spokesman for Reed Exhibitions.
G2E Asia will host its first “Gaming Regulators Networking Luncheon. There are expected to be about 30 regulators joining the luncheon their goal being to discuss the possibilities for cooperation that will benefit the future development of Asia’s gaming industry.
One of the expected highlights will be the inaugural Asia Gaming Awards recognizing operators, regulators and outstanding industry suppliers.
Phil Hevener has been writing about the Nevada gaming business for more than 30 years. Email: