Calvin Ayre Sponsors Beacon Events iGaming Asia Congress

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iGaming Asia9 February 2010 – Gaming industry leader Calvin Ayre is pleased to announce the sponsorship of Beacon Events iGaming Asia Congress taking place from 23-25 February 2010. As the global and community leader for online gaming in Asia, the iGaming Asia Congress will feature a record number of Asian case studies, better networking and exciting new interactive program features, making this event the ultimate gaming event for the region.

The iGaming Asia Congress will be held at the Grand Hyatt at City of Dreams in Macau. The unprecedented event will feature a total view of the gaming market in the region with guest speakers from Australia, Japan, India, China, Philippines, Cambodia, Macau, Singapore, Thailand and Hong Kong.

Industry lifestyle, news and tablog will also be providing pre and post event coverage including highlights and interviews on the unique Asian Gaming Market.

Among the long list of highlights:

  • Guests will get exclusive international perspectives on how Asia fits into the global strategy from the Bodog Network, GTECH G2, Harrah’s Interactive Entertainment, Orbis and PKR.
  • Learn how to exploit casual gaming and social networks in the region, hybrid gambling in Chinese online games, and how to manage virtual goods from C Y Foundation Group, Gamevision and Softbank China and India Holdings.
  • Guests will also have a unique opportunity to meet market and legal experts from each jurisdiction in intimate round- table sessions to obtain inside information on what can and can’t be done in the markets, while allowing for opportunities to meet like-minded business partners and potential clients.

For those unable to attend, you can follow along with updates from the conference at Conference organizers have provided an official conference Twitter Hash Tag for up-to date official Conference buzz and info = @AsianGaming. Check out’s Conference Directory for all iGaming conference listings and Twitter Tags.


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