The event takes place from 1 – 3 March 2011 at the Grand Hyatt hotel in the gambling industry hotbed of Macau.
As the iGaming market in Asia continues to evolve at an amazing rate, the conference with give attendees the chance to learn more about this sector, and network with those that matter in the region. Obviously, there’s a whole lot of entertainment to go with it as well.
CalvinAyre.com will be providing visitors to the tablog with daily video updates of what’s been going on in the gambling enclave, who’s been saying what, and of course then there are the parties. We’ll be at these, most probably with our trusty camera and handing out one special award for the person that’s on the floor by the end of the night.
Last year’s event attracted over 200 industry executives from as many as 26 different countries around the world and it’s likely to be more of the same this year.
Like most events of this class, there will be a number of keynote presentations from those who matter. As well as this, there will be a number of round tables featuring executives from this most-lucrative of geographical regions.
The expo will look at three areas in particular over the two days that it’s taking place. Day one will be split in two, with the morning focusing on regulation and competition in the region, before the afternoon gives attendees jurisdictional updates from around Asia. Meanwhile day two is completely focused on the key topic of convergence between the land-based and online sectors.
A number of speakers have already been confirmed including Dennis Valdes, CEO of China Universal Kinglott Technology, Dr Guojing Su, and CEO of Future Gaming Solutions, Mr Kapil Khanna amongst others.
The final night sees the official iGA party, at the Playboy Club Sands Macau, where you can celebrate a productive two days with the industry DAF award.