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iGaming Asia Congress coming to Macau

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city of dreams macauThe attention of the iGaming industry will be well and truly fixed on the Far East come March as the region’s leading expo for our industry takes to the floor in the world ‘s largest gambling industry location.

iGaming Asia Congress 2012 touches down at the Grand Hyatt, City of Dreams, Macau from 6-8 March in what promises to be its most impressive year yet.

The first two months may have been the European iGaming industry’s time to shine. Now Asia steps up to the plate to hit them outta the park. This year’s conference can boast it’s the only forum for online gambling, sports betting, and lotteries to flourish in what is the global gaming industry’s largest location. How does it help those that decide a trip to the Chinese enclave is in order though?

Conference organizers, Beacon Events, have it covered by laying on a heavyweight list of speakers in addition to a number of new features for attendees from all parts of the world. For firms not currently operating in the Asian market they focus on the challenges faced by companies looking to enter the sector and how it’s best to embark on this. Asian companies will get a crash course on how Western providers can help them expand their operations into the EU. In addition, there are panels on a number of different subjects and updates on markets from the relevant regulators.

The round tables are a fixture at this year’s conference and will cover a number of territories in the region. China, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, South East Asia, USA, Macau and India will all get coverage. iGaming Asia Congress is like every other in that it has networking drinks on the opening nights before the iGA Party brings the curtain down on proceedings at the Hard Rock Café on the final night.

To register for the event simply visit this link and put yourself down for either a one or two day pass.

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