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iGA 2013 is ready to dive into the Asian iGaming market

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iga-2013The iGaming conference circuit has finished its legs in London and Latin America and now, it’s turning its attention to Asia for iGaming Asia Congress, considered as the official conference and expo for all those involved in online and mobile betting, gambling and lotteries in Asia.

Since the Asian region is being touted as the next iGaming frontier, the iGaming Asia Congress is attended by seemingly everyone involved in whatever capacity in the iGaming industry. That’s no small feat considering the global nature of the industry.

This year, iGA 2013 is set to be hold from March 12-14, 2013 at the Grand Hyatt Macau in Estrada do istmo, Cotai, Macau.

So what should people expect during iGA 2013?

For starters, everybody has to be cognizant of the kind of the opportunity a conference like this presents. Gaining a comprehensive overview of the business strategies and the marketing initiatives of operators in the region is only the tip of the iceberg.

The iGA is made even more important for a company looking to enter the lucrative Asian market because these companies are exposed to the kind of culture of various Asian countries and how these operators can expand their products to new market while also understanding the regulations of each market.

The two-day conference also affords attendees to meet and network with some of the sharpest minds in the Asian iGaming industry. When somebody is presented an opportunity to meet developers and understand the revenue models of Asian social platforms, there’s no better place to do it than the iGaming Asia Industry 2013. and how to properly set up a business to accommodate all the variables of success in the region.

Attendees can meet and learn from the top brass of a multitude of iGaming companies, including CEOs, VPs, MDs, and senior directors. More importantly, these head honchos come from global and regional gaming, sports book operators, gaming regulators and authorities, software providers,  hosting companies, payment providers, and yes, even potential investors.

Suffice to say, anybody that has any speck of interest in entering the lucrative Asian iGaming market, attending the iGA 2013 is one of the first things these that need to get crossed off of their to-do list.

Whether you’re going there to learn about the market, understand the different jurisdictions, or even network with regional industry experts, iGA 2013 is waiting for you.

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