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G2E Asia opens its doors to the iGaming industry on May 20

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G2E Asia Unveils Conference Lineup Featuring Renowned Pansy Ho as Keynote SpeakerThe Global Gaming Expo Asia (G2E Asia) is widely considered the premier Asian trade event and the largest regional sourcing platform for global gaming and entertainment products.

The conference didn’t earn this distinction overnight. In fact, it took years for the Global Gaming Expo to turn G2E Asia into the premier meeting place where, as its tagline says, “the industry comes together to conduct real business.”

This year, G2E Asia returns to its usual stomping grounds in Macau from May 20-22 at the Venetian Macao. The three-day event will feature the usual cavalcade of talks from some of the brightest industry experts in the world providing the most comprehensive gaming education in Asia.

G2E Asia 2014 will focus on iGaming, Business Solutions, Lighting and Security & Surveillance. That’s the beauty of this conference: it may be considered a regional industry conference, but it’s effects pretty much cover the global iGaming landscape.

G2E Asia also welcomes the biggest and most promising services suppliers, giving them the time and space to showcase their new products, meet qualified buyers and establish new contacts.

But the real highlight of G2E Asia is the iGaming Congress, an intensive one-day program that will take place on May 22. A wide range of topics will be covered, including the State of iGaming Regulation in Asia; the synergy between land-based and online gaming; future directions for online betting and casino in Asia; and the potential of Bitcoin and other virtual currencies.

If your schedules are free from May 20 to 22, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t be in Macau to attend G2E Asia. Everybody that has a stake in the Asian iGaming industry will be there. So should you.

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