ASEAN Gaming Summit held its third edition of the conference in Manila on 19-21 March 2019 in Manila.
The event was billed as the most successful edition to date, with more than 420 attendees registered over the three-day conference.
Felix Ng, conference director of the ASEAN Gaming Summit said: “We’re really humbled by the amount of industry support and positive feedback from this year’s conference. Our attendees have been very impressed with our speaker line up this year, and our new format for the conference has proven very popular.”
Held at the Conrad Manila, the three-day event was headlined by industry heavyweights including Jay Walker, Chairman of Walker Digital, Earle Hall, CEO of AXESnetwork, Hon. Gus Tambunting, Representative for 2nd District of Parañaque City, Secretary Raul Lambino of CEZA, and Atty. Alfredo Lim, President of PAGCOR.
“Just wanted to congratulate you on bringing together a great event in Manila. The feedback I received was really positive across all fronts, great speakers, well organized with really good networking opportunities through the after day functions,” wrote Shaun McCamley, managing partner, EuroPacificAsia Consulting.
Of course, the show was not possible without the help of our generous sponsors, which include: EBET, Aristocrat, Asia Live Tech, Betradar, Scientific Games, Walker Digital Table Systems, and many more.
“I love this show because the quality of people coming to visit us at the stand is so high. We might get only 20 leads instead of 100 at bigger shows, but they are all high quality and the return on investment is so much better!” said Erwin Dickman, of Asia Live Tech.
Rosalind Wade, Co-founder and Managing Director of Asia Gaming Brief, remarked: “I am beyond impressed with what our team was able to deliver this year, yet again proving that we are second to none in the region for quality content and events. The team’s hard work, dedication and attention to detail was evident in the feedback we received for the show on the number and quality of attendees, the conference sessions, and the superlative networking. Hats off, AGB team!”
The team at Asia Gaming Brief is already hard at work at our next event – the Asia Gaming Tree Reunion Dinner, held during G2E Asia week, on May 22, 2019.
Stay tuned for updates on what’s happening next, and a soon-to-be-released post event report for ASEAN Gaming Summit.
ASEAN Gaming Summit 2020 will be held again in Manila in March 2020.