Asia Gaming Summit set for November in Taiwan

Asia Gaming Summit set for November in Taiwan

Asia Gaming Summit set for November in TaiwanIf you are a company executive looking for new markets and business opportunities in Asia, then the Asia Gaming Summit may be the place for you. Recently it was announced that the event will be held from November 5-7, 2019 in Taiwan.

This will give attendees the opportunity to hear about the latest trends in the market, as well as gain insights from leading gaming experts from across the continent. Also expected to be in attendance are online and land-based operators, government officials, those who have created solutions to improve systems, and payment companies.

The name of industry leaders attending is an impressive one. This includes George Lin, the managing partner at Lin & Partners, a firm that specializes in banking, securities, and gaming law issues. Also in attendance will be Christina Thankor-Rankin, who has worked for over 25 years in the global betting and gaming industries, and Michael Maerz, who is the managing director for Asia at Sportsradar.

The Asia Gaming Summit will also include a number of well-known personalities within the industry who will be speaking during the event. This will include Bryan Wu, the cofounder of Bitwork, Calvin Yang, the managing partner at Join Law, and Thakor-Rankin.

Currently, the site only lists two sponsors of the event: betrader and BetContruction. It is expected that there will be a number in the hundreds by the time of the event. Many sponsors may already be on board for the event but are not listed on the website.

For those who can’t wait until November, the Regional Gaming Summit will be held in Cambodia on September 10-11. This event will be held at the Sofitel in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Several prominent figures within the gaming and IT world will be attending this event, including the cochairman of the Hong Kong Blockchain Association and the CEO of iGaming Asia. This event will give attendees an opportunity to learn about the newest innovations, and will also open the door for Cambodia and its neighboring countries to seize on the opportunity to find potential investors to support their own gaming industries.

Currently, there are over 60 different casino and gambling establishments in Cambodia. While that is a significant number, it means that less than half of the total number of gambling licenses that have been issued (163) are currently being used.

Those looking to find more information on either event are encouraged to visit the respective websites. For those who would like to speak at these events or become sponsors, information is provided on the sites as well.

Check out the Asia Gaming Summit website for more information on their upcoming event.