The main organiser of Macao Gaming Show (MGS) says November’s event will be bigger than last year’s.
As of July 1, 95 percent of last year’s exhibitors have rebooked, according to Macau Gaming Equipment Manufacturers Association (MGEMA). Companies new to MGS are currently being offered stand options for the 2014 event.
“The proportion of returning exhibitors is a very accurate measure of success and I’m delighted to have some very important companies on the floor plan. The MGS slogan ‘By Asia for the World’ could not be more appropriate,” said Marina Wong Yuen Ming (pictured) general manager and event director for MGS.
This year’s show is from November 18-20, 2014 at the Venetian Macao’s CotaiExpo.
Confirmed exhibitors include: IGT Asia Macau Lda; Aristocrat (Macau) Lda; Aruze Gaming Macau Lda; Ainsworth Game Technology Ltd; TCS John Huxley Ltd; LT Game Ltd; BMM Testlabs, AstroCorp; FutureLogic Inc; Angel Playing Cards Co Ltd; Inspired Gaming Group Ltd; JCM Global; Matsui Asia Co Ltd; and MEI Group Inc.
Macao Gaming Show 2014 will have a floor area of more than 10,000 square metres (107,639 sq feet). The event will cover six gaming industry segments: gaming equipment and accessories; gaming promoters (i.e. junkets) and VIP clubs; casino fixtures and fittings; promotional services and memorabilia; food and beverage, and entertainment and performance services.
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