The three-day Australasian Gaming Expo will open on August 11, featuring more than 180 exhibitors across 15,600 square metres (168,000 sq. feet) of exhibition space, event owner and operator the Gaming Technologies Association said in a press release.
“All indications are that the exhibition will again be full to capacity with a wide range of companies showcasing the world’s best gaming and related equipment and services,” it added.
Members of the Gaming Technology Association “will be in full force” at the Australasian Gaming Expo, said the event organiser.
The association’s primary members include Ainsworth Game Technology, Aristocrat Technologies, Aruze Gaming Australia Pty Ltd, Bally Australia Pty Ltd, IGT (Australia) Pty Ltd, Konami Australia Pty Lt and WMS Gaming Australia Pty Ltd.
This year’s show is from August 11-13, 2015 at the Sydney Exhibition Centre at Glebe Island.
Last year’s Australasian Gaming Expo (pictured) saw a number of changes resulting from the move to the temporary location at Glebe Island, “all of which have been favourably received,” said the Gaming Technologies Association.
“Interstate visitors were particularly pleased with the free ferry travel from Darling Harbour to Glebe Island, affording them a spectacular Sydney Harbour cruise,” the trade group added.
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