The organisers of Global Gaming Expo (G2E) Asia – a casino industry trade exhibition and conference – said on Wednesday that it had so far signed 30 exhibitors for a ‘New Product Gallery’ to be launched at the 2015 edition.
Products in the gallery will also be shown online via the official G2E Asia website, as part of a range of measures for this year’s event designed to introduce more interaction between exhibitors and visitors.
This year’s event – to be held from May 19 to May 21 at Cotai Expo at the Venetian Macao – will “include many new and exciting features, allowing both visitors and exhibitors to gain the latest information in the industry, giving them an extra competitive edge,” said Josephine Lee, senior vice president of show co-organiser Reed Exhibitions Greater China, in a statement accompanying the announcement.
The New Product Gallery will include a display from WDG Macau Ltd, the Macau unit of established casino industry brand Walker Digital Gaming. The latter is a specialist in technology for casino games and part of Walker Digital LLC. Another new exhibitor is Betradar, a United Kingdom-based service provider for sports bookmaking operations and a unit of Switzerland’s Sportradar AG.
There will also be displays in the New Product Gallery from large companies including Oracle Corp, a United States-based multinational computer technology corporation.
The 2015 edition will additionally feature software suppliers to the Asian online gaming market, including BBIN Technology and Malta-based Golden Bet Ltd.
Reed said in its show update that in 2014, G2E Asia drew “record-breaking” crowds with 8,233 visitors. It said they included more than 95 percent of Asia’s major casino and integrated resort operators, and 160 exhibiting companies from China and abroad.
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