The emerging large-size casino projects in Macau and across Asia – including integrated resorts, hotels, casinos and shopping malls – are stimulating a huge demand for energy-efficient LED lighting applications, say the organisers of G2E Asia 2015.
They add that this year’s ‘LED Signage and Digital Display Pavilion’ will offer an unrivalled platform for suppliers to connect with industry decision makers and pre-qualified buyers with verified budgets.
The organisers say buyers include: casino operations directors; electrical engineering directors; casino and hotel vice presidents; casino and hotel project developers; purchasing directors; and heads of consulting firms.
The ‘LED Signage and Digital Display Pavilion’ will feature: commercial LED signage and digital displays; outdoor LED signage and digital displays; and LED management, design and technology.
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”I think [it depends]… on what the Chinese government wants. They do want more growth in non-gaming rather than gaming. So it doesn’t make that much sense to have more [casino] licences [in Macau]”
Chairman and CEO of Melco Resorts and Entertainment