Macao Gaming Show (MGS) has signed several new exhibitors from the iGaming industry for its 2014 edition.
They are: BetConstruct; BetSoft; Gameplay Interactive; and Golden-Race.
BetConstruct, launched in 2003, and based in London, in the U.K., is a developer and provider of services for online and land-based sports betting.
“iGaming is a key focus for this year’s show,” said Ross Zhang, MGS event operation manager.
BetSoft is a specialist in online 3-D video slot games, with a library of more than 150 titles.
Gameplay Interactive provides online gaming products for casino-type games, lottery games, sports betting and peer-to-peer games such as poker and mah-jong.
Malta-based Golden-Race, founded in 2006, is a specialist in virtual sports games including dog racing and soccer for traditional betting shops, online operators and remote betting terminals.
Returning to MGS this year is the U.K.’s Inspired Gaming Group Ltd, which offers technology for land-based casinos and for virtual sports betting, including sports betting products for China Sports Lottery.
Inspired Gaming on October 23 announced it had signed a multi-year contract to provide virtual games to the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp for its retail betting locations in the Philippines.
The Official iGaming Networking Party at Macao Gaming Show will be held on Tuesday, 18 November. It will be hosted by gaming news specialist Asia Gaming Brief and the Sports Betting Community.
Andrew McCarron, managing director at Sports Betting Community said: “We’re very excited about teaming up with MGS for what should prove to be a great night.”
Macao Gaming Show and its accompanying conference, the Macao Gaming Summit, run from November 18 to November 20 inclusive, at CotaiExpo, the Venetian Macao.
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