Visitor registration for this year’s Macao Gaming Show (MGS) is now available online, say the organisers. The casino industry trade show and its accompanying conference the Macao Gaming Summit will be held from November 17 to 19 at the Venetian Macao.
Commenting on the outlook for the third annual edition of the event, Marina Wong, MGS general manager and event director, said: “We have the key support and backing of the Asian business community, a close working relationship with the Macau SAR government and there is a clear vision for how we need to drive our industry forward ‘for the world’.”
MGS is organised by the Macau Gaming Equipment Manufacturers Association, and co-organised by: the General Association of Administrators and Promoters for Macau Gaming Industry; Macau Junket Operators Association; Macau Jockey Club; Macauslot; and Macau (Yat Yuen) Canidrome Co.
MGS 2015 will have a floor area of more than 10,000 square metres (107,639 sq feet), with international and local exhibitors set to attend.
The exhibition will cover six gaming industry segments: gaming equipment and accessories; gaming promoters (junkets) and VIP clubs; casino fixtures and fittings; promotional services and memorabilia; food and beverages; and entertainment and performance.
Ms Wong added: “I am pleased to say that we are ahead of our targets and forecasts and the industry can look forward with confidence and enthusiasm to what is the only show that is truly representative of the Asian gaming industry.”
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