The three-day conference programme for G2E Asia 2014 includes close to 20 discussion panels and around 50 speakers. Are you struggling to decide which ones to attend? GGRAsia selects the three must-go conferences from this year’s programme.
1) Keynote address by Pansy Ho Chiu King
Where: Room Naples | When: Tuesday (May 20), 10.30am – 11.00am
Pansy Ho Chiu King (pictured), the co-chairperson and executive director of MGM China Holdings Ltd, will address the state of the gaming industry in Asia and more particularly in Macau
2) The Asian landscape: A regulatory and financial update
Where: Room Naples | When: Wednesday (May 21), 3.45pm-4.45pm
This discussion panel features Andrew Zarnett, managing director of Deutsche Bank Securities Inc, and the Asia editor for gaming intelligence provider GamblingCompliance Ltd, Martin Williams. The moderator is David Green, principal of Newpage Consulting Ltd. The trio will discuss how increased competition regionally may impact share prices of gaming stocks and how international best practices in regulation are being applied in Asia
3) Know the rules: State of iGaming regulation in Asia
Where: Room Naples | When: Thursday (May 22), 9.30pm-10.30pm
This year’s G2E Asia conference programme includes a full day dedicated to iGaming. The sector is still in its infancy in most of Asia but has been one of the biggest growth areas at G2E Asia. This panel will discuss how iGaming is regulated in Asia and what are the levels of compliance in the various jurisdictions. Speakers include Harmen Brenninkmeijer from Inspired Gaming Group Ltd, Dickinson Wright PLLC gaming attorney Robert W. Stocker and Roderick McAlpine, director at Norfolk Island Gaming Authority. The moderator is Luís de Mesquita Melo, partner at MdME Lawyers.
To see the full G2E Asia 2014 conference programme, click here.
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