World-class speakers, powerful conference,extensive government engagement and diversenetworking activities amongst numerous highlights at Asia’s leading gaming industry event
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Andrew Behan interviews Jo Mayer, Marketing Director ICE Totally Gaming
Companies will be judged in 10 categories spanning the land based and online spheres, with an additional category recognizing the achievements of up and coming leaders in the Asian gaming industry.
We don’t know what’s out there,” stated A.G. Burnett, Chairman of the Nevada Gaming Control Board, during one of the G2E seminars I attended. “Some of the meetings I’ve had over the last couple of years (have been) with some really interesting people and companies who have really interesting ideas…we’ve unfortunately told them: ‘Great idea. Really cool gizmo or product. You just can’t do it in Nevada.’
The awards cover a variety of categories with several companies nominated in each one of them
In October, Clarion Events, which owns and organises a suite of world class gaming events including EiG, GiGse and ICE, together with partners, Urban Expositions, organisers of NIGA, announced the launch of Juegos Miami, a totally new event concept for the Pan-Latin American and Caribbean gaming industry
Angel Iribozov CEO BEGE Expo chats to Peter White ahead of this year’s Balkan Entertainment & Gaming Expo
Visitor figures for ICE 2015, which closed last week (Thursday 5th February) have for the first time broken the 25,000 mark.
London set the scene for the most recent European Casino Association General Assembly and the election for the new ECA Board
to take the lead of the Association.
“This year’s visitor attendance has been remarkable – which was both reassuring for exhibitors and an endorsement of the approach taken by AEG Ogden to the task of operating the venue and the New South Wales Government’s provision of additional visitor transport options”, commented Gaming Technologies Association (GTA) CEO Ross Ferrar.