Australasian Gaming Expo Coming Up Soon

Published Sunday, July 14, 2013 - Online-Casinos.com
Australasian Gaming Expo Coming Up Soon

Once again one of the most unique Trade Exhibition will be held at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Darling Harbour. It’s a, ‘do-not-miss-event’ for anyone interested in the latest gaming equipment. It will be held this year on August 13th until the 15th.

It is one of the biggest events featuring more than 180 exhibitors across 15,000 square metres of exhibition space. The Australasian Gaming Expo is considered the biggest event of its type in Australia and easily one of the world’s biggest. A popular affair, visitors acknowledge that they expect to see some of the world’s top gaming and hospitality equipment. On show for the 3-day event are gaming products for gaming and hospitality executives, from around the region.

Last year there were many comments on this Gaming Exposition such as, “The best event to stay in touch with the newest technologies/products available,” and, “This Year’s expo was way ahead of the last few years...Quality and presentation was excellent,” and, “It gives us an opportunity to make quality purchasing decision,” and also, an encouraging development, “In 3 days we met more decision makers and achieved more, than with 3 months of work.”

The Gaming Technologies Association, Event owner and operator likes to add to the fun by offering a trip for 2 to Las Vegas for Visitors at each day of the Expo, and 3 of last year’s group of visitors were happy to enjoy visiting Las Vegas, courtesy of the Gaming Expo. Also, courtesy of the Gaming Technologies Association, Entry is complimentary to gaming industry executives.

It is a fine time to be in Australia and a key time for anyone in the gaming industry for responsible gambling initiatives. Most of the important big names in the industry will be on site to show off their wares. As well, many exhibitors use significant creative panache in order to demonstrate some of the latest products.

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