The gaming industry is gathered at G2E Asia

2017 G2E Asia aims at surpassing last year’s achievements.

The international gaming industry has landed in Macau to experience the optimistic G2E Asia event.

Macau.- Today begins the international gaming event Global Gaming Expo (G2E) Asia 2017 in the Venetian Macau, one of the most expected shows to set the upcoming business’ targets for the gaming markets across the world. As organisers revealed last week, 2017’s edition of G2E Asia aims at becoming a record-breaking event.

Major casino brands such as Alfastreet, FBM, Gamesman, Novomatic, have landed in Macau to discuss the future of the industry. From May 16-17, over 12,000 visitors, including 1,000 top international buyers from 90 countries and regions, will be experiencing the latest innovations and proposals to develop profitable business models with especial focused on Asian markets.

International gaming companies have always been interested in the local industry, but the legalisation of casino sector in Japan and the economic recovery of Macau have risen opportunities to develop excellent businesses. G2E Asia 2017 has also added 180 exhibition stands, where participants will learn about land-based sector. Furthermore, over 70 companies will demonstrate innovative online gaming solutions – 45 percent are new to the event.

One of the most expected features of this year’s edition of the event is the inauguration of Product Hot Hits. The Hot Hits chart is generated by compiling the number of exhibitor products whose QR Codes are scanned by visitors, using the G2E Asia app. The top 10 most-scanned products make the “Product Hot Hits” board.  With a glance at the boards dotted around the show floor, visitors will get updates at an instant.

G2E Asia will also offer exclusive conferences and networking activities to improve the relationships among the biggest representatives of the industry.