Asia’s Growing Online Gaming Sector Shown at G2E Asia iGaming Pavilion
17 July 2008 (Macau) — At over 8,300 sq. m. of sold-out exhibition space showcasing 180 top-notch exhibitors and some 5,154 delegates, this year's G2E Asia 2008 event was over double the size from the previous year.
The Venetian Hotel was the impressive venue for this year’s event, which for the first time included an iGaming Pavilion allowing attendees to see and learn about the latest products, services and cutting-edge technologies in addition to creating an ideal networking circle for leading suppliers and Asian operators to do business.
Rob Dowling, Director of Pentasia commented:
"G2E Asia was a very well-organised and productive event for Pentasia. It provided a great mix of industry leaders and key decision makers from both the more established offline casino and rapidly growing online gaming markets in Asia. G2E Asia assisted Pentasia to strengthen its position as the market leading executive search company for the global gaming market."
The iGaming Pavilion featured a wide spectrum of Internet gaming products and services including live-dealer software, payment solutions, marketing companies, poker software, sportsbook software, jurisdictions, specialist fraud solutions, hosting companies, lawyers, affiliate programs, consumer publications, recruitment specialists, skill gaming companies, bingo software, casino software, mobile gaming and more.
The world-class Conference at G2E Asia 2008 also included a track on iGaming where industry experts provided a useful insight and proven strategies on the latest development of Internet gaming, issues and regulations facing this fast-growing industry in Asia.
Poised for continued significant growth, G2E Asia 2009 is set to see the iGaming Pavilion double in size. For more information about G2E Asia, please visit www.G2EAsia.com or contact Ian on 0207 9543 412 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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