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Macao Gaming Show opens today

Posted: 11/14/2013 12:50:52 PM
Rating:     60% (2 votes)

The Macao Gaming Show begins today at the Venetian Macao and runs until Saturday.

It is Macau’s first big home-grown gaming business show.

The organisers, the Macau Gaming Equipment Manufacturers Association, say its strength lies in its coverage of the whole gaming industry and its focus on Asian markets.

Many of the exhibitors are Macau companies, but they also include big international suppliers of gaming equipment such as Aristocrat Leisure Ltd, Bally Technologies Inc, International Game Technology Inc, Konami Gaming Inc and SHFL Entertainment Inc.

The exhibition will cover about 10,000 square metres.

The show will include a conference on gaming.


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