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Win Systems exceeded expectations in G2E 2016

Malta, October 5th 2016. Win Systems, global technology supplier for the gaming and entertainment industry, exceeded expectations in G2E 2016.
 
 

Industry looks to Juegos Miami as dates and venue confirmed for 2017 event

The second edition of Juegos Miami will be held across 31 May to 2 June at the popular Miami Biltmore Hotel. Joint organisers, Clarion Events and Urban Expositions confirmed details of the 2017 edition following what they described as the 'overwhelming support' of stakeholders throughout the region.
 

Fantasy Sports Conference Kiev hosted by Slotegrator

 

Fantasy sport. Ukraine is a specialized platform that will gather all interested representatives of fantasy industry.

What they can expect to see at the conference? 

New people, Fantasy experts, Fantasy players, Fatasy platforms, Fantasy lines, Software providers, media experts, new opportunities for business

What is your connection with Fantasy Sports?

Juegos Miami 2016 Welcomes the World

Kate Chambers, Managing Director, Gaming Division, Clarion Events chats to Peter White

Asia Gaming Awards winners announced

The final winners in the Asia Gaming Awards were announced last night at a stunning Gala Dinner and Award Ceremony held at The Venetian Macao.

Global Gaming Expo Asia Sets New Records at its Tenth Edition in Macau

World-class speakers, powerful conference,extensive government engagement and diversenetworking activities amongst numerous highlights at Asia’s leading gaming industry event

Smashing ICE!

Andrew Behan interviews Jo Mayer, Marketing Director ICE Totally Gaming

Inaugural edition of the Asia Gaming Awards to honor the gaming industry

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. 

Global Gaming Expo 2015 Seminars review by Damien Connelly

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.’