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iGaming Asia Congress heading to Macau

Thursday, 02 March 2017 19:08

The iGaming Asia Congress 2017 will return to the Grand Hyatt Macau this month, representing a unique opportunity to gain detailed insight into the latest from the growing world of online gaming.

 

To run from 27 to 29 March, iGA 2017 will feature an array of expert presenters and panelists to provide macro and micro views of Asia’s online betting scene, supplemented with the latest insights and intelligence on business opportunities, market analysis, state-of-the-art technology and marketing solutions for Asia’s booming online gaming market.

 

Among the speakers confirmed for this year’s Congress are:

 

 Charlie Choi – Chairman, Macau Gaming Information Association

 Leo Sa – Deputy Manager, International eSports Federation

 Nicholas Aaron Khoo – President, Singapore Cybersports Online Gaming Association

 Tony Tong – Pacific Ventures Limited

 Leonhard Weese – President, Bitcoin Association of Hong Kong

 Roland Landers – CEO, All India Gaming Federation

 Professor Augustine Ha Ton Vinh – Chairman, Stellar Management Corporation

 Kevin Li – CEO, Inteplay

 Myles Blasonato – Creative Director, Royal Wins

 Michael Charlton – General Manager, China Ladbrokes

 

The wide range of topics to be discussed in detail this year include the rising trend of online sports betting, eSports, understanding the customer, online casinos and innovations and technology. The summit will also offer a one day Master Class that will discuss how to start an online gaming business, including the iGaming business model, mathematics of the game and the business plan.

  

As a special offer, readers of Inside Asian Gaming are eligible to receive a 10% discount to attend the iGaming Asia Congress 2017. Visit igamingasiacongress.com and quote the code BU951AG to receive the discount. You can also email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call +852 2219 0111.

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