We asked some of our new exhibitors to tell us why they have chosen to participate in the 2017 MGS Entertainment Show. In keeping with this year’s theme of the Smart City, we spoke with three companies that are on the leading edge of interfacing users with technology.
Yunding Tech is a Taiwanese company selling LCD and back-lit displays. While Yunding exhibited in a shared stand at the Show last year, this is the first year they will be exhibiting under their own banner. Yunding reports that they were pleased with the exposure last year. “Thanks to our partner who invited us to join them, we discovered some amazing opportunities in the gaming industry,” Daniel Wu, Yunding’s Vice President, says. Yunding’s double-sided monitors and resizable LCD modules garnered much interest at last year’s show and Daniel expects to receive even more attention this year as they showcase their new models.
“MGS is a stage that gives us a chance to communicate face to face with our customers,” says Susie Kuo, Marketing Manager for Playstar, an Asia-based company. As Playstar looks to expand their online slot game market internationally, Susie says exhibiting at the MGS Entertainment Show is an important means of gaining customer feedback on product improvements and market trends.
Hong Kong-based Gold Label Technology produces hardware and software for automatic identification systems such as smartcard, barcode, and radio frequency identification. Ho Ka Lun for Gold Label, says they are exhibiting at this year’s Show because they want to expand their market in the gaming industry. “We have some solutions that are suitable for casinos and we have reserved a booth this year to promote them.”
As the MGS Entertainment Show strives toward promoting innovation, we are grateful for the support of these market-leading companies. Visit our website at www.mgsentertainmentshow.com to see how your company can participate this year.