For the last four years the MGS Entertainment Show has positioned itself as the place to do business in the Asia Pacific region and with an influx of leading companies from across the gaming and non-gaming sectors, this year’s show is no exception.
A diverse selection of innovative companies from across Asia and Oceania have signed up for MGS in November. Exhibitors already signed up hail from China, Japan, Australia, Singapore, the Philippines, Malaysia and many more, with each organisation aiming to capitalize on the expo’s status as the ‘Gateway to Asia’, driving their business into the international market and showcasing the inventive business opportunities across the Asia Pacific.
Event Director and Show Organizer, Elf Hui, confirmed: “MGS is the place where the key decision makers in Asian gaming and entertainment come to meet and this is evident by our highest ever number of Asia Pacific countries represented on our showfloor. With the new focus of Macau and the Chinese Government on economic diversity, the burgeoning gaming markets across Asian regions, and a number of potential new markets on the horizon, there’s never been a better time to business in Asia and nobody knows the Asian market better than MGS.”
Some of Asia Pacific companies exhibiting at this year’s MGS include: leading card manufacturers, Angel Playing Cards, and global entertainment company, Aruze Gaming, from Japan; pioneering gaming providers, Aristocrat Gaming and Konami alongside civil engineers Neumann Group Limited, from Australia; English speaking news media, Game Time International, and global gaming machine supplier, iBASE Gaming Inc., from Taiwan; worldwide supplier of security devices, Mega Fortris, and leading electronic gaming manufacturers, RGB, from Malaysia; and gaming machine providers, Weike, from Singapore.
More information: mgsentertainmentshow.com