Asia Gaming Summit Scheduled for November in Taiwan

Asia Gaming summit


Asia Gaming summit

The date has officially been set for the third annual Asia Gaming Summit, which gives companies to chance to find new business ventures in the continent.

This year’s event will be held on November 5-7, 2019  at the W Taipei in Taiwan.

Attendees are promised information about new trends in the market while gaining expert advice from the top dogs in the gaming industry throughout Asia.

Online and land-based operators, government officials and financial experts are all expected at the event to speak on how they have changed the gaming world in their areas.

Attending industry leaders include the managing partner of Lin & Partners, George Lin, whose firm focuses on banking, security, and issues that crop up within gaming law.

The managing director for Asia at Sportsradar Micheal Maerz will also be in attendance, alongside Christina Thankor-Rankin, who has 25 years of experience in the global betting and gaming industry.

Asia gaming expert Calvin Shueh will be paying a visit along with the APAC Cyber Risk Practice Leader at Kroll, Paul Jackson.

Other well-known gambling personalities set to attend include the cofounder of Bitwork Bryan Wu and the managing partner of Join Law, Calvin Yang.

Talks on regulations and compliance, business development, technology, and cybersecurity will be held throughout the event.

At a time when Caesars has given up on obtaining a gambling license in Japan, the Asian gambling market will be welcoming gambling executives from around the world to advertise the opportunities available to them.

Sponsors currently pinned down for the summit include Betrader, BetContruction, iGamingBusiness, Best Bitcoin Casino, and Inside Asian Gaming.

It is thought other sponsors are in the pipeline but they have not yet been officially named.

Last year, around 200 people attended the summit held at the W Taipei.

Industry leaders spoke on sports betting, esports, blockchain technology, cryptocurrency, cybersecurity, big data, lottery, and affiliate marketing.  It was opined to be a ‘great success’.

Asia is home to Marina Bay Sands, listed among our top ten casinos you should visit in your lifetime.

There is more on the calendar for gambling enthusiasts, as the Regional Gambling Summit edges ever closer.

The event will be held at the Sofitel in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, between September 10 and 11.

Co-chairmen of the Hong Kong Blockchain Association and the CEO of iGaming Asia will be in attendance ahead of the Asian summit. 

The Cambodian event aims to educate attendees on the latest gambling innovations and find investors to take up licenses there as well as in neighboring states Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, and Myanma.

163 licenses were issued in Cambodia, yet just 60 casinos and gaming establishments are currently running.

Experts at the Asia Gaming Expo held in Sihanoukville in June of this year have already named Cambodia as a new and upcoming regional gaming and gambling hub.

To find out more about each summit, visit their respective websites. The Asian Summit is still on the search for speakers and sponsors.

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