Asia Gaming Summit set to take place this November in Taiwan
Asia Gaming Summit (AGS) returns for its 3rd edition on 5-7 November 2019 in Taipei, Taiwan. It is the right event for company executive who is looking for new markets and business opportunities in Asia.
The Summit will explore the latest regulatory updates, innovation in payment and technology, as well as best practices in setting up operations and office in Taiwan. AGS will give its attendees the opportunity to hear about the latest trends in the market and to gain insights from leading gaming experts from the region. Delegate can meet with online and land-based operators, government officials, game providers, payment companies and more.
Gathering of gaming industry leaders
Key industry leaders have confirmed their attendance for the Summit. They include
- George Lin, Managing Partner of Lin & Partners
- Christina Thankor-Rankin, Principal Consultant of 1710 Gaming
- Michael Maerz, Managing Director for Asia of Sportradar
- Bryan Wu, Co-founder of Bitwork
- Calvin Yang, Managing Partner of Join Law
Speaker full list is available on official website.
Besides quality speakers and content, AGS also offers an exciting range of networking functions and opportunities. It includes in-depth industry round-tables, networking cocktail reception, poker tournament and other functions with over 8 hours of networking breaks in 3 days.
Overview of the online gaming landscape
The online gaming industry in Asia has been in a state of uncertainty over the past few months, and not without good reason. The regulated online gambling industry has been shut down by the Cambodian government and Prime Minister, Hun Sen, announced recently to ban all new online gambling licenses in the country. Furthermore, new POGO licenses have been suspended in the Philippines. These recent developments have contributed to the uncertainty of Asia’s online gambling.
Regional stakeholders are trying to understand how the industry will develop from here and are looking for a more stable environment with opportunities for growth.
To learn more about the regulatory landscape and opportunities that the Taiwanese gaming industry has to offer, visit the Asia Gaming Summit website: taiwan.asiagamingsummit.com
The next SiGMA – World’s iGaming Village show is taking place in Malta between 27th and 29th November 2019. Visit our website to reserve Delegate and Affiliate Passes. You can also choose Sponsorship and Exhibitor opportunities.