Two weeks left until Macau After Dark

Macau After Dark industry networking event takes place 10th May

There are just two weeks remaining until the second instalment of Inside Asian Gaming’s must-attend industry networking social event, Macau After Dark (MAD), to be held on Friday 10 May 2019 at Kidult Club on the Macau peninsula.

Kidult is one of Macau’s hidden gem nightlife spots. Combining several party elements, it’s where Macau’s new generation of young trendsetters hang out.


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Kidult, covering an expansive 8,000 square feet, boasts a variety of standout features including a giant screen measuring 6.5 meters wide by 1.5 meters high, three karaoke rooms, an eSports center, electronic darts, electronic beer pong and more. With so many entertainment options on offer it is the perfect venue for MAD 2.

MAD is a quarterly series of industry networking social events held in Asia’s gaming hub of Macau. Each MAD brings together key industry decision-makers with the people they want to meet in a relaxed and friendly environment. A new venue is chosen for each event.

Attendees of MAD must work for an operator (land-based or online), a supplier to an operator, a VIP promoter or be connected to the industry in some way. All attendees supply their business cards upon entrance. There is also a select VIP list for each event.

Kidult will be a relaxed yet trendy venue for MAD guests to let their hair down while enjoying free flow wine and beer plus snacks and networking with industry peers.

A number of sponsorship opportunities are available for MAD, including Showcase Sponsor, which comes with the opportunity for a very brief presentation of a new product or service to the industry. To find out more about any of the sponsorship packages on offer, please contact Jadeson Ho on +853 2875 2959 or at

About Inside Asian Gaming

Inside Asian Gaming is Asia’s premier B2B digital and print industry publication for the leisure and gaming sector. Founded in 2005, IAG has a broad business editorial focus on the Asian gaming and integrated resort industry. It is widely distributed to industry executives throughout Macau and the rest of Asia in two formats: a monthly digital and print magazine and a daily e-newsletter titled IAG Breakfast Briefing, delivered at 8am Macau time each weekday. IAG also publishes special magazine editions for G2E Asia each May.

In January 2019, Inside Asian Gaming launched IAG Japan to cover the burgeoning Integrated Resort industry in Japan. IAG Japan publishes in two formats: a monthly Japanese and English fully bilingual digital magazine and a Japanese language daily e-newsletter titled IAG Daily Briefing, which is sent at midday Tokyo time each weekday.

Since 2008 IAG has been renowned for publishing “The Asian Gaming Power 50”. Anxiously awaited each year, The Asian Gaming Power 50 is an annual ranking of the 50 most influential and prominent Asian gaming industry leaders and executives. The Asian Gaming Power 50 is celebrated each November with a glamorous Black Tie Gala Dinner in a Macau Integrated Resort ballroom.

IAG produces Macau After Dark (MAD), a quarterly series of casual industry networking social events held in Macau which brings together key industry decision-makers.

IAG is the lead media partner for G2E Asia, Asia’s largest gaming and entertainment trade show. We also publish G2E Asia Daily, the daily newspaper of G2E Asia, and co-organize the G2E Asia Awards with Reed Exhibitions.

IAG has produced a range of industry conferences and seminars such as the Cambodia International Gaming Conference on behalf of the Ministry of Economy and Finance and the Ministry of Interior of the Kingdom of Cambodia, sessions for the G2E Asia conference and the Macao Gaming Show conference, and the highly acclaimed “Strategy and Leadership for Personal and Business Success” seminar series.

IAG Consulting is IAG’s consulting business unit, which offers consulting and revenue support services for businesses exploring or operating in the Asian gaming and Integrated Resort industry.

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