The Australasian Gaming Expo (AGE), held 9-11 August, has increased its exhibitor line-up by 25 per cent.

“2015 was a sell-out year so we’ve increased capacity for 2016 to keep up with exhibitor demand,” said Ross Ferrar, CEO of the Gaming Technologies Association. 

“Our long term exhibitors wanted to showcase more products which required more floor space, but it has also allowed for more new exhibitors. Over 20 per cent of exhibitors at the 2016 Australasian Gaming Expo are new exhibitors, with new products and services to offer the industry”.

The event is again being held at the Sydney Exhibition Centre @ Glebe Island. This year the AGE will use all four halls of the venue, equalling 20,000 square metres – 4400 square metres more than in previous years.

Visitor registrations are open. Visitors can register to attend via the event website or through social media. Visitors attending the show will again have the opportunity to win a trip for two to the world’s largest Gaming Expo, G2E, held in Las Vegas in September. One trip will be drawn on each of day of the AGE. 

Visitors to the event can arrive by complementary ferry from Darling Harbour, complementary bus from Central Station and Pyrmont, or taxi or private car. More information about getting to the venue can be found on the event app or the event website. 

The AGE, now in its 27th consecutive year of operations, has also upgraded it’s visitor facilities with the latest technology. Visitors can now access all the information they need via the event app, which features an interactive event floor-plan and uses beacon technology to advise of entertainment, events and more throughout the venue. The app can be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play.

The AGE is a must attend event for the gaming and hospitality industry. With new equipment being showcased and so many new exhibitors, both domestic and international, visitors won't be disappointed.

The Shout Team

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