The flagship exhibitors of the 22nd AGE – Ainsworth Game Technology, Aristocrat Technologies, Aruze Gaming Australia, Bally Technologies, IGT (Australia), Konami Australia, ShuffleMaster Australasia and WMS Gaming Australia will collectively display over 700 new gaming machines across 8 exhibition stands as well as a host of new games, software and gaming systems.
With recent changes and ongoing challenges facing the Australian Hotel Industry, gaming floor differentiation and heightened business intelligence are of critical importance to individual venue success.
The host organisation Gaming Technologies Association’s Chief Executive Officer Ross Ferrar commented, "Executives seeking to access the latest gaming products and innovations will be excited to attend the AGE and enthused by the vast range of new products available and approved for all Australian jurisdictions".
Installation of leading-edge gaming machines, software and ancillary products such as signage, bases and gaming systems – the latest and greatest of which all will be on show – will ensure that Hotel’s remain a preferred entertainment destination for their patrons. Attending the AGE will offer these venues a true advantage with the ability to touch, experience and truly understand the latest products before they buy.
For Hoteliers travelling to the AGE the opportunity to maximise their time away from their venue is even greater this year with further industry events coinciding with the AGE Exhibition. The AHA National Awards for Excellence Dinner will be held on Sunday 21 August.
The Gaming, Racing & Wagering Australia Conference and the Australasian Gaming Expo Conference will both be held on on Monday 22 and Tuesday 23 August and more information on these events – including their content outlines for your comparison – can be found online at www.gamingdownunder.com or at www.austgamingexpo.com under ‘Registration’.
If you have not yet registered to attend the 22nd Australasian Gaming Expo visit www.austgamingexpo.com or call the Gaming Expo Help Line on 1300 724 030.
For further information contact:
Gaming Technologies Association
(02) 8216 0931