The 2022 Australasian Gaming Expo (AGE) has closed its doors after a successful three days at the ICC Sydney, which saw more than 7300 delegates participating over the three days.

The 31st AGE, described as the cornerstone event for the gaming industry’s suppliers and buyers was opened by Jinesh Patel, CEO of the Gaming Technologies Association, and featured a large exhibition floor and a data-driven seminar program.

“We’d like to extend a huge thank you and congratulations to everyone who made AGE 2022 another stand-out event,” Patel said. “We’re thrilled with the quality of visitors, the enthusiasm of the exhibitors and the professionalism of our venue host, ICC Sydney.”

The two-day seminar program, included industry discussions relating to cashless gaming, staffing, marketing, and more.

“We were delighted to see our seminar programs, featuring industry experts, draw large audiences across the three days,” Patel said.

With over 220 exhibitors from all industry sectors, the exhibition floor was the usual hub of activity featuring trade and technical demonstrations. Exhibitor, Tempus Two took home ‘Best Stand’ award at this year’s event, while Industric took out the new ‘Steve Cowan Memorial Award’, presented to a new exhibitor for innovation and participation in the industry.

Three lucky AGE visitors from The Fraternity Club, Taren Point Bowling Club, and Algester Sports Club won a free trip to Las Vegas to visit the Global Gaming Expo, G2E.

Patel added: “AGE strives to deliver a bigger and better show year on year for all our stakeholders. With a core focus on technology and the sustainability of the gaming industry, we believe 2022 has delivered maximum value and a satisfying experience for visitors, exhibitors and sponsors.”

The date has also been set for next year’s event which will take place 15-17 August 2023 and stay tuned for more details about the 32nd Australasian Gaming Expo.

Andy Young

Andy joined Intermedia as Editor of The Shout in 2015, writing news on a daily basis and also writing features for National Liquor News. Now Managing Editor of both The Shout and Bars and Clubs.

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