The Australasian Gaming Expo (AGE) Seminars, hosted by Gaming Technologies Association in collaboration with Asia Gaming Brief kicks off today at 3 pm AEST.
Held on its own online event platform, the AGE is set to attract gaming venue operators and suppliers from around the region - all joining from the safety of their own homes and offices.
Held from Tuesday to Thursday, the digital seminar program has been designed and written by Asia Gaming Brief - providing the necessary knowledge and experience to get the industry through these difficult times.
“We’ve re-written the seminar program and revamped our speaker line-up in light of the current crisis,” said Felix Ng, events director at Asia Gaming Brief, and producer of the AGE Seminars.
“If your business has been impacted by the coronavirus crisis, for better or worse, this seminar will help your future planning.”
The first day of the conference will open with a panel discussion between three of Australia’s most prominent gaming analysts. Here, they’ll share their “crystal ball” into what’s likely to come about in our industry as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.
We also hear from a panel of Australian publicans - discussing how pub valuation has changed, and what pubs need to do to adapt to the new normal.
Finally, IMGL Masterclass brings us insight into how the crisis has impacted gaming regulation around the world - specifically how online sports betting has taken a center stage.
To see the full program for all three days of the seminar, or to register as an attendee, go to www.austgamingexpo.com. Registrations are subject to approval from the organizers.
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