Only one more week remains until the second edition of the ASEAN Gaming Summit, which returns to Conrad Manila on March 20-22, 2018.
More than 300 delegates are expected to attend the three-day conference this year, which features multi-tracked sessions, masterclasses, and as always, loads of social events.
The first day features a keynote speech from Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation. PAGCOR Chair Madame Andrea D. Domingo, who will be providing an update on what has been a busy year in the Philippines. The first day morning will also see the property heads of the Entertainment City integrated resorts discuss future developments at their resorts.
The second day morning will see speakers dive into emerging technologies and digital disruptions - including blockchain technologies, new game design trends and much more.
After each day's plenary session, delegates will be able to choose from two tracks to best suit their needs - Strategy & Management, or Tech Trends & Convergence. As well as providing updates on key markets, the tracks will aim to look at the products and services that will shape and shake up the future of gaming.
On day three, the International Masters of Gaming Law will be holding a full-day masterclass - the first in Asia. There will also be two other masterclasses covering Digital Marketing and Online Security.
In regards to social events, ASEAN Gaming Summit introduces a new pre-conference “Golf Fun Day” held on 19 March - the day before the conference, as well as networking cocktail receptions, poker tournaments, and conference wrap parties across the three days.
The 2018 event will also feature an upgraded meeting space at the conference. With a Kiosk Meeting Area and Networking Bar, allowing companies to showcase their latest products and technologies in a casual environment. Delegates will also be able to make use of a dedicated networking app, allowing them to set up meetings with targeted companies ahead of the conference.
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