Thursday, August 18, 2022

Australasian Gaming Expo a finalist in Awards for Excellence

The Gaming Technologies Association (GTA) is delighted that the 2019 Australasian Gaming Expo (AGE) is a finalist in the Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia’s (EEAA) 2019 Awards for Excellence.

The EEAA is the peak industry Association representing Organisers, Venues and Suppliers within the exhibition and event sectors, and the Awards celebrate those doing outstanding work in this area.

Nominated in the ‘Best Association Event’ category, the AGE is one of 2 finalists in this category.

The chair of the judging panel, Australian events industry leader John Trevillian AM, said that the judges had gone through a rigorous process in order to determine the finalists.

“Each category was separately assessed by three independent judges, and it has been an extremely competitive process. The high standard of entries and the submission requirements such as auditing, research, and references, enabled the panel to validate the merit of the finalists,” said Mr. Trevillian.

Chief Executive Officer of the GTA, Chris Muir said being recognized as a finalist in the Awards was a tribute to all involved in Australasian Gaming Expo. Mr. Muir said “As our 30th show, 2019 was already a year of celebration for the AGE. So many people work so hard to get the AGE to such a high standard, and being a finalist in EEAA awards is a recognition of all their hard work and talent.”

AGE is the ‘must-attend’ event for suppliers and buyers in the hotel, club and casino industry. It is the place to see both domestic and international products and services, network, attend thought-provoking seminars, and develop new business partners. 

The finalists will join the EEAA community for the awards celebration at the Myer Mural Hall in Melbourne on 4 December.

Next year’s AGE will be held at ICC Sydney from 11 to 13 August 2020. 

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