Australasian Gaming Expo to wow visitors

The Gaming Technologies Association, owner and operator of the Australasian Gaming Expo (AGE) advised today that the event build starts this week.

Scheduled for 15-17 August 2017 at the ICC Sydney at Darling Harbour, AGE 2017 is already the largest and most anticipated in the event’s 28 year history.

“This week we start building the event” said Ross Ferrar, the Association’s CEO.

“After five years of planning, it’s a pleasure and a challenge to be back at Darling Harbour – a pleasure because ICC Sydney is a great venue, and a challenge because we’re building many more stands than ever before. No effort has been spared to make sure that visitors will be dazzled and entertained by the event and its exhibitors. With digital showbags, cutting-edge signage, an ‘ask me’ event team and many other new features, we’re making sure that visitors experience much more than they ever have before.”

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