Japan Gaming Congress

    May 10, 2018 9:00 am
    May 11, 2018 6:00 pm
    Conrad Tokyo, Japan
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    As Japan enters into a new era having legalised gaming, Clarion Gaming is delighted to be hosting it’s third edition of JgC in Tokyo onMay 10-11 2018 at the Conrad, Tokyo. With an estimated $40bn market at stake the potential to be one of the major players has all the global gaming groups vying for a position in the lucrative market. JgC is a two-day educational forum that will offer a clear, practical insight and understanding into the casino legislation in Japan. Now is the time to fully understand the potential complex nature of IR Casinos in one of the potential superpowers in Asia.

    Topics to be covered in the 2018 agenda include:

    • IR Non-Gaming Amenities: This will look into incorporating entertainment into IRs, how to facilitate an international market and taking a global perspective.
    • IR Economics: This will look into the opportunities for local businesses and communities, and the Economic impact on Japan vs the rest of Asia.
    • Innovating Tourism: This will look into selecting, financing and building in the right location, and supplier conversations.
    • IR – A Vision for the Future: This will look into new technologies, how to capitalise on the gaming culture, and payment systems as well as crypto currencies.

    Conrad Tokyo, Japan

    As Japan enters into a new era having legalised gaming, Clarion Gaming is delighted to be hosting it’s third edition of JgC in Tokyo onMay 10-11 2018 at the Conrad, Tokyo. With an estimated $40bn market at stake the potential to be one of the major players has all the global gaming groups vying for a position in the lucrative market. JgC is a two-day educational forum that will offer a clear, practical insight and understanding into the casino legislation in Japan. Now is the time to fully understand the potential complex nature of IR Casinos in one of the potential superpowers in Asia.

    Topics to be covered in the 2018 agenda include:

    • IR Non-Gaming Amenities: This will look into incorporating entertainment into IRs, how to facilitate an international market and taking a global perspective.
    • IR Economics: This will look into the opportunities for local businesses and communities, and the Economic impact on Japan vs the rest of Asia.
    • Innovating Tourism: This will look into selecting, financing and building in the right location, and supplier conversations.
    • IR – A Vision for the Future: This will look into new technologies, how to capitalise on the gaming culture, and payment systems as well as crypto currencies.