Organizers of the Australasian Gaming Expo has announced today a program of complimentary seminars that will be run over the course of the first two days of AGE 2017.
Covering topics as diverse as the future of Casinos in Asia, (where at least 15 new integrated resort casino developments are likely to open in the next 5 years) to a review of current and future trends for venues, there is something for every attendee.
One of the most significant seminars will be at 9am on Wednesday August 16, when financial commentator Michael Pascoe will chair a panel of Global CEOs from the gaming industry. Panellists include Danny Gladstone (CEO/Executive Director, Ainsworth Game Technology), Derik Mooberry (Group Chief Executive, Scientific Games), John Connelly (Global CEO, Interblock Gaming), Steve Sutherland (President/CEO, Konami Gaming Inc.), Trevor Croker (CEO & Managing Director, Aristocrat Technologies) and Walter Bugno (Chief Executive Officer, IGT International).
This panel of the world’s leading gaming equipment supplier executives is certain to provide important insights into the direction of the global gaming industry, and its influence on the future of the regional and domestic industry.
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