Good Morning. The first full day of the ASEAN Gaming Summit kicks off in earnest on Tuesday, with a full day of panels and presentations from senior industry leaders from around the region. For those who can’t be there in person, we’ll be live streaming the event. To watch, please click here. We have a special wrap-up of our exhibitors at the Shangri-La at the Fort. Be sure to visit their booths.
What you need to know
- The ASEAN 2022 Gaming Summit kicks off in earnest in Manila on Tuesday after a two-year hiatus due to the Covid pandemic.
- Crown Resorts will begin gaming operations in Sydney under a provisional license on August 8th, more than 18 months after the Barangaroo resort opened.
- Udenna Corp said it has settled a payment related to Clark Global City in the Philippines and that the issue did not technically constitute a default.
- Macau’s casino operators are expected to report near zero revenue for July as Covid restrictions drag, with August likely to be down 89% from 2019: Bernstein.
On the radar
- APE launches white paper at ASEAN on marketing the metaverse.
- Okada team seeks dismissal of kidnapping, coercion lawsuit.
Alongside the conference program at the ASEAN Gaming Sumit in Manila, there is also and a sponsor’s lounge with 11 gaming companies present to answer questions and give an overview of their products. The conference begins in earnest today, Tuesday, 26th July after a pre-conference session featuring two in-depth workshops. Here’s a round-up of the companies exhibiting and an outline of some of their recent activities. For those who can’t be there in person, we’ll be live streaming the event.
- Comtrade Gaming announces a new iCore deal with Stanleybet.