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Occupancy sensors, tracking technology, seeing strong growth

Technology to help monitor the occupancy inside a property, as well as facial recognition and ways of tracking clients, are among the fastest growing areas of technology at present, a participant in a G2E Asia online panel said.

G2E Asia gives up on 2020, focuses on 2021

G2E Asia said it was dropping plans to run any shows in Asia this year in favour of focusing on its events in 2021.

G2E Asia delayed until December

Amid growing speculation, the organizers of G2E Asia announced on Friday that the major gaming trade show in Macau would be delayed until December...

G2E Asia postponed until July 28-30

The organizers of G2E Asia have announced that this major event of the gaming industry has been postponed until July 28-30, when it will...

G2E Asia expands to Philippines

G2E Asia will expand its offerings in the Asia-Pacific region with the first-ever global edition of G2E Asia @ the Philippines from December 3-4,...

Jumbo catching market attention with fish game

Jumbo Technology said its fishing  game has seen a lot of success since its launch at G2E Asia last year, with two IRs going live this year and a couple of others also coming online.

Bay Area initiative tremendous opportunity for Macau, Ho says

SJM Holdings Chair and Executive Director Daisy Ho gave the opening address at the G2E Asia gaming show on Tuesday, predicting a bright future for Macau as an integral part of China’s Greater Bay Area plan.

Sega video games inspire new line of video slot machines

Sega Sammy Creation has announced that it will soon unveil a new series of video slot machines that draw their inspiration from internationally-known Sega video games.

Foreign ownership limits may hinder Japan returns

Japan is unlikely to allow foreign investors to own 100 percent of an IR, which may hinder potential returns and Tokyo's ability to achieve...

G2E Asia expects bumper year

G2E Asia kicks off in Macau on Tuesday, with organizers predicting a record-breaking turnout for the three-day event. The show is expected to attract more...

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