Aussie gaming show ticks all the boxes

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The 31st Australasian Gaming Expo closed its doors on Thursday last week having attracted 7,300 delegates over the three days.

The show, the largest gaming event in the region was considered a major success for its organiser, the Gaming Technologies Association.

Its CEO, Jinesh Patel provided a welcome address to the first day’s initial arrivals. He said: “We’d like to extend a huge thank you and congratulations to everyone who made AGE 2022 another stand-out event. We are thrilled with the quality of visitors, the enthusiasm of the exhibitors and the professionalism of our venue host, ICC Sydney.”

With over 220 exhibitors from all industry sectors, the show floor was bustling with trade and technical demos. Exhibitor Tempus Two took home the coveted shell scheme Best Stand Award at this year’s event, and Industric took out the new Steve Cowan Memorial Award, presented to a new exhibitor for innovation and participation in the industry.

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During its two-day seminar programme, AGE set the scene for industry discussions relating to cashless gaming, staffing, marketing, and more.

“We were delighted to see our seminar programmes, featuring industry experts, draw large audiences across the three days,” Patel said.

AGE’s Road to Recovery Networking Lunch presented the hot topics surrounding the industry at present and provided a productive discussion among the panelists. Moderated by Michelle Pascoe, the audience heard from Trevor Croker, CEO of Aristocrat, the Hon. Craig Laundy, of the Laundy Group and Mark Condi CEO of the Bankstown Sports Club.

Three lucky AGE visitors won a free trip to Las Vegas to visit the Global Gaming Expo. The winners came from The Fraternity Club, Taren Point Bowling Club, and Algester Sports Club.

“AGE strives to deliver a bigger and better show year on year for all our stakeholders. With a core focus on technology and the sustainability of the gaming industry, we believe 2022 has delivered maximum value and a satisfying experience for visitors, exhibitors and sponsors,” Patel concluded.

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Next year’s show will be held August 15-17, again at the Sydney International Convention Center.

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