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Looking beyond the Horizon is theme of 2014 Macao Gaming Summit

10 July 2014

MACAU -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- Asian Gaming: Looking beyond the Horizon is the theme of this year's Macao Gaming Summit, a three day gathering of commercial, academic and political influencers which is taking place as part of Novembers' Macao Gaming Show (MGS). Targeted at decision makers and industry professionals from all sectors of the off line/on line gaming industry, Macao Gaming Summit (18th – 20th November) will also cater for leading figures drawn from government and regulatory bodies, the banking, investment, legal and consulting sectors as well as research and education.

The Summit will include keynote sessions on the regulatory environment in Asia-Pacific, the future of gaming in Macao and beyond, opportunities in Asia-Pacific comprising industry updates on mature, emerging and future markets as well as best practices required in the region. The sessions dedicated to iGaming will focus on the latest developments, challenges, solutions and key opportunities as they impact consumers in Asia.

Ross Zhang, Event Operation Manager for MGS, said: "We know from our research undertaken after the first Macao event in 2013 how important the Summit was to visitors and the role that it plays complementing MGS. We have been working very closely with gaming leaders in Asia to create a comprehensive, integrated programme to equip visitors with in-depth knowledge and understanding of the key gaming issues that will be impacting the region both now and in the future. The Macao Gaming Summit is aimed at key decision makers and delivered by authorities in their respective fields. It is not to be missed by anyone who wants to learn more about the key gaming issues in Asia."

The costs of tickets are HKD 3,800/delegate and HKD 2,800 for a one-day pass. Discounts of 10% are being offered for bookings of three delegates or more. An Early Bird discount of 15% runs through to 30th September.

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