The 2016 edition of the Australasian Gaming Expo (AGE) takes place at the Sydney Exhibition Centre on August 9-11, featuring many of the world’s leading OEMs and suppliers.
AGE is the biggest event of its type in Australia, and this year more than 200 exhibitors will showcase their latest product and solutions across 17,000sq.m of space, including Ainsworth Game Technology, Aristocrat Technologies Australia, Aruze Gaming Australia, BMM Testlabs, Crane Payment Innovations (CPI), GLI Australia, IGT, JCM Global, Konami Australia, Nanoptix, Scientific Games and SuzoHapp.
“Visitors have long acknowledged that the world’s best and latest gaming and hospitality equipment is on show at the expo for gaming and hospitality executives, from around the region,” said the show’s organiser, the Gaming Technologies Association (GTA).
“Following on from last year’s AGE where we saw a 16.5 per cent increase in visitors over the previous year’s expo, there are a number of improvements being introduced this year. These include greater use of the Glebe Island site resulting in a nine per cent increase in floor space, the installation of a visitor’s lounge that takes advantage of the panoramic views of the harbour and an exhibitor’s sales area which will preview the expo for 2017.”
Fully serviced exhibition facilities including a range of cafe facilities will be provided for delegates to AGE 2016. Complimentary ferry services will operate from Darling Harbour and complimentary shuttle buses will operate from Central Station during the event.
Entry to AGE 2016 is complimentary to gaming industry executives.