On May 18, Jay Chun, chairman of Paradise Entertainment and the Macau Gaming Equipment Manufacturers Association (MGEMA), officially announced the six-month countdown to the 2016 edition of the Macau Gaming Show (MGS).
Taking place at the Conrad Hotel in Sands Cotai Central, the reception brought together around 100 gaming industry representatives, including Paulo Martins Chan, director of Macau’s Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ).
Organised by MGEMA, and now in its fourth year, MGS has positioned itself as a key platform for gaming in Macau and the wider Asia region. The 2015 edition attracted a record 168 exhibitors across 12,000sq.m of stand space.
“Over the last three years, MGEMA has made considerable progress in representing the interests of the major forces in Asian business,” said Chun. “Part of this success is due to our relationship with the Macau government, which has extended a series of grants and support programmes to aid our development.”
MGS 2016 takes place at the Venetian Macau on November 15-17.