Interactive Gaming Asia the gateway to a growing market
Many European online gambling suppliers will be setting up shop today (Tuesday March 17) at the Grand Hyatt resort in Macau as the annual iGaming Asia expo and conference opens, once again giving access to a rapidly growing market.
Live dealer provider Ezugi will be among them, and has promised the launch of a brand new game, along with other products, especially in the mobile line. A spokesman said Monday that the company has big plans for the Asian market and has already opened an office in Hong Kong.
Comtrade Gaming, which provides sports betting, live dealer and online casino turnkey platforms in Europe, is also exhibiting at the show, having identified Asia as a major growth point and an area for expansion.
Indian technology and games provider Grid Logic has an intriguing new product to show in the form of nine variants of its 13 Card Rummy Game, along with the more widely known artificial intelligence equipped Taj Rummy, and will be using iGaming Asia to build new relations and strengthen existing contacts.
Online lottery software provider Lottotech plans to use iGaming Asia as a springboard for the Asian introduction of its new cross-platform solution, which allows people to chase the biggest and most exciting jackpots around the globe from any computer or mobile device.
Silver Goose 8, a Philippines-based Asian network operator offering sportsbetting, live dealer, poker, binary trading, keno and casino action under the SG brand will again be attending to introduce new clients from Japan and China, along with the company's new HTML 5 mobile products.
Industry veteran Mahjong Logic will also again be present in an attempt to develop new clients, and is a major sponsor for the conference.
Many of the major software companies in the industry have also travelled to Macau for the big event, which is organised by the Beacon organisation, including Microgaming, SB Tech, BetSoft and RealTime Gaming.
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