he event’s new venue in Manila has much more networking driven formats that respect the Asian way of doing business, and endorsement provided by AiG’s friends, collaborators and fans on the ground.
AiG attendees, including delegates, speakers, exhibitors and sponsors, spent three busy days learning and networking. First day break-out conference streams saw room filled with delegates from both Asia and rest of the world eager to learn about the Chinese market, while European track attracted top executives of Asia’s biggest operators who are exploring expansion opportunities outside Asia.
Day Two and Three of the event included strategic sessions by Asian iGaming pioneers, with insightful advice offered by top executives of AsianLogic, Samvo, SBObet, Orchid Sports, Asian Gaming Ventures, ToteDaddy, Silver Goose 8, PhilWeb, MegaSportsWorld and regulatory insights by lottery and commercial gaming experts from China and Taiwan. Structured networking between the sessions allowed for more interaction between delegates and speakers, giving everyone direct access to Asia’s leading experts, their knowledge and contacts.
With less formal networking and entertainment programme in the evenings of Day One and Day Two, attended by Manila’s vibrant and diverse iGaming community and promoted by AiG’s ambassadors on the ground, AiG 2010 proved its position as the primary destination for all iGaming professionals interested in the booming Asian market and reinforced Manila as the most welcoming venue for such industry gatherings.
“First Cagayan and CEZA are pleased with our participation as Host Sponsors of AiG 2010. We were able to touch base with a number of our licensees who referred new business contacts to us as well as having new potential clients come up and enquire about our jurisdiction. We applaud the great work that went into this congress and the ‘risk’ that Clarion Gaming took to bring this event to Manila and showcase both our jurisdiction and the Philippines,” said Freddie Reyes, Investor Relations, First Cagayan.
The organizers, Clarion Gaming, thrilled by the success of the event and in response to AiG 2010 delegates’ request, promise an even better experience in 2011 and are now working on finalising dates and creating even more interactive formats for AiG 2011.
In the meantime, the AiG website, www.aigcongress.com, offers interesting updates, extra content, videos, white papers, testimonials and event highlights.