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Delegate numbers grew by 7% over 2017

Australasian Gaming Expo 2018 was the most visited AGE to date

Australasian Gaming Expo 2018 was the most visited AGE to date
With exhibitors from all sectors of the industry, the show floor was bustling with trade and technical demos from the moment AGE launched.
Australia | 09/04/2018

The 2018 Australasian Gaming Expo (AGE) was once again featured quality exhibitors, enthusiastic visitors and a cutting-edge venue. Organizers said the event—which took place on August 14-16 at the International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney— exceeded expectations.

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GE 2018 set the scene for industry discussions relating to technology, regulation, marketing and more during its 3-day seminar program. Seminar delegates heard from both local and international industry experts, and panelists discussed some of the hot topics and trends in the industry. 

With exhibitors from all sectors of the industry, the show floor was bustling with trade and technical demos from the moment AGE launched. Delegate numbers grew by 7% over 2017 making 2018 the most visited AGE to date.

Visitor comments on attending this year’s AGE included:

"Great opportunity to network with suppliers and find out about what's going on in the industry"

"Excellent event for industry networking and reviewing gaming products and innovations. A must do for all gaming executives"

"Great opportunity to keep on top of market trends and suppliers"

"It's a one-stop shop!"

"Very informative, entertaining and great place to network"

Established in 1990, Australasian Gaming Expo (AGE) features well over 230 exhibitors, welcoming more than 6,700 buyers across 19,000m2 of exhibition space, AGE is the biggest event of its type in Australia

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