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With the broad Smart City theme of this year’s MGS Entertainment Show, a huge variety of exhibitors are signing up to showcase their products and services at The Venetian Macao this November. While the show will, as always, focus on the gaming industry, what makes the MGS Entertainment Show different from other tradeshows is its reach outside the casino to products and services with applications straddling diverse sectors in gaming jurisdictions.
Cutting-edge technologies such as cloud computing services will be highlighted at this year’s show. Macau-based Laxino Systems Limited will showcase their concepts for extending the gaming experience to gaming company websites and peer-to-peer platforms, enhancing customer experience and extending marketing tools for integrated resorts. Other exhibiting companies are focused on security and identification technology such as the new facial recognition checks incorporated into Macau’s ATMs, which the government now mandates as part of its Know-Your-Customer requirements to protect against money laundering. HIKVISION will promote its facial recognition hardware and software, which can be used for customer verification as well as security surveillance.
Smart technologies such as these will drive the economy of the next decades, and the MGS Entertainment Show is positioning itself to be an important player as the industry transforms.
With 9-square-meter shell booths starting at HK$ 25,000 (HK$ 15,000 for MGEMA members), exhibiting at the MGS Entertainment Show is an affordable and effective way of staying connected within the evolving market in and around gaming.
Visit our website at www.mgsentertainmentshow.com for information about attending or exhibiting at the 2017 MGS Entertainment Show.