For the first time in four years, the MGS Entertainment Show—previously known as the Macao Gaming Show—will be held in person on November 14 and 15. The two-day exhibition with a one-day summit, themed “The Asian Pioneer Returns” will take place in a new venue at the recently built Galaxy International Convention Centre (GICC) in Galaxy Macau.
The Macau Gaming Equipment Manufacturers Association (MGEMA) is in charge of organizing the MGS Entertainment Show, which will take up around 4,000 square meters and draw in over 5,000 industry professionals from both domestic and foreign markets in addition to 80 exhibitors.
Not only will the exhibition be back, but in 2023 there will be an in-person MGS Summit that will bring together influential people from the Macau and Asian gaming sectors. The COVID-19 epidemic prevented the exhibition from taking place since November 2019, however, the MGS Summit resumed its in-person version in 2023 after running online-only events in 2021 and 2022.
The pandemic-affected online and hybrid trade event forms will expire in 2022 and 2023 with the in-person comeback of the MGS Entertainment event and other Asian gaming trade conferences. According to the MGEMA, the purpose of this year’s event is to investigate cutting-edge approaches for Macau’s technology, entertainment, and tourist sectors in order to support the area’s economic recovery and elevate its standing as a Global Hub for Travel and Leisure.
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