AGE 2018 offers more than just gaming
The 2018 Australasian Gaming Expo (AGE) is offering much more than just gaming, with a wide variety of exhibitors showing a full range of hospitality-related goods and services.
This year’s AGE is taking place in Sydney from August 14 to 16 and already has 85 per cent of the floor space sold.
Speaking about this year’s expo, event organisers said: “Already committed to this show are exhibitors in the following categories; audio visual and related entertainment systems, ATM equipment, building and construction services, cash handling equipment, music entertainment services, food and beverage suppliers, furniture suppliers, interior plant and landscape suppliers, flooring suppliers, guest paging systems and point of sale systems.
“Whether your venue requires a bespoke lighting solution or a hidden outdoor strip heating system, hospitality managers will be sure to find something.
“In addition to six new exhibitors, as always this year’s AGE has an international flavour with exhibitors confirmed from the USA, Canada, Taiwan, New Zealand and the British Virgin Islands.”
The Gaming Technologies Association (GTA), which runs AGE 2018, has also announced that Wymac Gaming Solutions has signed up as an Associate Member.
“Wymac Gaming Solutions is an increasingly influential industry participant and we welcome its expertise and knowledge to our Association” said GTA Chairman Adrian Halpenny. “Wymac will provide welcome input, particularly to GTA’s Technical Committee and to various important industry discussions.”