Pioneering companies across gaming sector invest in Asia with MGS

A further two leading international companies from across the gaming spectrum have signed up for the Macao Gaming Show (MGS) in November. Play’n GO and TCS John Huxley have booked their space at the exhibition each aiming to capitalize on the expo’s status as the ‘Gateway to Asia’.

Event Director and Show Organizer Marina Wong confirmed: “Macau prides itself on being in tune with the most cutting edge technology and new growth areas in gaming, so to have Two such innovative companies at this year’s show fits in with that philosophy. It’s testament to the show’s international appeal that it can draw from not just a wide geographical base, but also from such diverse sectors of the gaming industry.”

In the manufacturing sector, TCS John Huxley is the world’s leading live gaming solutions and services providers. It focuses on innovative technology, a series of unique products from TCS will be exhibited in the Macau Entertainment Expo show, including Gaming Floor Live platform, electronic table games, bonus / progressive systems, roulette, machines that sort chips and gaming tables accessories.

Play’n Go launched more than 10 years ago providing software and systems and the company is now a recognisable global player in the gaming sector, providing a wide selection of innovative and creative games on offer across a variety of genres. Play’n Go will be exhibiting their range of slot, scratch, table and bespoke games at the Venetian in November.

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