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Asia Entertainment & Investment Expo and Conference (AGE Cambodia 2018) scheduled on 28-30 November 2018, held in Sokha Phnom Penh Hotel, which is located in the heart of the industry.

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Asia Entertainment & Investment Expo and Conference (AGE Cambodia 2018) scheduled on 28-30 November 2018, held in Sokha Phnom Penh Hotel, which is located in the heart of the industry.

About the event

Asia Entertainment & Investment Expo and Conference 2018 intends to accelerate the growth of Cambodia’s four major industries and contribute to the country’s sustainable economic development. The event aims to upscale and mainstream the applications of Property, Hotel, Franchise & Retails and Gaming & Entertainment. It will showcase innovations and enrich deliberations by providing the industry with an international exhibition and conference platform.

Conference on “Realizing opportunities and gearing gaming market for future” will include five renowned speakers.

Speakers:

• Chris Wang - Solutions Engineer. Cloudflare
Topic: Modern Trends in DDoS and How to Protect your Internet Applications against it
• Warren English - CEO AES Signatum
Topic: How Blockchain will impact the world beyond Cryto Currency ?
• Lusine Khudaverdyan - Regional Director. BetConstruct Manila office
Topic - Transforming land based casinos into online gaming hubs
• Professor Augustine Ha Ton VINH - Chairman & CEO.
Stellar Management Corp
Topic: From Underground Gambling to Gaming Entertainment
• Darrell Smith - Vice President of Sales and MKTG. Smartplay International
Topic: How lottery machines are being used inside casinos
• Keynote speaker addressed by the Ministry of Finance.

Many internationally renowned VIPs will be present during the first day of the opening ceremony of the expo and second day of the conference. The event is supported by the Ministry of Eonomy and Finance and Ministry of Commerce

The event will accommodate some key international exhibitors. These include:

• AES Signatum,
• eBET,
• Cloudflare,
• SticPay,
• GreyPanel,
• Smart Loto
• Others are from China, Philippines, Cambodia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Taiwan, UK and US.

The sponsors include:
• The Platinum Sponsor : AES Signatum
• Lanyard and Badge Sponsor: BetConstruct

Finally the long waited Asia Entertainment & Investment Expo and Conference (AGE Cambodia 2018) scheduled on 28-30 November 2018, held in Sokha Phnom Penh Hotel which is located in the heart of the industry. The trade expo is expected to close more than USD50 million in sales transactions during the three-day events.

The admission for the expo is free of charge till the 23rd November, after that onsite registration will be available for USD20. As for the conference, the pre-registration is only USD150 including lunch and coffee break, and onsite registration will be USD200.

This event is held on annual basis to ensure Gaming, Hotel, Property and Franchises industry here would be regularly updated on the latest technological advancement through major international exhibition which features world class exhibitors.

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