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Reed Exhibitions

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Norwalk, Connecticut-based Reed Exhibitions is one of the world’s largest trade show companies, with more than 500 events around the world in 43 industry sectors. The busiest week for Reed can include more than 25 live events across the globe, all created and delivered by Reed’s innovative and creative teams.

For the gaming industry, Reed Exhibitions organizes the Global Gaming Expo (G2E), where the gaming community comes together—the largest gathering of global, commercial and tribal gaming professionals in North America, all meeting at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas.

Attendees can take advantage of new educational content that’s fast-paced and actionable, and experience firsthand the new products and innovative technologies showcased on the expo floor. G2E has everything you need for a casino floor and across an entire gaming operation—from traditional casino fare to sports betting, non-gaming amenities and digital products. G2E is where business growth is accelerated. For more information, visit

The next Global Gaming Expo will take place at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas, October 5-8, 2020 (October 5-8: Education; October 6-8: Expo Hall). G2E Asia returns to the Venetian Macao May 19-21, 2020.

For attendee and exhibitor information on G2E or G2E Asia, contact Event Director Korbi Carrison, at 203-840-5977 or email

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