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Casino Calendar, August 2016

Casino Trade Show and Conferences

August 9-11: Australasian Gaming Expo (AGE) 2016, Sydney Exhibition Centre @ Glebe Island, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Produced by the Gaming Technologies Association. For more information, visit austgamingexpo.com.

September 26-29: Global Gaming Expo (G2E) 2016, Sands Expo Center, Las Vegas. Produced by the American Gaming Association and Reed Exhibitions. For more information, visit GlobalGamingExpo.com.

October 18-20: EiG – Excellence in iGaming 2016, Arena Berlin, Berlin, Germany. Produced by Clarion Events. For more information, visit eigexpo.com.

October 23-24: IMGL Autumn Conference 2016, Dublin, Ireland. Produced by the International Masters of Gaming Law. For more information, visit GamingLawMasters.com.

October 31-November 3: IAGR 2016 Conference, Sydney, Australia. Produced by the International Association of Gaming Regulators. For more information, visit IAGR.com.

November 7-9: Malta iGaming Seminar (MiGS) 2016, Hilton Malta. Produced by the Malta Gaming Authority. For more information, visit MaltaiGamingSeminar.com.

November 9-11: SAGSE Buenos Aires, Costa Salguero, Buenos Aires. Produced by Mongraphie. For more information, visit Monographie.com.

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