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Casino Calendar, May 2016

Casino Trade Show and Conferences

Casino Calendar, May 2016

May 3-5: Southern Gaming Summit/BingoWorld, Mississippi Coast Coliseum and Convention Center, Biloxi. Produced by BNP Media. For more information, visit SGSummit.com.

May 17-19: G2E Asia, The Venetian Macao. Produced by the American Gaming Association and Reed Exhibitions. For more information, visit G2EAsia.com.

May 31-June 3: Juegos Miami, The Biltmore, Coral Gables, Miami, Florida. Produced by Urban Expositions and Clarion Events. For more information, visit JuegosMiami.com.

June 7-10: iGaming Super Show 2016, RAI Amsterdam, Netherlands. Produced by Clarion Events. For more information, visit iGamingSupershow.com.

June 20-22: Northwest Indian Gaming Conference & Expo 2016, Tulalip Resort Casino, Tulalip, Washington. Produced by the Washington Indian Gaming Association (WIGA). For more information, visit washingtonindiangaming.org.

July 25-27: Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association 2016 Conference, Cox Business Center, Tulsa, OK. Produced by the Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association. For more information, visit okindiangaming.org.

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.

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