Representatives of six gambling companies such as Las Vegas Companies Mgm Resorts International, Las Vegas Sands and Bally Technologies, at the next Global Gaming exhibition that took place in Venice.
Thus, General Director of International Game Technology, predicts the growth of sales equipment in Asia. He said that after the success of gambling business in Macau and Singapore, many Asian countries began to revise their attitude towards gambling business and became interested in this issue.
At the same time, Michael Leven, the president and chief operating officer LAS VEGAS SANDS, and Jim Murren, General Director of MGM Resorts International, also pointed out that a number of Asian countries: Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Taiwan, South Korea and Japan, consider casinos in the center integrated resorts on the territory of their countries, seeing how gambling business in Macau and Singapore develops well. Sands and Mgm are leaders in the market in Singaporea Macau. In addition, MGM is building a Nongaming resort in Vietnam and exploring perspectives in the Canadian province of Ontario. Sands also drew attention to Las Vegas Resort in Spain.