Japan Gaming Congress

2019 May 16-17
Conrad Tokyo, Japan

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Japan Gaming Congress

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The Japan Gaming Congress (JgC) is a ticketed two-day educational forum that offers practical insights and understanding into the casino legislation in Japan, while also providing an in-depth vision on what it takes to create a successful Integrated Resort (IR).

Taking place on Thursday and Friday, 2019, May 16 and 17 at the Conrad Tokyo in Japan, JgC is an intelligence gathering for gaming professionals in Japan looking to find out the best way forward for IRs. As such, the conference is designed for Operators, Regulators, Government representatives and Suppliers and is a focused business-to-business forum.

JgC’s focus on policy and regulation will help delegates understand the most up to date developments in legislation and the impact on IR preparations, as well as looking at the governmental objectives and what effect Osaka 2025 will have on the timeline.  

Key operators are vying for their share of the potential $40 billion market. JgC will offer the opportunity for stakeholders to join key government officials, global gaming groups, constructors, financial institutions and legal experts as they provide first-hand advice and experiences on the proposed regulatory frameworks, which will help in planning entry strategy into the market accordingly.

Some of the topics covered in this exclusive two day conference are:

  • Policy & Regulation
  • Investment & Finance 
  • Integrated Resorts – Sponsored by with Melco Resorts 
  • Brand Japan 
  • Economy & Tourism – Sponsored by Wynn Resorts 
  • Social Impact & Local Development 
  • Gaming & Next Generation Consumers
     

If you are a decision maker within gaming looking for IR intelligence and examples of best practice, you can register here.

If you are a provider of solutions for gaming decision makers, you should contact us about sponsoring and/or exhibiting.

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