The two-day expo is scheduled to take place from 14-15 November, while the MGS Summit will be held on the first day.
Formerly known as the Macau Gaming Show, the event will be held in an area totalling about 4,000 square metres. The event is expected to feature 80 exhibitors and around 5,000 gaming, leisure and entertainment industry professionals from Macao and abroad, the Macau Gaming Equipment Manufacturers Association (MGEMA), has revealed.
Launched in 2013, the event was last held in person in November 2019.
The onset of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020 saw the closure of Macao’s borders and a suspension of the in-person format, but the MGS Summit was held online in 2021 and last year.
Organisers say this year’s MGS Entertainment Show will provide a one-stop business exchange platform for a wide range of sectors, including technology, entertainment, gaming, tourism, hotels and security, among others.