More than 50 exhibitors and 450 booths will be part of this year’s GTI Asia Taipei Expo.
The Expo will take place between May 11 and 13 at Area A, Hall 1 of the Taipei World Trade Center.
The exhibits will cover the sectors of gaming, entertainment, VR/AR, inflatables, online games and mobile phone games.
Many new products are expected to be introduced.
With Taiwan being a key game machine development center and parts supply base for the global industry, since its debut in 1993 GTI Asia Taipei Expo has grown into an essential platform for the Taiwan electronic game industry to reach the world.
Although this year’s show is smaller, it will attract many buyers from around the world to check out products and make purchases, especially trade professionals from Japan, Southeast Asia, Central and South America and emerging markets.
MIT (Made In Taiwan) represents a guarantee of quality and service.
Taiwanese companies and products are important helpers and reliable partners of many overseas clients for business expansion and market penetration.
Through OEM or ODM-based strategic cooperation, Taiwanese companies can work with global industry members to create win-win results.
The annual GTI Asia Taipei Expo is highly recognized by industry members and this year’s exhibitors will go all out and devote enormous manpower and material resources to presenting the newest, top quality game (amusement) products.
In particular, the dates of this year’s GTI Asia Taipei Expo and G2E Asia in Macau are close, so it is projected that numerous European and American buyers will visit Asia to check out GTI Asia Taipei Expo, savor delicious Taiwanese cuisine and experience the customs and culture of Taiwan.
This year there will be a good number of new exhibitors participating in GTI Asia Taipei Expo for the first time such as Xiang Shang, Ba Tong Wu, Guangzhou Yuhong Inflatable, Adlink, India-based Semnox, and International Slot Machine Sales.
The show organizer GTI Magazine cordially invites global industry members to attend this year’s event and welcomes industry professionals to request complimentary admission tickets.
For more information go to www.gtimagazine.com.tw
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