Why Blockchain-Based Affiliate Program Is Better for the iGaming Industry
July 15, 2020
How much has changed in online casino affiliation since blockchain-based affiliate programs begin to operate in the expanding world of iGaming?
Asia Gaming Brief brings together top gaming executives to discuss the problems and developments in the gaming industry across Asia and Australia.
Asia Gaming Brief (AGB) provides gaming news from the Asian and Australian continents to the members of the industry ever since AGB’s establishment in 2012. Based in Macau, AGB provides gaming executives insights into the gaming market crucial to making informed business decisions.
The company publishes articles written by experts located all across Asia for top gaming executives. Topics of these articles include gaming regulations, technological advancement, compliance, management, and more. Clients can be assured that AGB’s reports are based on information gathered from intensive market research.
Attendees of AGB-organized events can expect to receive up-to-date information regarding the Australasian gaming scene. AGB also provides spaces for developers to exhibit their equipment and software to potential clients and investors. In addition, the events can serve as a networking space for businessmen to discuss trends in their respective jurisdictions. Some of AGB’s events include Asian Gaming Networking Social Manila and Australasian Gaming Expo.
Other than iGaming events, AGB also holds Webinar series as a means to cope with the changing times during the coronavirus outbreak in 2020. Some its webinars are AGB Webinar Series: Will Esports Hype Survive Past COVID-19? and AGB Webinar Series: Managing Your Image During Crisis, during which Charles Font, Senior Associate at Montieth & Company, said trade body is key to improving industry image in Asia.