Postponement of ASEAN Gaming Summit 2020

Asia Gaming Brief regrets to inform you that, after careful consideration, we have made the decision to postpone our highly popular ASEAN Gaming Summit due to the disruptive influence of the coronavirus on travel and the potential risk to health.

Over the past three years, the March event has attracted thousands of delegates and cemented itself as the key gaming industry conference in Asia, serving both the land-based and online sectors.

The new dates will be July 28-30. The venue – the Shangri La At-The-Fort, Manila – will remain the same, as will our commitment to bringing the best conference content, leading speakers, networking opportunities and good old fashioned fun.

Asia Gaming Brief hopes this decision will help to protect our community by helping to curb the spread of the coronavirus, as well as to give our industry sufficient time to focus on recovery.

For further updates, please go to, or to keep up to date on the outbreak itself and its effect on travel and our industry, please see our live coverage of the outbreak here:

We thank you for your continued support of the ASEAN Gaming Summit, and we look forward to seeing you in Manila in the Summer.

On behalf of Asia Gaming Brief & ASEAN Gaming Summit Rosalind Wade & Luis Pereira, Managing Directors.


Share This Post


More News

Recently, Apollo Management made a $2.7bn bid for Tabcorp’s Wagering and Media arm, matching an Entain proposal sent in April. But since Apollo is not a proven wagering operator,...

Pole position

Certainly no stranger to the processing and manipulation of data, Sportradar is currently exploring such avenues in the world of Formula One, with in-race betting set to be the subject of...