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CBG Sanguine About the Future of China’s Theme Park Market

Zoltan Tundik

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Recently an elaborate report on China’s theme park market in 2016 has been released by CBG (Chinabaogao.com). This report have given us a thorough account of China’s current theme park market, as well as showed us its promising prospect. From this report, we have extracted some useful information and it will be as follows.

Chinese’ Strong Willingness to Visit Theme Parks

According to the report, in 2015 Chinese residents on average traveled 3 times a year. Compared with 7.6 times per year per person in the US, China’s tourism market has the potentials to grow 10 times as big as now. It is estimated that by 2020 and by 2025, annual domestic tourists can respectively reach 6.215 billion and 8.279 billion person-times.

In 2015, Chinese residents have already shown a strong willingness to visit theme parks. It is reported that in 2015 among the world’s top 10 most visited theme parks, 4 were located in China. CBG estimates that the annual person-times of visitors that China’s theme parks will receive will continue to grow to 271 millions by 2020 and to 369 million by 2025. This increase of demand is said to be a result of the following reasons.

Firstly, according to incomplete statistics, 59.8% Chinese tourists plan to visit theme parks at least once a year. Secondly, by the time of 2020 when the post-90s generation has formed their own family with a steady income, new market need will be generated. Moreover, with the increase of private vehicles and improvement of public transportation, convenient traffic will greatly heighten people’s willingness to travel. And most importantly, Chinese residents’ increasing disposable income links directly to the increase of theme park market demand.

Chinese Theme Parks Trends:High Quality & Huge Market 

Though in the last 2 decades, China has seen the erection of at least 2500 theme parks, nearly 90% of them are of small investment, low quality and similar to each other, which has led to sever market competition and deficit.

However, as the theme park market and industry are reaching their maturity, Chinese theme parks will eventually improve in professionalism and quality. Accordingly, the scales and initial investments of new theme parks will be generally bigger than the old ones for investors and developers will put more emphasis on equipment quality and theme park design.

It has been estimated that 64 new theme park projects with a total investment of 23.8 billion USD will be launched during 2015-2020. In the meanwhile, unprofitable theme parks will exit the market, and eventually 5 theme park giants will monopolize China’s theme park business. 

 

 

This promising prospect for China’s theme park market has held numerous worldwide insiders like a spell. If you are also considering entering Chinese market, here are 3 of the leading relevant trade shows in China which have won the universal acclaims from their attendees.

 

China (Zhongshan) International Game & Amusement Fair 2017 (G&A 2017)

Date: August 11th-13th, 2017

Main Venue: Zhongshan Convention Center

Sub-venue: Guazngdong Game and Amusement Culture Industry City

Website: www.zsgaf.com

Digital Invitation: book.yunzhan365.com/pxfr/tajo/mobile/index.html

Post-show Report of G&A 2016:

http://www.zsgaf.com/article/show_article.php?id=220

 

2018 Asia Amusement & Attraction Expo (AAA 2018)

Date: April 3rd-5th, 2018

Venue: China Import & Export Fair Complex

Website: www.aaaexpos.com

Post-show Report of AAA 2017:

http://www.aaaexpos.com/article/show_article.php?id=409

 

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European Gaming Q1 Meetup records tremendous success, announcing Q2 Meetup date and the launch of the European Gaming Mini Meetups

George Miller

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The Hipther team proves that the Meetup concept works exceptionally and announces the launch of the Mini Meetups

 

The European Gaming Q1 Meetup took place on 11 February and has brought together +1500 participants for a full day of learning.

35 industry leaders from the European continent have joined 7-panel discussions and launched into forward-thinking conversations that were highly attended by industry shareholders.

We would like to thank the support of our sponsors: Altenar, Play’n GO, Nordic Gambling, Singular, and All-in Global.

Here are some testimonials left by some of the participants:

Enjoyed first quarterly meetup of 2021, great cut through different markets and operations in the constantly changing gaming environment. Well done!” ~ Marke Räsänen, Head of Affiliates at VIPs Casino Gaming

Long day, well organized and timed, more than helpful and interesting.” ~ Mattia Nicelli, Independent Consultant

“In a short time, a great scope about regulation, how to deal with emergents markets, a link between online and offline (that’s now a key issue as some sports need the offline for the social link), and a rising topic: Responsible gaming” ~ CATHERINE CHAUVIN, Area manager at PMU

“The European Gaming QMeetups keep you up to date on the legislation updates of the past months and upcoming months. A must-attend for gaming industry decision-makers.” ~ Christiaan Bollen, SEO Consultant and Founder at Boljoro

You can view the full recording of the meetup here:

The program has satisfied all content needs for companies interested in updates from the EU/EEA/CIS and Balkan regions.

Some of the panel discussions have created many new ideas that have to be developed, or have to be discussed further. Thus, are creating a series of Mini Meetups that will feature only one panel discussion per edition and allow the participants to engage even deeper into the conversation.

After receiving positive feedback and engaging into organizational discussions, Zoltán Tűndik, Co-Founder and Head of Business at Hipther Agency commented: “We are thrilled to see that our regional meetups are helping the industry engage in forward thinking conversations and are not as tiring as a large conference would be. With such occasions, we can keep the momentum going by also maintaining the quality of the content. During the two Q1 Meetups (Americas + Europe), we had a total of 3000 participants and over 17k viewers on YouTube. We are complementing the Meetup offering by the launch of the Mini Meetup series which will take place monthly and have only one panel discussion that allows participants to engage in the discussion themselves.

Here are some important dates to keep in mind:

  • February 25, 2021 – 10:00 – 12:00 CET – Do-s and don’ts for emerging markets (European Gaming Mini Meetup) – Focus on Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Georgia
  • March 25, 2021 – 10:00 – 12:00 CET – Regulator’s decisions and politics (European Gaming Mini Meetup)
  • April 8, 2021 – 10:00 – 12:00 CET – Follow up: Regulation Outlook on 2021 in Europe (European Gaming Mini Meetup)
  • June 10, 2021 – 9:30 – 15:30 CETEuropean Gaming Q2 Meetup

Please note that all meetups are totally FREE to attend and you only need to register once to receive the updates in regards to the upcoming opportunities.

See more details here | Register for free

For further sponsorship/speaking and marketing inquiries, make sure to reach out to Andrada Marginean (B2B Sales Executive at Hipther Agency).

For media-related inquiries, please contact Alexandru Marginean (Marketing Specialist at Hipther Agency).

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Announcing the final agenda for European Gaming Q1 Meetup (11 February), your top virtual event on the European continent

Zoltan Tundik

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European Gaming announces the final agenda for their first virtual quarterly meetup in 2021.

 

The European Gaming Q1 Meetup is taking place on 11 February and we are ready to reveal the final agenda for the event. See more details here | Register for free

The meetup already attracted +1.5k registrations and has +50 confirmed speakers, which has transformed the meetup into a full day conference dedicated to the European region.

The team at Hipther Agency along with the Way Seers at European Gaming has designed a program that will satisfy all content needs for companies interested in updates from the EU/EEA/CIS and Balkan regions.

Here is how the final agenda looks like:

All times are in CET

9:30 AM – 10:15 AM – Regulation Outlook on 2021 in Europe

  • ANDRIUS GABNYS – Attorney At Law – Gabnys Law Firm
  • JOERG HOFMANN – Partner at MELCHERS LAW
  • SIMON PLANZER – Partner at PLANZER LAW
  • RAFFAELA ZILLNER, LL.M – Secretary General at Austrian Association for Betting and Gambling (OVWG)
  • ZLATAN OMERSPAHIĆ – Head of Legal and Compliance, Data Protection Officer at NSoft Company
  • JESSICA MAIER – Chief Risk Officer, Head of Legal and Compliance at Push Gaming (panel moderator)

10:15 AM – 11:00 AM – Do-s and don’ts for emerging markets

  • ARAKSI SARGSYAN – Head Of Business Development at DS Virtual Gaming
  • CHARMAINE HOGAN – Head of Regulatory Affairs at Playtech
  • ILYA MACHAVARIANI – Senior Partner, CEO at Agency
  • MARIO GALEA – Senior Consultant at Random Consulting
  • VLADIMIR MALAKCHI – CBDO at Evoplay Entertainment
  • ANDRIUS GABNYS – Attorney At Law – Gabnys Law Firm (panel moderator)

11:00 AM – 11:45 AM – Regulator’s decisions and politics

  • MINNA RIPATTI – Founding partner and legal advisor at Legal Gaming in Finland
  • LUDOVICO CALVI – President at Global Lottery Monitoring System (GLMS) – Sport Betting Consultant at Oregon State Lottery
  • ODETTE NESTOR – Former Romanian Regulator, President at Asociatia Organizatorilor de Jocuri de Noroc la Distanta (AOJND)
  • GUSTAF HOFFSTEDT – Secretary-General at the Swedish Trade Association for Online Gambling
  • MORTEN RONDE – CEO at Danish Online Gambling Association and Managing Partner at Nordic Gambling (panel moderator)

11:45 AM – 1:00 PM – The synergy between land-based and online operations (Sponsored by Play’n GO)

Includes 30 minutes interaction with the participants

  • DIMITRIS PANAGEAS – Group General Counsel of KAIZEN GAMING
  • NICK TOFILUK – Chief Executive Officer at the National Gaming and Casino Supervision Commission Cyprus
  • KEITH CARUANA – Technical Compliance Lead at Play’n GO
  • ROBERT DOWLING – Chief Commercial Officer at Singular
  • DOMENICO MAZZOLA – Commercial Director at Altenar
  • TIAGO APRIGIO – CEO at All-in Global (panel moderator)

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM – Will eSports and Virtual Sports reign on the industry in 2021

Includes 15 minutes interaction with the participants

  • VERONIQUE DOS REIS – Executive General Counsel at Pinnacle
  • LAZAR MIUČIN – VP of Strategic Partnerships at NSoft
  • GEORGE SHAMUGIA – CEO and co-founder of Singular
  • MAREK SUCHAR – Head of Partnerships at gg
  • ANASTASIOS (TASSOS) PANAGIOTAROS – Sales Director at Golden Race – Virtual Sports & Betting Solutions
  • LYUBOMIRA PETROVA – Chief Marketing Officer at UltraPlay (panel moderator)

2:00 PM – 2:45 PM – Game design in 2021, introducing the responsible game design (Sponsored by Play’n GO)

  • RICHARD BAYLISS – Senior Regulatory Affairs and Compliance Manager at Playtech
  • JAMES MARSHALL – CEO at Push Gaming
  • MATTHIAS CIAPPARA – Gamification Advocate & Consultant at XperiencePlay
  • ALEX MARGINEAN – Marketing Specialist at Hipther Agency (panel moderator)

2:45 PM – 3:30 PM – Responsible advertising/focus on affiliates

  • YAROSLAV STANEV – Head of Marketing at Oddspedia
  • ASSAF STIEGLITZ – President at Odds1x2 Holdings
  • ANTON SIKSTRÖM – Head Of Compliance at Catena Media
  • VASCO ALBUQUERQUE – SEO Manager at All-in Global (panel moderator)

You can also view the full schedule and times of the panels on the following link: https://europeangaming.eu/meetups/schedule-q1-meetup/

For further sponsorship/speaking and marketing inquiries, make sure to reach out to Andrada Marginean (B2B Sales Executive at Hipther Agency).

For media-related inquiries, please contact Alexandru Marginean (Marketing Specialist at Hipther Agency).

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Play’n GO to sponsor several panels at the European Gaming and Gaming Americas Quarterly Meetups in 2021

Zoltan Tundik

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Leading supplier for slot gaming in the casino industry all virtual quarterly meetups by Hipther Agency through 2021

We are excited to announce the support of Play’n GO as panel sponsor for multiple discussions all through the 8 quarterly meetups our team is hosting in 2021.

Based on several surveys and feedback, the team at Hipther Agency has made the necessary steps to support the gaming industry’s informational needs all through the year.

Starting from 2021 you can tune in on quality discussions and meet up with the top names from the EU/EEA/CIS and Balkans via the European Gaming Quarterly Meetups, or with the North and Latin American gaming industry via the Gaming Americas Quarterly Meetups.

The aim of the quarterly virtual meetups is to increase the access to quality information, but also provide an excellent opportunity to participate in engaging discussions between the industry stakeholders.

It did not take long until the industry reacted and we are also eager to reveal that both Q1 Meetups already have +1000 registrations and each confirmed a lineup of +40 industry experts.

The Q1 Meetups will take place on the following dates:

Each meetup features several panel discussions per region and topics that are joined by key industry experts, CEOs, C-Level Executives, Business Development Managers, and sometimes government officials/regulators.

As mentioned above, Play’n GO is supporting the Quarterly Meetups as Panel Sponsor in multiple panels, and here are few things you should know about them:

Play’n GO are a leading supplier for slot gaming in the casino industry. One of the first suppliers to recognise and utilise the potential of mobile slot gaming, their innovation has revolutionised the industry and led Play’n GO to the forefront of the casino supplier market. Since its inception Play’n GO have curated a portfolio of award-winning games developed and tailored for compatibility with all devices and operating systems. In addition to this, they also provide back-end services and solutions to ensure operators are equipped to provide the ultimate gaming experience; this includes their casino platform and their server-based gaming solution, OMNY.

For further sponsorship/speaking and marketing inquiries, make sure to reach out to Andrada Marginean (B2B Sales Executive at Hipther Agency).

For media-related inquiries, please contact Alexandru Marginean (Marketing Specialist at Hipther Agency).

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