As the most representative annual trade fair for the gaming and amusement industry in Taiwan and the Asia Pacific region, GTI Asia Taipei Expo 2012 once again showcased its global appeal and superb trade effectiveness on May 10~12, 2012 at B & C Zones, Hall 1 of the Taipei World Trade Center (TWTC). With about 70 exhibitors including Taiwanese groups IGS, Susino, Saint-Fun, Injoy Motion, Joymax, Feiloli, Youal-Jifh, Taiwan Yuanmei, Paokai, Weche, Huai I, US-based Barron Games and SUZO-HAPP, Japan-based Bandai Namco Games, Hong Kong-based Codelux and Karen, and MEI from Australia displaying an entire array of amusement and gaming products and peripherals, GTI Expo attracted 3,000-plus professional buyers from all over the world. Many show exhibitors held activities and tournaments and such events appealed 400-plus players and fans to participate in. All exhibitors joyously made their best use of this annual displaying opportunity to promote their product lines to the attending visitors.
Fueling global prosperity with a complete spectrum of high-quality MIT products is the ultimate goal for Taiwan’s gaming and amusement industry. With a long history and great regional influence, GTI Asia Taipei Expo always attracts global buyers to make purchases every year. Below is a general categorization of this year’s visitors in terms of their country and region.
Asia: Burma, China Cambodia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and Vietnam.
Europe: Croatia, Czech, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, and UK.
America: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, USA, and Uruguay.
GTI Asia Taipei Expo will enter its 20th anniversary in 2013. GTI will advance the related preparation including exhibitor recruitment and other activities. For more information, please pay close attention to the news on the GTI Global Network or contact the show organizer GTI at email@example.com.