Entertainment Arena Expo, the leading exhibition for the casino and the betting industry in the Central and Eastern Europe, organized by Expo 24 Romania, will take place from the 4th-6th of September, at Romexpo Exhibition Center Bucharest.
With over 60 exhibitors having confirmed their presence this year, covering over 7000 sqm, the Romanian exhibition has become a regional benchmark.
The exhibiting companies at EAE 2017 will present to the visiting audience the most spectacular innovations in the domain, eye-catching new trends, and foremost creative designs. The event will gather both producers and distributors of gaming machines, roulettes, VLTs, AWPs, services and solutions for sports betting, online gambling, gaming halls fittings and, in general, everything regarding to the entertainment industry.
Entertainment Arena Expo 2017 is the spot where exhibitors and visitor will extend their businesses, where their growth plans will materialize or the place where they can present their success story. EAE 2017 is the perfect occasion for the industry’s professionals to share their ideas, it is the place where quality is at its peak.
The targeted audience from Romania or the neighbouring countries will take part to a premium event, where there will be displayed not only innovative products, but also intricate, complete solutions, aiming to meet the consumers’ uppermost requests.
EAE gathers as exhibitors key companies of the entertainment industry, as well as visitors from Romania and foreign visitors from all around the globe, 19.4% of the visitors in 2016 being foreign. As an exhibition addressed only to those concerned in the entertainment industry, the access is prevalently open for the professionals.
The key factors of success in this industry are attending Entertainment Arena Expo 2017: world-class exhibitors, a large number of visitors – over 2500 visitors at the previous edition, seminars and conferences, the opportunity to meet both actual and potential clients. Each year, in September, Bucharest makes its mark as the entertainment industry capital of Eastern Europe.