Regarded as an influential integrated electronic game trade show in the Asia Pacific region covering the gaming, entertainment, online and parts sectors of products, GTI Asia Taipei Expo, which made its debut in 1993, is entering its 22nd year this year.

In addition to showcasing Taiwan’s techniques and capabilities of manufacturing and developing electronic game products, the event highlights the immense potential possessed by the Asia-Pacific region, particularly the emerging markets in the ASEAN countries. GTI Asia Taipei Expo 2015 is slated to take place on May 7~9 at Zones B & C of the Taipei World Trade Center Hall 1, and a good number of leading companies in the industry have signed up for the show during the first wave of booth registration from January 26 to February 10. The companies that have reserved exhibit space include Bandai Namco, 888 Technology, Asia Amusement, Cheer Jingle, Da Sheng, Dar Dun, Entropy, EWT, Feng Chen, Feng Yi Fu, Feng Yung Cheng, Feiloli, ICT, I Cing, IGS, Injoy, Jyuee Ang, Lidu, Lu-Hao, Min-Yan, New Sun Yu, Pan Asia, Saint-Fun, Superme-Exim, Tommy Bear, Victorious, Youal-Jifh, YTE (Ying Tchin Electronic), and Zeroplus. As for the companies that the TAMA (Taiwan Amusement Machine Association) Pavilion will accommodate, Borden, Chian, Han Sen, Huai I, Kwang Yi, Le Chi Hwa, Paokai, Shain You, Sheng Yang, Taiwan Yuanmei and Weche have completed booth assignment and confirmation. For the Gaming Zone making its debut at GTI Asia Taipei Expo this year, Bingotimes, Chan Ming, Homer, JCM, KCT, Micro Sova, Song Yung and Taiwan Fulgent have reserved exhibit space. The second phase of booth registration will commence after the Chinese Lunar New Year holiday which falls on February 18~23. The exhibitor meeting will be convened on March 13 with a public drawing conducted on the site for booth selection. For more information, please contact GTI Magazine, e-mail: [email protected] or visit