GEG's Lui to Keynote Asian I-Gaming Congress

30 January 2008

Clarion Gaming announced today that Francis Lui, deputy chairman of Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG), has been confirmed to deliver the keynote address at the Asian I-Gaming (AiG) Congress and Expo in Macau.

Mr. Lui has a unique vision for GEG and attributes the company's success to the fact that it is owned and operated by Chinese and has a thorough background in hotel management and real estate development. The year-old StarWorld Hotel & Casino in Macau is testament to that.

But what about the group's online ambitions? How does he see the future for land-based casinos getting into the online space? And what of the outlook for Asia?

AiG attendees will have the chance to hear the answers to these and other important questions at AiG 2008 when Mr. Lui addresses the conference on Feb. 27 at 9:00 a.m. Please see the Web site at for more details. It will be a rare opportunity to hear about GEG’s online plans and put questions to a key figurehead in the industry.

AiG (formerly PCiG) is the only gambling conference in Asia that focuses solely on I-gaming. Taking place February 26-28, 2008, it is the longest-running gaming event of its kind.

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