Inside Asian Gaming is pleased to announce Macau Beer as official beer sponsor of the inaugural Asian Gaming Power 50 Gala Dinner.
As part of the company’s partnership with IAG, Macau Beer will provide its popular local brew to guests at the exciting black tie event, to be held at Studio City, Macau on the evening of Friday 23 November 2018.
Incorporated in Macau in 1996, Macau Beer is one of Macau’s leading industrial brands and Macau’s “flag carrier” with its products sold in major world tourism destinations. Macau Golden Ale is its signature product employing a unique fermentation technique to give the beer an exclusive taste, fragrance and impression of Macau.
We welcome Macau Beer on board and look forward to enjoying a tasty ale or two on the evening of 23 November.
The addition of Macau Beer comes after IAG last week revealed Studio City as the venue for the Asian Gaming Power 50 Gala Dinner, with Melco Resorts and Entertainment named title sponsor of the event.
First published by IAG in 2008, the Asian Gaming Power 50 has become renowned as the definitive guide to the most influential people in the Asian gaming industry over the preceding 12 months. However, this year represents the first time IAG has celebrated the Asian Gaming Power 50 with a black tie gala dinner.
Aside from counting down the “Big 50”, the dinner will see guests enjoy a fine five-course meal, lively entertainment and the company of many industry peers and influencers. The list will be announced in a variety of interesting ways by renowned VIPs and government officials.
The event will be emceed by Hong Kong duo Yamilette M. Cano and Jose Chan Rodrigues, who earlier this year emceed the highly successful G2E Asia Awards, co-organized by IAG. Following the official announcements, attendees of the Asian Gaming Power 50 Gala Dinner will also receive a copy of this year’s December edition of IAG in which the final 50 will be listed alongside detailed explanations of their respective finishing positions, how those positions compared with last year as well as who narrowly missed out and IAG’s “ones to watch” in the future.
Further details of the Asian Gaming Power 50 Gala Dinner can be found via IAG’s dedicated Power 50 website at www.iagpower50.com.