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EVENTS

Korea Gaming Congress
KOREA GAMING CONGRESS
July 17-18, 2019
The Korea Gaming Congress will bring together over 100 leaders from the most established integrated resorts, entertainments, gaming manufacturers, academia, and government entities who will gather to debate key issues facing the gaming industry in Asia. It will be a gathering of intellectuals and gl...

Media + Entertainment Tech Expo And Conference
MEDIA + ENTERTAINMENT TECH EXPO AND CONFERENCE
July 17-19, 2019
Focusing on all aspects of the “creation, distribution and consumption” of media and entertainment technology, Media + Entertainment Tech Expo (METexpo) brings the media industry together once again for its industry recognised Conference and Exhibition, held 17-19 July 2019 at ICC Sydney...

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We’re the largest owner and operator of bowling entertainment venues in the world. Bowlero Corporation was founded in 2013 as Bowlmor AMF following the successful acquisition of AMF Bowling Worldwide by Bowlmor Lanes. Starting as a single bowling alley established in Greenwich Village, New York, in 1938, Bowlmor Lanes revolutionized the sport in the late 1990s and early 2000s with the concept of high-end, event-centric bowling. Bowlmor AMF acquired the Brunswick Corporation’s bowling center business in 2014 and solidified its reputation as the worldwide leader in bowling entertainment. In 2018, Bowlmor AMF officially became Bowlero Corporation, beginning a new chapter and signaling a new direction in the company’s continued growth.

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EVENTS

Korea Gaming Congress
KOREA GAMING CONGRESS
July 17-18, 2019
The Korea Gaming Congress will bring together over 100 leaders from the most established integrated resorts, entertainments, gaming manufacturers, academia, and government entities who will gather to debate key issues facing the gaming industry in Asia. It will be a gathering of intellectuals and gl...

Media + Entertainment Tech Expo And Conference
MEDIA + ENTERTAINMENT TECH EXPO AND CONFERENCE
July 17-19, 2019
Focusing on all aspects of the “creation, distribution and consumption” of media and entertainment technology, Media + Entertainment Tech Expo (METexpo) brings the media industry together once again for its industry recognised Conference and Exhibition, held 17-19 July 2019 at ICC Sydney...