L&W ambition to become No. 1 in Asia

Game content and equipment provider Light & Wonder Inc’s Asian business performance is moving in a positive direction, says Simon Johnson, the company’s senior vice president and director of international game management.

“Light & Wonder leads in performance and ship share in major Asian markets. This is an indicator that our ambition to become No. 1 in the Asian market has been well realized,” Johnson said.

The executive’s comments were published in a company press release published on Tuesday to preview Light & Wonder’s participation in the upcoming Global Gaming Expo (G2E) Asia 2023 special edition of Singapore.

The event will be held at Marina Bay Sands Casino Resort from May 30 to June 1. Organizers Reed Exhibition and the American Game Association said last week they expected “6,000 visitors” and “more than 100 exhibition companies” during the three-day industry conference and trade show.

Responding to the “forward momentum” and “demand for next-generation content” in the Asian casino industry, Johnson said Light & Wonder “has built a strong pipeline of next-generation experiences, content, technologies and systems that will reach across multiple platforms and markets.”

G2E Asia 2023 Special Edition: Singapore, Light & Wonder will showcase a series of new game titles, electronic game consoles and table utilities. GGRASIA’S REPORT SAYS HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDING FRESH GAMES OF COMPANY’S “Dragon Unleashed” SLOT MACHINE LINK PRODUCTS AND UPDATES OF ITS HIGH SLOT GAME FAMILY WITH “DUO DUO KAI GRAND” 파칭코

During G2E Asia, Ken Jolly, Asia Vice President and Executive Director of Light & Wonder, will join other game supplier executives to hold a direct panel on “Game Innovation and the Future.” The session will be held on the morning of May 31.

Light & Wonder said it received conditional approval from the Australian Stock Exchange last week for a second listing on the exchange. The company reported a net profit of $27 million in the three months to March 31, compared to a loss of $67 million in the year-ago quarter.

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