2017 Asia Lottery Forum

Asia Lottery Forum and 7th China Lottery Industry Salon

In the “13th Five-Year Plan” period, how to better serve the leisure life of the people in a well-off society and how to promote social responsibility of the lottery industry are our main concerns. China’s lottery industry is expected to maintain steady growth in 2017. Innovation, transformation, standardization and responsibility are still the keywords of the development of China’s lottery industry.

We will invite members of China Lottery Industry Salon, as well as employees and scholars from countries and regions such as Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Australia, Japan, Vietnam, Cambodia and Bengal to this forum.

The sponsors of the conference are: China Lottery Industry Salon, G2E Asia, Asian Responsible Gaming Alliance, Sub-committee for Lottery Major under National Teaching Instruction Committee of Civil Affairs Vocational Education. The undertaker is Universal Kinglott (Beijing) Tech. Co., Ltd.

If you are concerned about the development trend of Asian lottery industry;

if you are eager to learn trend of lottery in the capital market; if you are looking for investment opportunities in lottery industry in mainland China;

if you hope Chinese lottery will advance towards Asia;

if you want to discuss with leading experts, scholars and professionals of lottery industry,

Organized by:

G2E Asia
China Lottery Industry Salon
Asian Responsible Gaming Alliance
Lottery Professional Guidance Sub-committee for Lottery Major under National Teaching Instruction Committee of Civil Affairs Vocational Education

Presented by:

Universal Kinglott (Beijing) Tech. Co., Ltd.

Speaker Profile

Guojing Su, The founder and Professor of Asian Responsible Gaming Alliance and China Lottery Industry Salon

Guojing Su is the founder and chairman of Asian Responsible Gaming Alliance and China Lottery Industry Salon, the academic leader and professor of lottery major of Beijing College of Social Administration, CEO of China Universal Kinglott Tech., Ltd., founder of the first think tank of China lottery industry, lottery expert nominated by the China Ministry of Civil Affairs and China Ministry of Finance, honorary advisor of Responsible Gaming Association of Macao and the Macao Gaming Information Association.

Augustine Ha Ton VINH, Professor of Vietnam National University

Prof. Vinh has 30 years of professional, technical, and management experience in more than 20 countries in the Asian-Pacific, European, and West African regions. His expertise includes economic development strategies, business restructuring and enterprise reform, public-private partnerships, project and infrastructure finance, private participation in infrastructure. He has extensive experience in gaming regulations and business development in Vietnam, including traditional and electronic lottery, instant tickets, sports betting, and casino. His experience in emerging markets includes China, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam, Mongolia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Taiwan, India, Cambodia, Laos, Egypt, and several countries in West Africa. Prof. Vinh serves as senior advisor to leading international gaming companies the past 10 years in Vietnam and as Country Representative for Scientific Games Corp., one of the world’s largest lottery and gaming companies.

Zeng Zhonglu, Professor of Macao Polytechnic Institute

Dr. ZhongLu ZENG currently is the Professor at Gaming Teaching and Research Centre, Macao Polytechnic Institute (MPI), where Dr. Zeng has done academic research in gaming field, researches of gaming industry’s impact on society and economy and provided decision-making advisory services to the government, enterprises and society. In addition, Dr. Zeng is the PhD Dissertation Supervisor in Macao Science & Technology University and Zhongshan University of Mainland China.

Li Gang, Professor of Shanghai Normal University

In July 2006, Professor Li graduated from School of Economics in Shanghai Fudan University, majoring in World Economics with Ph.D. Degree, and the Dissertation was titled as Analysis on China Lottery Industry and the Development Strategy. In July 2010, Professor Li completed his postdoctoral study in School of Journalism and Communication in Shanghai Fudan University, majoring Journalism and Communication, and the Research Report was titled as False Prosperity: Analysis of the Gambling Industry in China Viewed in Communication Professor Li has been a visiting scholar in Miller College of Business in Ball State University in USA and School of Business and Economics in Beijing Normal University. Now, Professor Li is a professor of the Finance & Business School in Shanghai Normal University, and the dean of the Investment and Insurance Department. He is also a researcher in China Lottery Research Center in Beijing Normal University as well as China Anti Money Laundering Research Center in Fudan University.

Feng Jiachao, Professor of Macao Polytechnic Institute

Dr. Davis Fong is the Director of Institute for the Study of Commercial Gaming as well as an Associate Professor of International Integrated Resort Management Program at University of Macau. Prof. Fong had obtained his PhD of Quantitative Economics from Tsinghua University, Beijing in 2006. Pursuit of academic interest has led him to study in different aspects of gambling and related issues, such as social and economic impacts of gambling, Chinese gambler behavior, gambling disorder, responsible gambling, visitor profile studies, casino operations, tourism management, etc. Prof. Fong has been responsible for more than 30 gambling and tourism related research projects for Macao SAR Government. Prof. Fong has been appointed by the Government as a member of Economic Development Committee since 2007, Talents Development Committee since 2014 and Consultative Committee of Statistics, MSAR since 2015 (UM Representative).

Kazuaki Sasaki, Associate Professor of International Tourism Department of Toyo University

Sasaki specializes in corporate management within the hospitality industry. In recent years he has also conducted research on gaming companies, and in April 2012 at the Joint Session of the Cabinet, Ministry of Justice, and Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transportation on integrated resorts (IR), he provided his opinion as a reference on efforts by various countries on the societal cost of casinos, as well as on safety nets that accompany legalization of Japanese casinos. Asia Pacific Association for Gambling Studies Academic Member in Macau and director of the Japan Academic Society of Hospital Management. Completed the University of Nevada Executive Development Program and earned doctorate degree (regional policy studies) from Osaka University of Commerce. Received grant-in-aid for scientific research subsidized by Ministry of Education. Research representative of Platform C “Casinos as a Tourism Asset”. This was the first time in Japan that research grant-in-aid was subsidized for research on casinos as the main subject.

Dylan Pickering Gambling Research & Treatment Clinic University of Sydney, Australia

Dylan Pickering is a PhD candidate (3rd year) and Research Assistant at the Gambling Treatment and Research Clinic at the University of Sydney in Australia, directed by Professor Alex Blaszczynski. Dylan has a first class honours degree in psychology and was awarded the Australian Psychological Society (APS) prize in 2013 for being the highest ranked student in his cohort. He was a key a contributor to a major government report (unpublished) on gambling-related harms, and has published peer-reviewed articles in the Current Addictions Reports journal and the Asian Journal of Gambling Studies and Public Health. Supported by a philanthropic grant from ClubsNSW (Industry), Dylan is conducting research to evaluate the effectiveness of a multi-venue self-exclusion program. He presented the initial retrospective findings from this research at the International Conference on Gambling and Risk Taking in Las Vegas (June 2016). In November (2016), Dylan outlined a proposal to introduce web-based self-enrolment protocols into self-exclusion systems for land-based gambling venues at the National Association for Gambling Studies conference (Cairns, Australia).

Feng Baiming, Professor of Henan University of Economics and Law

Baiming Feng is an associate professor in the Henan University of Economics and Law and the manager of the lottery research institute. He is also providing counselling to the ministry of finance on issues relevant to the regulation of lottery. He’s main research focus are on theories of lottery, philosophy in management, and marking.

Liu Daiyang, Professor of National Taiwan University of Science and Technology

Dr. Day-Yang Liu has been a professor of Graduate Institute of Finance at National Taiwan University of Science and Technology for 25 years. He has served as a University Chief of Staff for one and half years (2003~2005) and Department Chairman (1987-2001) at both Business Department and Finance Department. He currently also serve as director for both Lottery and commercial gaming and innovation and Entrepreneurship research center. His major teaching courses include Strategic Management, CEO on Strategy, Managerial Economics, Principle of Economics, Public Finance, Business and Government, Advanced Macroeconomics. His research interests are corporate governance and executive compensation, Lottery and Commercial Gaming, government subsidies on R & D, performance evaluation on R & D project, defaults or foreclosure on residential mortgage loans, faculty reward system, government revenue sharing, industrial policy and analysis, small-medium enterprises management, altruism, and CGE model, etc

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