Juegos and GiGse Combine Forces in 2018Published March 13, 2018 by Lee R
The combined event strategy can seriously streamline attendee schedules as well as learning curves.
Juegos Miami and GiGse have been co-located this year, making for as intriguing an event as possible between two iGaming conference powerhouses.
Diversification of Proceedings
At Miami’s prestigious and opulent the Biltmore Miami from Thursday, May 31 to Friday, June 1, 2018, a proverbial potpourri of keynote speeches, panel sessions and interactive workshops will be dedicated to the US gaming industry.
Clarion Gaming’s newly combined event has been optimized to meet the unique demands of the Pan-Latin American and Caribbean markets offering a strategic hands-on learning program featuring an expanded array of inspirational sponsors and innovative exhibitors.
Over 250 delegates from iGaming sectors including casino, bingo, betting, sports betting, payments, lottery and social will converge to meet the demands of LatAm and the Caribbean across land-based, online and mobile.
The invitation-only Juegos Miami will host senior decision-makers, owners, directors, and C-Level executives from private and public operators, state lotteries, governments and regulators from the LatAm and Caribbean regions.
The longer running senior level event GiGse has been added to Juegos Miami to increase networking opportunities and gaming solutions: at this point 61% of more than 150 confirmed delegates meet the C-Level classification with another 21% holding Directors or VP status. The theme for this version is “Putting North American gambling, gaming and betting under the microscope.”
Clarion MD Defines Strategy
Clarion Managing Director Katherine Chambers offers the new edition as a complementary integration:
“While Juegos Miami and GiGse are taking place in the same venue at the same time, they are most definitely two very distinct brands...GiGse provides paid-for content and learning, whereas Juegos Miami has a unique by invitation format which is what the industry wanted and which has proved successful since we launched in 2016.”
Chambers looks forward to creating a new dynamic at upcoming Juegos/GiGse in which the two audiences are able to shift focus effectively between individual topics and networking within a single, high calibre meeting place that formerly required LatAm-facing industry reps to attend some five or six separate exhibitions.
The event looks like a great opportunity for attendees to expand not just to LatAm but provide a gateway to reach into the global markets beyond.