Juegos Miami Returns For Second Edition in MayPublished March 24, 2017 by Lee R
The iGaming gateway to LATAM will more than double in 2017!
After a smashing kickoff last year proudly introducing LATAM to the senior global iGaming community, the organisers of Juegos Miami are looking forward excitedly to renewing that momentum with this year’s second edition May 31-June 2.
High Level Opportunities
Organisers have compiled a veritable superlist of opportunities and presenters from Latin and South America for the specialist C-Level event taking place at Miami’s legendary Biltmore hotel.
Positively Stunning Atmosphere
The magnificent architecture and the tropical landscape promise a magical networking atmosphere for industry vending leaders to learn about the latest iGaming trends and developments.
As for networking, every sector and every channel from every Latin American country will be there, offering unique training opportunities along with product and service exhibitions.
The knowledge base will be regional as well as global, with information being shared across a diverse range of social events, with the fantastic metropolis of Miami right outside the door!
Speaking at the recent LAtAM seminar, the original Miami Juegos launch director and Clarion Gaming Division Managing Director Kate Chambers called that ICE week event a hint of the talent expected at Juegos Miami.
The key development she observed at LATAM is the “many important connections...made at ICE, which augurs well” for the second edition of Miami Juegos.
Exhibition Size Popcorns
Chambers further reminded that the number of exhibition booths on the floor had already doubled from last year, after the maiden Juegos Miami attracted exhibitors and representatives from a total of 42 countries, with C-Level attendance of the region’s most influential industry and regulatory figures reaching 648 attendees.
Senior Execs Invited
The invitation-only event is available to senior decision makers (owners, directors and C-Level executives) from iGaming operating companies. They will meet with government and regulator representatives from the Latin America and Caribbean region.