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Juegos Miami covers all forms of gambling in the Latin American and Caribbean markets.
The first ever Juegos Miami gaming conference is set to take place between May 31 and June 3 at the Biltmore Hotel in sunny Miami. The conference will cover every form of gambling in the Latin American and Caribbean markets, no matter if it's land-based or online, lottery, casino, and sportsbook, social or virtual game. This will be an incredible chance to meet with the leading vendors in the gaming industry and learn about many new developments and the latest trends in the gambling world.
This event will be one of the most refined, with numerous all-inclusive networking and social events for participants. Beginning with a welcome reception and ending with a golf tournament, this event will be much more laid back and intimate than a regular trade show.
The conference programme covers three strategic headings. "Global Engagement, Regional Insight and Local Expertise," which basically sums up the high quality gambling infrastructure in Latin America and the Caribbean. Featured at the conference will be leaders from all branches of gambling including many keynote speakers, as well as numerous sessions covering Bingo, Casino, Lottery, Sports Betting, and other forms of gambling for both online and brick and mortar operators.
Premier focus will be on Latin American and Caribbean markets, but the content at the event will be insightful for international operations including regulation, gaming benefits, new technologies and much more.
Who'll Be There?
The event is fit for anyone in the gaming industry as there will be something that is relevant to all sectors. There will be a number of companies represented at booths throughout the main event halls, with software developers eager to show their new products and technologies available. One of the more interesting part of this event will be that both land-based and online communities will be represented. This could be a theme for future events, as more and more land-based operators seek to expand to the iGaming market.