[dropcap]M[/dropcap]exico City will to host the gaming industry’s biggest event focused on the Ibero-American market this month: with the Ibero-American Gaming Summit set to take place at the Krystal Grand Reforma Uno Hotel from May 17-18.
This platform for discussion, knowledge-sharing and networking has solid institutional and business support, as evident in the round tables scheduled for the two-day event.
The Ibero-American Gaming Summit is the result of the unwavering commitment by key gaming industry figures to strengthening and developing the sector on both sides of the Atlantic. Attendees will discuss a range of topics to foster and deepen knowledge and understanding of the challenges, needs, opportunities and similarities in gaming environments across Latin-American and European countries
This year’s edition of the Summit will feature regulators from 12 Ibero-American countries, aiming to sign a joint declaration to set the foundations for the development of a “gaming diplomacy” in Ibero-America.
After two successful editions in Madrid, the third Ibero-American Gaming Summit is set to play a full house. The events is organised by JAK Comunicación, with the support of Mexican and Spanish authorities. Other partners include the three leading Mexican gaming associations – AGEM, AIEJA and APJSAC – as well as the Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade (ICEX) and international consultancy firm Kreab Gavin Anderson.