FADJA 2020 will once more be bringing the focus of the global gaming industry to South America when it is held 2-3 April 2020 in Bogota, Colombia.
Those attending the exhibition will be able to see the latest and greatest products and services across more than 6,000 square metres of floor space.
“The American Gaming Trade Show, FADJA, has become a central meeting point for the B2B and B2C Gaming Industry, opening the trade fair calendar in the region in April every year,” said organisers.
“Companies, suppliers, distributors and platforms of the main corporations of the gaming business, confirm great interest in the fair, becoming the gateway of the huge Latin American market, even more attractive since the regulation of sports betting in Colombia and the new regulation in Brazil, Argentina and Peru.”
What you will find:
At FADJA there are online gaming and land-based exhibitors presenting their latest innovations and state-of-the-art technology. More than 6,000 visitors gathered in FADJA 2019. Next year, besides the show room that will bring together nearly 100 exhibitors, the fair will also have a unique top-level academic agenda.
In previous years, Coljuegos, Colombia’s regulator, has authorised 17 platforms to operate online betting. Recently, the government improved the tax model for land-based operators in order to promote investment in this economic activity.
WELCOME TO FADJA 2020
3A Producciones – the organiser company of the fair – is prepared for 2020 with marketing strategies, mailing and social networks to visualise the brands of its exhibitors and sponsors throughout the year.
Following a recent recent visit to Peru, where the executive team of 3A Producciones met with important companies interested in taking part in next year’s show, José Aníbal Aguirre, commented:
“Our arms extend to the whole territory of the Southern Cone. We bring excellent news from Lima. To date, the presence in FADJA of IGT, ICT, Betradar, Gambee, Play N’Go, Digitain, Betconstruct, Quinel, Zitro, Novomatic, Bya Group is confirmed, and we are sending many requested proposals. FADJA bets on Colombia.”