Support for the forthcoming Juegos Miami (May 31st – 2nd June, The Biltmore, Miami) has reached new heights, with over 40 commercial organisations now with a stand, showroom or a sponsorship presence.
The commitment has well surpassed the level achieved in 2016 and reflects the growing stature of the C-Level business event, which has been created in partnership with the industry in order to meet the specific needs of the LatAm and Caribbean gaming sectors.
Event Director, Greg Saint, said: “The mood music surrounding Juegos Miami is very positive and all of the key signs that we look for as event organisers suggest that we are on course to build on the success achieved in our launch year.”
Alongside the strong level of commercial support, Juegos Miami will also feature the participation of many of the region’s most influential trade associations and representative bodies, including: CIBELAE (Corporación Iberoamericana de Loterías y Apuestas del Estado); FECOLJUEGOS (Colombian federation of casinos and bingos); CONAJZAR (Commission nacional de juegos de azar); ABLE (Brazilian State lotteries Association); Magocom/BNL, and FECEAZAR (Federación Colombiana de Empresarios de Juegos de Azar).
Greg Saint reflected: “Our objectives in launching Juegos Miami was to meet the demands of the market for a C-Level event which brought together gaming’s leading innovators, thinkers and political influencers in a unique and dedicated environment.
“We continue to work with the industry to ensure that Juegos Miami continues to play a central role in the development of a vibrant and sustainable industry in what is one of gaming’s most exciting regions.”
The full list of commercial supporters comprises: Abbiati; Ainsworth; Aristocrat; Aruze Gaming; AstroPay; Atrient; Ayex; BetConstruct; Betradar; Bit8; BMM Testlabs; Cammegh; CPI; DLV; Don Best; DRGT; Ed Roberts; eMoore; Everi Games; Genius Sports; GLI; IGT Colombia; IMG; JCM; Merkur; Netrefer; NOVOMATIC; NRT; NSoft; Online IPS; Pago; Patir; PDS Gaming; PG Software; Play’n Go; Push Technology; Quixant; R Franco; Scientific Games; Sporting Solutions; The Innovation Group; Vivo Gaming; Win Systems, and XPG.
For more information on the invitation-only Juegos Miami, including the Conference programme, visit: www.juegosmiami.com