Juegos Miami is establishing itself as gaming’s meeting point in Latin America with event organisers, Clarion Gaming, confirming that representatives from 44 nations have registered to attend the C-Level event which is being held across 31st May to 2nd June at The Biltmore, Miami.
Commenting on the figures, Clarion Gaming, Managing Director, Kate Chambers, said: “When we were consulting with the industry over the creation of Juegos Miami, it was very important to stakeholders that the new brand should represent and reflect developments across the entire LatAm and Caribbean regions.
“We have worked hard to ensure this key requirement is evident throughout the Juegos Miami experience, not least in the Conference programme, which addresses the key political, economic, social and technological issues that are impacting gaming across Latin America and the Caribbean.”
She added: “The majority of launch events take some time to gather momentum and engage with the market, but I am delighted to confirm that Juegos Miami has very rapidly attracted support from all sections of the gaming community, including trade associations, thought leaders and innovators, across all jurisdictions in the region.”
Described by Dr Javier Balbuena, Presidente, CONAJZAR, as ‘A brilliant place to bring the key people together from the industry’, Juegos Miami is an invitation-only event and, in order to guarantee the best networking and learning opportunities, attendance is limited to senior decision makers (owners, directors and C-Level executives) from operating companies, as well as government and regulators from the Latin America and Caribbean region. To apply for a place, register at www.juegosmiami.com.