‘One of the most significant gatherings of gaming thought leaders in the region’ is how Greg Saint, Director responsible for Juegos Miami described the Country Round Table initiative, which took centre stage on the opening day of the Miami based event.
Created to provide C-Level executives with direct access to government officials, and in the process be best placed to respond to changes in legislation, the initiative featured regulators representing key jurisdictions including Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Uruguay.
Discussing the overwhelmingly positive response to the initiative, Greg Saint, stated: “Delegate research that we have undertaken across a wide number of Clarion Gaming events has shown how vitally important it is for C-Level decision makers to be given direct access to regulators and the opportunity to engage, rather than just listen to, a speaker and this year’s Juegos Miami Country Roundtables have delivered exactly that.
“This feature was incredibly popular with delegates and we’re immensely grateful to the senior regulators and government officials who bought so much insight and experience, quite literally, to the table. Juegos Miami, which was created at the request of stakeholders in Central, South and Latin America, as well as those in the Caribbean gaming industry, delivers the most up-to-date and detailed gaming insights and C-Level initiatives such as this, provide the forum for all sides of the industry to come together and lay the foundation stones for a sustainable future.”
Juegos Miami continues through Thursday, May 31 and Friday, June 1 at the Biltmore, Miami.