Juegos Miami wins widespread gaming media support

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16 gaming media from throughout Latin/South America, as well as colleagues in Europe and North America, will be in attendance and reporting on events taking place at Juegos Miami which runs across May 31st – June 2nd at The Biltmore, Miami.


The C-Level gaming event, which is in its second year, has attracted widespread support from the community of gaming media, a feature which provides further evidence of its importance to the development of sustainable gaming economies in the region.

Speaking ahead of the opening, Kate Chambers, Managing Director at event curators Clarion Gaming, said: “The creation of Juegos Miami has been based on the vision set out by the industry’s key stakeholders who played a central role in helping to bring Juegos Miami to market in 2016. As an organising team, we have been delighted at the response and support received from speakers, exhibitors, regulators and the C-Level influencers that it is aimed at. From my experience, working as an event organiser across numerous industry sectors, one of the key indicators I look for is whether an event passes the ’media test’. An event that is well supported by the media is, by definition, relevant and news worthy. I am delighted that so many gaming media have reported on the development of Juegos Miami and that so many will be with us in person.

“Dynamic markets demand strong business events and it’s our aim to place Juegos Miami at the heart of the industry and help it to navigate a progressive and sustainable route built on progressive and business friendly regulation.”

Described by Dr Javier Balbuena, Presidente, CONAJZAR, as ‘A brilliant place to bring the key people together from the industry’, Juegos Miami features a powerful, strategic and hands-on learning programme presented alongside a line-up of inspirational exhibitors and sponsors. Attendance is limited to senior decision makers from operating companies, as well as government and regulators from the Latin American and Caribbean region. To apply for a place, register at

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