Juegos Miami can help industry to build sustainable markets, state Vivo Gaming

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Vivo Gaming, which operates live gaming studios featuring Spanish speaking dealers delivering an authentic Latin style casino atmosphere, believe all of the key ingredients are in place to ensure Juegos Miami continues to make an important contribution to the development of gaming in Latin America.


Yuval Geifman, head of business development, CEO at Vivo Gaming, said: “It’s extremely important for decision makers, operators and providers to have such a professional and comfortable environment in which to discuss the future of the market. The location (Miami), the team organising the event and the calibre of the participants are all absolutely right, from our perspective.”

As well as building profile for its LatAm dedicated range, which includes native live dealer studios, management tools and mobile gaming products, the company will also be using Juegos Miami as a fact finding opportunity. Yuval explained: “Whilst our main goal will be to establish our position as a market leading live dealer software provider for LatAm, we also want to gather intelligence about the likely changes in regulation and the developments that are taking place in different markets.

“I think it is valuable for regulators and decision makers to engage with the industry in a professional environment, especially those attending from markets where online gaming regulation is not yet fully defined.

“LatAm generates a very small proportion of global gaming revenues. The demand is clearly there, but there is a lack of infrastructure and regulation to support it and I believe that Juegos Miami can play a central role in helping to build sustainable gaming markets across the region.”

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 at the C-Level event, which in 2016 attracted exhibitors and representatives from a total of 42 countries, register at

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