Reflecting Peru’s status as a benchmark for Latin America’s regulated markets, the Peru Gaming Show will mark its fifteenth anniversary this year, celebrating the continuing growth of the national industry and highlighting opportunities for iGaming and sports betting operators.
Once again, the most important players in the gaming industry will be in Lima, Peru, to celebrate the fifteenth edition of the Peru Gaming Show, taking place on 21-22 June at the Jockey Exhibition Center.
“The gambling industry in Peru – which comprises more than 700 gambling parlours and casinos, and with over 75,000 slot machines in operation, – is recognised as one of the most important and attractive gaming markets in Latin America,” affirmed Affiliated Marketing Group (AMG), the organisers of PGS in a recent statement.
“The most important suppliers and manufacturers will be exhibiting their products at PGS and will demonstrate their latest innovations, created to address constantly changing consumer demand while at the same time meeting the requirements of the new generation of players we are trying to attract.
“We are sure that PGS 2017 will have a record number of visitors, because it is made in Peru, for Peru and Latin America in particular.”
Over the years, PGS has managed to position itself as the most important events in the Latin American region, providing a stage for the leading manufacturers and distributors to demonstrate their latest products
while also bringing together manufacturers, operators, regulator to share experiences and perspectives.
AMG has stated that it intends to make every effort to ensure the widest possible attendance of the show by both national and international operators for 2017, surpassing last year’s figures.
Along with the major players in the industry, the show will also bring together a number of iGaming and sports betting operators, who will be showing their new online gaming platforms and sports betting systems.
Expected to be introduced this year, Peru’s much-anticipated new online gaming regulation is attracting new operators who predict that the Peruvian market will experience a further wave of growth.
PGS will also host a number of conference events, coving key themes and hot topics in the industry.
“We’ve taken the utmost care to select topics to help offer attendees further insights into different aspects of the industry,” AMG stated.
“Our conferences will cover topics of interest, informing about the changes in the national industry, as well as highlighting issues and opportunities we anticipate for the future.”
Topics covered will include ‘Online Gaming and Sports Betting from a Global Perspective’; ‘The Role of Casino Games and Slot Machines in the Prevention of Money Laundering’; and ‘Understanding Millennials’.
“Of course, we will also cover the new information on issues such as marketing and taxation, which are fundamental to the success of operations, along with a direct update from MINCETUR on the state of the industry,” AMG added.