The importance of Juegos Miami as a gateway for organisations hungry for a slice of the burgeoning Latin American gaming market continues to grow, with news that 22% of confirmed exhibiting companies will be making their debut appearance at the bespoke C-Level event (May 31 – 2 June, The Biltmore, Miami).
Push Technology, a pioneer in creating technology solutions that deliver real-time streaming data to web, mobile and IoT applications, is clear about the corporate objectives of participation. CEO Sean Bowen confirmed: “Push Technology is the sole provider of real-time, delta-data streaming technology with on-premise, in-the-cloud and hybrid solutions for leading eGaming companies, including: William Hill; 888 Holdings; Paddy Power Betfair; Racing Post; Betsson, and many others. Our purpose in attending Juegos Miami is to expand our leadership position into the younger, emerging Latin American sector of the eGaming market.”
“Every business developing next-generation applications requires our advanced, patented technology to streamline internet communications between their back-end systems or virtual machines and their applications – globally, at scale and speed. In terms of geography, gaming is a global business. To us, location doesn’t matter, we have solutions to fulfil any requirement, anywhere.”
Bowen believes there are significant advantages for gaming companies repositioning themselves as part of a technology empowered entertainment experience: “Some gaming companies are doing this and, as a result, expanding into new sectors.” He continued: “They understand that the gaming market has evolved. As such, their success and growth now requires innovative technology to deliver enticing customer engagement, engender loyalty, and provide competitive advantage. Therefore, gaming companies worldwide are seeking and partnering with companies like us who provide unique technology expertise and solutions to support their corporate growth objectives.”
Clarion Gaming’s Kate Chambers, who was instrumental in the development and launch of Juegos Miami, said: “The participation of cutting edge organisations such as Push Technology lies at the very heart of what we set out to achieve, which is to bring together thought leaders from this hugely exciting continent with leaders in their own fields. Technology is the currency of this industry and it adds to the status of Juegos Miami to have pioneers such as Push engaging with the region’s most influential legislators and decision makers.”
Juegos Miami has attracted the influential support of leading trade associations on the continent. The supporting associations include; CIBELAE (Corporación Iberoamericana de Loterías y Apuestas del Estado), FECOLJUEGOS (Colombian federation of casinos and bingos), CONAJZAR (Commission nacional de juegos de azar), ABLE (Brazilian State lotteries Association), Magocom/BNL and FECEAZAR (Federación Colombiana de Empresarios de Juegos de Azar).
For more information on participating in the invitation-only Juegos Miami event, visit: www.juegosmiami.com