Latin and South America will be key topics for the second Juegos Miami taking place this May at The Biltmore hotel.
Opportunities in Latin and South America are top of the agenda for many of the industry’s leading business figures, according to organisers of Juegos Miami, the specialist C-Level event taking place May 31st – June 2nd at The Biltmore, Miami.
Speaking in the week that registration for Juegos Miami went live, Kate Chambers, Managing Director of the Gaming Division at Clarion, and the person responsible for launching the event in 2016, said: “Last month’s LatAm Seminar was one of the most in-demand events during ICE week, attracting an incredibly senior attendance of gaming professionals who were drawn from 31 countries. Many organisations were represented by three or, in some instances, four C-Level directors, which illustrates quite how serious the gaming world views the business opportunities in the region.”
She added: “The seminar provided a taster of what the industry will experience at Juegos Miami, as well as an expert insight on the current market dynamics. Many important connections were made at ICE, which augurs well for the second edition of this specialist business event.”
Curated to meet the specific needs of what is a key regional market, Juegos Miami is attracting widespread support from gaming innovators and industry thought leaders alike. Described by Javier Balbuena, Presidente, CONAJZAR, as ‘A brilliant place to bring the key people together from the industry’, the first edition of Juegos Miami attracted exhibitors and representatives from a total of 42 countries. The C-Level attendance comprised 648 of the region’s most influential industry and regulatory figures, confirming its status as the major event for the region.
Juegos Miami is invitation-only and, in order to guarantee the best networking and learning opportunities, attendance is limited to senior decision makers (owners, directors and C-Level executives) from operating companies, as well as government and regulators from the Latin America and Caribbean region.