Clarion Events published an assessment of the first days of the gaming event for the Latin American and Caribbean markets.
Miami.- Juegos Miami, the major event that promised to change the rules in the Pan Latin American and Caribbean gaming markets, is in its last two days. Over 400 industry leaders –including top decision makers, key operators, legislators, major buyers and business owners– are living the unique event in Biltmore Hotel, Coral Gables, Miami.
Juegos Miami’s organisers, Clarion Events and Urban Expositions, opened the door for the world’s media and invited guests. During the first ceremony, attendees were invited to register to Juegos Miami Founders Club, an activity to network with influencers to generate major impact in the regional emerging industry. Charles Hiten, managing director of Merkur Gaming, was the first industry leader to sign the register.
Kate Chambers, managing director of Clarion’s Gaming Division and part of the team responsible for Juegos Miami, said: “Juegos Miami is set to play a pivotal role to the Pan Latin American and Caribbean gaming industry and we’re immensely grateful to all the people have played a huge part in helping achieve this. We’re proud to mark their support and on behalf of the Juegos Miami team, we wish all of our Founders, exhibitors, speakers and partners a successful Juegos Miami and thank them for their help in navigating the industry to a prosperous and sustainable future.”
Chambers concluded: “To pledge your support as a founder, come and sign the Juegos Miami Founders Club Register in the registration area throughout the event and receive a badge, the G3 South America Regulatory Report and automatic verification for entry to future events.”