Juegos Miami finds footing as hub for Latam gaming

4 May 2017

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Kate Chambers, Managing Director of Clarion Gaming, believes Juegos Miami (31 May to 2 June, The Biltmore, Miami) is fulfilling one of its founding objectives to provide a focal point for discussions surrounding the sensible and sustainable regulation of gaming in the Latam region.

Speaking ahead of the second edition of the bespoke, C-Level, invitation-only event, she confirmed, "Alongside the senior decision-makers from operating companies, the industry thought leaders and the gaming innovators that will be with us, I am delighted that Juegos Miami is also attracting key regulators and the trade bodies who will be working together to develop sustainable and socially responsible gaming economies in the region.

"Juegos Miami is the only event that the SEAE secretary from the Brazilian Ministry of Finance will be speaking at, which reflects positively on the stature of the event and how Juegos Miami is perceived by the non-commercial decision makers. We are hopeful the Ministry of Finance will use the opportunity provided by Juegos Miami to report on the current status of legal gaming and the planned structure for sports betting in the country. I think this level of engagement underlines the event's status as a must-attend for organizations seeking first-mover advantage in what is one of gaming's most exciting and dynamic regions."

Trade bodies in the region, many of whom are official supporters of Juegos Miami, recognize the important political role played by professional and well-run events that deliver a combination of regional insight and global engagement. Dr. Miguel Ángel Ochoa Sánchez, Presidente of AIEJA, stated, "One of the greatest obstacles facing the development of the gaming industry in Mexico is the lack of legal stability for potential investors. Unfortunately, the Senate in our country has not considered this among their priorities until now. The opportunity to reinforce the importance of this topic from the platform that is Juegos Miami only serves to bolster our efforts in this sense."

Featuring a powerful, strategic, tactical and hands-on content program alongside world-class training courtesy of the Totally Gaming Academy, the second edition of Juegos Miami will play host to a plethora of gaming innovators comprising: Abbiati/Patir; Ainsworth; Aristocrat; Aruze Gaming/PDS Gaming; AstroPay; BetConstruct; Betradar; Bit8; BMM Testlabs; Cammegh; DLV; DRGT; Ed Roberts; eMoore; Everi Games; Genius Sports; GLI; Merkur; Novomatic; Nsoft; Online IPS; PG Software; Play'n Go; Push Technology; Quixant; Scientific Games; Vivo Gaming and Win Systems.

For more information on how to participate in this invitation-only event, visit the website.

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