Several international regulatory bodies based mostly in South America have announced their support of the Juegos Miami event, which promotes the Latin American gaming industry.
Juegos Miami is scheduled May 31 through June 3 at the Biltmore Coral Gables near Miami and describes itself as a “new event concept” that is dedicated to the business needs of the Pan-Latin American and Caribbean gaming industry, and says it has secured the support of several leading transnational industry bodies.
“We have secured the support of notable gaming leaders, including Novomatic, Merkur Gaming, Aristocrat, BMM, GLI, and Ainsworth and I am equally delighted to be able to now confirm the participation of such influential trade bodies and associations,” Urban Expositions Executive Vice-President Courtney Muller said.
“I am delighted that our vision to create a business event which is targeted to meet the very specific needs of the industry in this key region has resonated with so many key trade bodies.”
The event’s supporting associations are based in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru and Spain and include the Latin American Corporation of State Lottery and Betting; Lottery, Pool and Casino Association; Provincial Lotteries & Casinos Institute; European Casino Association; and Chile Casino Association.
Other supporting associations are the National Consortium of Gaming and Gambling Concessionaires; Colombian Lotteries Federation; National Gambling Commission; Chile Superintendence of Casinos; Spanish Casino Association; and the Peruvian Association of Entertainment & Gambling.