Opportunities and strategies to reposition gaming as part of the broader hospitality and tourism industry will be debated on day three of the upcoming Juegos Miami, which is taking place, May 31 – June 2, at The Biltomore, Miami.
Improving the public image of gaming and the use of tax revenues to fund social programmes will be two of the key topics debated on day two of the Learning Programme taking place at Juegos Miami (May 31 – June 2, The Biltmore, Miami).
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.
Juegos Miami continues to grow both in reputation and size, with a total of 15 exhibitors giving their support to the event, three months ahead of it opening its doors to the Pan Latin American and Caribbean gaming industry.
Mariela Huenchumilla believes that “knowledge” will be the key to tackling the ongoing challenge of improving public policies and self-regulation with regard to responsible gaming in the emerging Latin American market.
Clarion Gaming is taking its message to South America with Chairman Julian Graves heading a mini delegation which will take in eight countries and meetings with senior government officials, trade association officials and gaming operators drawn from 15 countries.