Juegos Miami attracts the support of leading LatAm trade associations

Juegos Miami attracts the support of leading LatAm trade associations

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 Posted by Totally Gaming

Juegos Miami, the bespoke C-Level business event for Pan-Latin American and Caribbean gaming, has attracted the influential support of leading trade associations on the continent.  The supporting associations include; CIBELAE (Corporación Iberoamericana de Loterías y Apuestas del Estado), FECOLJUEGOS (Colombian federation of casinos and bingos), CONAJZAR (Commission nacional de juegos de azar), ABLE (Brazilian State lotteries Association), Magocom/BNL and FECEAZAR (Federación Colombiana de Empresarios de Juegos de Azar).
The second edition of Juegos Miami (May 31 - 2 June, The Biltmore, Miami) continues to build on the momentum generated following a successful launch.  Kate Chambers, Managing Director of the gaming division at Clarion Events and one of the brand architects responsible for Juegos Miami, believes the involvement of leading industry bodies is further confirmation of the growing status of the event.  She explained: "From the outset, our objective has been to place Juegos Miami at the heart of the development of a responsible and sustainable industry in what is one of gaming's most exciting and dynamic continents.  The support we have received from non-commercial and commercial gaming organisations alike confirms this is taking place."
Juegos Miami features a powerful, strategic and hands-on learning programme presented alongside a line-up of inspirational exhibitors and sponsors, including: Novomatic, Merkur Gaming, Vivo Gaming, BetConstruct, Ainsworth, Everi, Scientific Games, Win Systems and Aruze Gaming.
For more information on participating in the invitation only Juegos Miami event, visit:

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