A stellar line-up of big names from the gaming industries of Latin America, the Caribbean and beyond are set to offer their expertise to attendees of this year’s eagerly anticipated Juegos Miami event in Florida.
Top-level executives and senior regulators will discuss the opportunities across the region, including all the latest information on legislative and market developments in the major jurisdictions in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Registration is now available for the invitation-only event*, with senior figures from across the gambling world set to meet at the picturesque Biltmore Hotel, Coral Gables, Miami, from May 31 to June 3.
Juegos Miami, operated by ICE Totally Gaming organiser Clarion Events, will feature keynote speeches by the likes of Marcelo D’Amato, President, Chile Casino Association (ACCJ) and Executive Director, Latin Gaming.
Figures such as Imaculada Garcia, President, Loterías y Apuestas del Estado (SELAE) and Mariela Huenchumilla, Responsible Gaming Manager, Dreams, will also take part in panel discussions, while representatives from operators such as Camelot and Paddy Power and European gambling authorities will also provide their insight into global best practice.
Juegos Miami’s learning programme will offer debate concerning investment and innovation, regulation and anti-money laundering.
There will also be a series of discussions concerning the casino sector, social gaming and sports betting, regional roundtables and a focus on the prospects for markets such as Brazil, Chile and Colombia.
Ewa Bakun, Head of Content at Clarion Events, said: “For the first time ever, all forms of gaming – casino, bingo, betting, sports betting, lottery and social – across all platforms, will be represented in a single event that will meet the rapidly growing needs of Latin American and Caribbean operators and stakeholders.”
The event has the support of leading associations and supporters including CIBELAE (Latin American Corporation of State Lottery and Betting), ALEA (Lottery, Pool and Casino Association), Provincial Lotteries & Casinos Institute, ECA (European Casino Association) and ACCJ.
Juegos Miami will also offer fabulous opportunities for networking and taking part in social events in the Sunshine State.
Ewa added: “Juegos Miami takes place at the picturesque Biltmore Hotel, where the beauty of the architecture and tropical landscape provide a perfect backdrop. Removed from the hectic pace of a trade show, it is a chance to meet with the industry’s leading vendors, to learn about the latest trends and developments and network in a relaxed and intimate environment.”
To apply for your invitation* visit www.juegosmiami.com and to find out more, follow @JuegosMiami on Twitter and visit the event’s Facebook page for further information and the latest updates.
*Attendance at Juegos Miami will be limited to senior decision makers (owner, director, C-Level exec) from operating companies (private and public including state lotteries), government and regulators from the Latin America and Caribbean region