SAGSE 2011 - Buenos Aires

SAGSE Expo and Congress 2011 - Buenos Aires

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If you are someone that when you’re told about South American immediately categorizes it as simply rainforests and beaches then you’re badly mistaken. They can play soccer too! Aside from this though, the gambling industry is expanding at quite a rate of knots in Latin and South America. Of course, this means one thing – there’s a good excuse for the industry to situate a conference there.

As such, there’s a convention that takes place every year in the Argentinean city of Buenos Aires, 2011 being the 19th time that it’s taking place.

Billed as “the largest and most important expo of Latin America,” SAGSE Buenos Aires takes place from November 9-11, 2011 at the city’s Costa Salguero Convention Centre, and will see many of this area’s key players coming together in the name of gaming.

CalvinAyre.com will of course be covering the conference right here on the tablog because conferences are our lifeblood. Also we think it’s rather fun rubbing shoulders with our fellow colleagues in the gaming industry whilst partying the night away.

The conference itself, put on by Monographie, includes all those that matter in the gaming and amusement industry. Last year saw the visitor numbers hit 8200, and with the exhibitors hitting 220, 2010 outstripped all the year preceding it.

Starting at 2:30pm and continuing into the evening for an 8:30pm will mean that you don’t have to worry about waking up early with a beast of a hangover the next day.

Visitors last year were treated to exhibitors from many different sectors of the gambling industry, including Bally Technologies, Poker Hispano, Konami, Neteller, Chipleader, and TCS John Huxley amongst others.

Alan Burak, Commercial and Show Manager at Monographie, commented that “SAGSE is, was and will be the most important event of the year.” In terms of Latin America he might not be too far wrong.