Mexico’s capital city will host the III Iberoamerican Gaming Summit during May 17th and 18th, 2016. Following the success of the two previous editions in Madrid, as well as the firm compromise to strengthen this sectoral forum showed by the attendees, the III Iberoamerican Gaming Summit arrives to Latin American soil.

 

The Government of Mexico, through the General Directorate for Gaming and Lotteries of the Secretariat of the Interior (SEGOB, by its initials in Spanish), also participates in this important international forum, where Spanish and Latinamerican businessmen and regulators will share their experiences.

 

Under the heading “Gaming Diplomacy: a new integrating element”, the III Summit sets the goal of pursuing the debate and conversation among the industry’s stakeholders, aiming to advance towards further state to state collaboration and synergies generation. The Summit will bring the opportunity to strengthen governmental and business links, and would close up with the signature of a joint declaration.

 

Consolidated as a sectoral analysis platform at the global level, the III Summit meets the need to facilitate a recognized debate scenario where knowledge and experiences could be shared, helping to boost this key economic sector.

 

Once again, the Summit will focus on the most relevant and engaging topics, from regulatory affairs to safety, innovation, responsible gaming or opportunities in Latinamerican emerging markets, while getting closer to these markets.

 

The III Iberoamerican Gaming Summit is organized by Jak Comunicación and counts on the collaboration of SEGOB, as well as the Summit’s Technical Secretariat and the international firm Kreab.