The Latin American gaming exhibition has more than 200 national and international exhibitors and the support of all the institutions that regulate the gambling activity, which will be present in the five main pavilions of Costa Salguero Center.
“SAGSE is the greatest event, so it has been declared of economic interest by the House of Legislators of the City of Buenos Aires. Last year, the business volume exceeded USD 300 million during the three=day exhibition”, according to the organizers in a recent press release.
This year, SAGSE counts with the presence of IGT, that will present “all its products and its innovative online system, together with the best manufacturers of electronic roulettes and slots”, assured sources of Monografie, who added: “We will also have an important booth belonging to Formanova (national manufacturers of chairs and furniture), on top of all the products for the gambling sector, including architecture, carpets, illumination, security equipments and all the materials for the development of games of chance, such as table games, chairs, cards, chips, etc, and a sector dedicated to the entertainment sector and video games”.
“In its 16th years, SAGSE has achieved the leadership in Latin America and has been positioned as the third exhibition worldwide, after Las Vegas and London events, with respect regards the market ethic and accompanied by the whole industry, specially the national industry”, said the organizers of the exhibition.
They anticipated that more than 3,500 visitors from all Latin American countries and the rest of the world have been pre-registered, and invitations have been sent to more than 18,000 businessmen around the world. “This direct marketing campaign has the aim to guarantee the visit of the most remarkable operators”, informed Monografie.
Within 2008 edition, held for the fourth time in a row with the Series of Conferences Ey08! Encuentro Yogonet, mainly focused in relevant issues for a sector that is constantly growing. “SAGSE is the best meeting point for businessmen of the Latin American gaming sector,” concluded the sources.