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SAGSE Buenos Aires concluded its most successful edition last Friday

Last week, Buenos Aires had its fifteenth exhibition for the gambling sector and opened its doors to companies from all parts of the world, which arrived in the country to offer its latest developments. The event had a great production and once again it broke records on quantity of metres and exhibitors.

The traditional Buenos Aires event lived three days full of public and splendour (altough last Friday afternoon there was a bit decrease in public), and it closed its fifteenth edition at 9 pm that day.

When talking about the show, exhibitors agreed that it was very successful; they praised the organization (which was very meticulous and professional) and remarked the transformation of the event in this last two years, because this edition received less cassual public and more executives and businessmen with power to negociate and purchase equipments.

The great quantity of foreign exhibitors was one of the highlights of the event, because
Argentine firms added to the important number of international companies that aim to expand their markets to South America, so SAGSE offered them an excellent exhibition frame.

The focus that attracted more attention during the event, as it happened in previous editions, were the booths belonging to machine manufacturers, both national and international. The central pavilion (destinated mainly to Argentine firms), showed a high level of developments in the sector of electronic roulettes and slots, and the participation of international companies offered more variety and jerarchy to the Argentininan exhibition. Another highlight was the sector dedicated to amusement, which offered a new profile of visitors to the trade event.

SAGSE offered this year a model edition, more meticulous and profitable to its exhibitors. This way, Buenos Aires event becomes a shop window for Latin America, and confirms that it is among the three or four main international shows of the sector.