After 16,30 hs yesterday, the doors of the Las Vegas Convention Center closed and a new edition of Global Gaming Expo came to an end, breaking records of exhibitors and attracting the attention of the whole industry to the world gambling capital.
For three days, more than 750 companies showcased their products and services at the Convention Center, and more than 140 conferences allowed worldwide executives to debate about the most important issues of the sector.
The two first days counted with a very important amount of visitors which were attracted by the main slot manufacturers due to a remarkable number of releases and latest generation developments. And yesterday, although the flow of public was important, the corridors of the event seemed to have less executives.
On the closure, organizers assured that the balance was positive, because they considered that “all participants of the event felt satisfied with the result”. “We are very happy with the balance of the show,” assured Courtney Muller, VP of Reed Exhibitions, who added: “the response we received, both from exhibitors and visitors, makes us see that it was an excellent event for all of them, with clients from all parts of the world, because, on top of the fact of having received visits from the local market, we had participation of Europe, Asia and Latin America”.
“To be honest, when exhibitors tell us they are happy with the result, we consider it is a success. This is the way in which we measure the effectiveness of this event”, pointed Muller, and commented that, in order to analize this conformity, they constantly had people asking for the exhibitors’ satisfaction, “and results have been very positive”, she confessed. “I think people felt that the way in which we promote the show is as it was finally performed”, assured the executive of Reed Exhibitions.
The fact is that, one more time, the international gambling mecca gathered thousands of executives, and was the epicentre of international releases of the most remarkable manufacturers worldwide, who gave their support to G2E, putting it among one of the main events for the worldwide gambling industry.