- The event’s organizers present the Summit’s program.
- Current issues and highly interesting topics for the industry will be addressed, such as technology, advertising, operation and regulation debates.
Madrid, May 20th 2015. – There is less than a month left before the celebration of the II Iberoamerican Gaming Summit, which will be held at the Teatro Real of Madrid on June 16th and 17th. Under the heading “Gaming, a common bond: facing challenges, opening markets”, Iberoamerican actors and regulators of this sector will meet at the event.
Regulators from different Latin American countries have already confirmed their attendance. Renato Hamel, Superintendente of Casinos de Juego (Chile); Eric Iván Ríos, Secretario Ejecutivo of the Junta de Control de Juegos (Panama); Luis Felipe Cangas, new General Director for Juegos y Sorteos (Mexico), and Fernando Mendoza Rojas, Conajzar member and Director of the Beneficencia Directorate (Paraguay), as well as a representative regulator from Brazil, are among them.
Attendees will have the chance to analyze, debate and get to know the newest milestones of the industry through this event, where current and important issues for the gaming sector will be addressed. In addition to speeches about topics like money laundering or an analysis regarding gaming-oriented Lead, the II Iberoamerican Gaming Summit will present four round tables in which technology, advertising, operations and regulation matters will be discussed.
Once again, the Directorate-General for Gambling Management, part of the Spanish Ministry for Finance and Public Administration, collaborates with the II Iberoamerican Gaming Summit.
Carlos Hernández Rivera, General Director of this body, will be in charge of the event’s opening.
This meeting serves as an international analysis platform for the gaming industry. Furthermore, it will constitute a unique space to present the newest milestones of the sector and where current issues will be discussed.