ith an integral concept of marketing, communications and advertising, based in e-commerce support and addressed to manufacturers and operators in the gaming international markets, E-Gaming Expo currently develops its first demo as a virtual event, with the aim to communicate the scope of the project and responding –according to its organizers- to the interest of manufacturers and companies that wish to connect to this innovative development.
The commercialization phase of the project is on, and in the 11th version of the Andean Games of Chance Event, FADJA, to be held April 22-23, in the International Business and Exhibition Center Corferias, E-Gaming Expo will be presented among exhibitors and operators from US, Australia, Germany, Slovenia, China, Bulgaria, Italy, Taiwan, Spain, France, Argentina, England, Russia, Holland, Greece, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Panama, Canada, Mexico, Brazil and Japan, among other Central America and Caribbean countries.
“E - Gaming Expo is a virtual event that allows the interactive and graphic exhibition, with a permanent and renewed offer of products, equipment and service for the games of chance industry worldwide, the 365 days of the year. The Internet user will have access to each of the pavilions in which he will be able to navigate and find the different products and brands that will be exhibiting traditional and new equipments, see the physical and technological features in detail, allowing to contact directly the sales and customer service departments within the page, adapting to the global conditions of the e-commerce,” affirms José Aníbal Aguirre, CEO of the project.
E-Gaming Expo has chosen the well-known Argentine company belonging to Zacarías Leone, ZL-SSC, for the development and project maintenance, and will have the technological platform of Flash MX software and will be hosted in the own web-servers of ZL-SSC, that will bring latest-generation multi-media design with an excellent information architecture, guarantee of easy use and interaction of audio, text, image and video.