s a courtesy to exhibitors taking part at ELA 2009, their stands have been held over for them until early September. Many already confirmed their presence at this year’s edition of the event in July (EIBE, IGT, Bally, Metronia, FBM, Zitro, Novomatic, Shock Machine, Alfastreet, BetStone, Steel Gaming, Sielcon, Cadillac Jack, Win System, Bingames, Elaut, Arrow, etc.).
Added to the fact that several multinationals who did not take part at this year’s edition, such as WMS Gaming and Astro Corp, have already signed up for stands, and others, such as Aristocrat, Unidesa, Konami and Atronic have made reservations, ELA 2010 promises to be a massive success as regards exhibitors, buyers and visitors.
In this new phase, ELA’s marketing and sales teams in Latin America, Europe, the USA and Asia are now offering the few stands available with over 8 months to go to the fair. To see which stands are available, click on this link to the floor plan: http://www.expoazar.com/2010/eng/plano.php
Because of intense industry interest in ELA 2010, the organisers have taken the full area of Room C at Centro Banamex. This is almost 2000 sqm more than 2009, bringing the total up to 9000 sqm. One more year, ELA will have important political support from the Mexican Association of Gaming Licensees (APJSAC).
Likewise, the “3rd Ibero-American Meeting of Gaming Operators” will also be held in conjunction with ELA 2010, with the presence of major gaming operators from Latin America, Spain and Portugal. Full information on ELA 2010, in Spanish and English, is available at www.expoazar.com.