gain, Banamex Center, located in the Federal District, was venue of the Latin American Games of Chance Exhibition (ELA), which, this year, was larger, maintaining the growing trend that is experimenting since its creation in 2008.
The exhibition opened its doors to the public at 12 p.m. (previously, it had taken place a successful day of the series of conferences EY!10 Mexico, organized by Yogonet, that counted with the assistance of around 180 people), and those who visited the event yesterday afternoon could find a tidy business event, which this year counts with the presence of around 145 exhibitors, and who remarks the important investment of some companies in the construction and design of their stands.
With regards to the public, the event had, during great part of the day, a great number of visitors. According to Carlos García, responsible of the event, the outcome was very positive for many reasons, but, above all, “the support received by Segob is very important, because it is the first time that the Mexican government backs the show, and has participated actively in the event.”
“We count with partial data, but during the first day, we exceeded the affluence of public on previous editions, around 2,000 people. We know tomorrow a lot of visitors will join us, so we are very satisfied with these results and we think that tomorrow we will maintain a very important volume of people in ELA,” added García.
“We count with Segob support, on behalf of the Mexican government, we also have operators grouped in the Association of Games and Draws Licensees, we have the support of the manufacturers, who have participated in this event and have assured their presence next year, so we can say that we have the base to support ELA.”
Today it will be the second and last day of ELA 2010 edition, which, as yesterday, will be open from 12p.m. to 7 p.m.