he greatest part of the Mexican market of casinos and gambling venues is attended by manufacturers with venue in Latin America. Such is the case of Ortiz Gaming, EIBE, Zitro, Metronia, FBM Gaming, Shock Machine, Sielcon, Sabia Corporation, Steel Gaming, TecnoBison, DEK International, Gaming Signs, Foster Casino Supplier, Bingames, Grupo Amusgo, Caribbean Gaming Distributors, Legendary Gaming, Hanco, Litogama and AG Lighting, among others.
The second place, according to the statistics, is occupied by North American companies, many of which have already hired or booker their stand, like WMS Gaming, Bluberi, Shuffle Master, VGT and Arrow.
The third place in Mexico belongs to Europe. Top-level and worldwide known firms have already suscribed their agreements with ELA, such as Atronic, Alfastreet, Apex Gaming, Belatra, Gold Club, Betstone, Merkur Gaming, The Global Draw, Zuum, EGT, Zest Gaming, Ludicus, Win Systems and Hispania Casino Equipment.
Besides, Spanish.speaking newsletters, with their main venues in Argentina and Spain, are renovating day after day their collaboration with the Mexican event. It is happening with Yogonet, DingNews, Zona de Azar, i-Gaming News, Sector del Juego, la Web del Juego, todoeljuego.com, Sala 36, elrecreativo.com, Juego Integral and juegoyocio.com, among others.
The same has happened with the written press, for example, Casinos de Latinoamérica, Revista Casino Perú, Games Magazine, Casino International Americano, Sector Latinoamérica; as well as Asian firms Game Time International and Hot Games; or European companies such as European Casinos, The Elite or Intergaming.
“Everything shows us that ELA will be, once more, a new success for the participating companies, and those that do not have a booth will surely have one for the following edition”, assured sources of the organization.
Six months before the inauguration of a new edition of the Latin American Games of Chance exhibition, ELA 2011, the 90% of the exhibiting area is already booked and the 65% of the total is hired.
“Prospect of success cannot be more positive, considering that thecommercialization of stands has not started for the industry in general yet. At the moment, negotiations are only being held with exhibitors that participated last May in ELA 2010 so they can take advantage of choosing the location of their spaces first, with regards to the rest of the manufacturers. The start of the booths’ sale will take place during the second half of October”, stated its organizers.
The fourth edition of ELA will be held in Mexico City next May 4-5. For more information: to www.expoazar.com.