ith these new additions, the 4th Latin-American Gaming Exhibition will showcase over 60 companies directly, with over 100 more being represented.
Big names include Hispano-Brazilians EIBE-Ortiz Gaming and Global Zitro; US firms WMS Gaming, Shuffle Master, Cadillac Jack, PokerTek, Digideal, VGT, Part Street, Arrow and Spin; Alfastreet, Metronia, Apex Gaming, Atronic, Betstone, Gold Club, Zuum, Win Systems, Magistr and Quixant from Europe; Ainsworth, from Australia; Brazilians Shock Machine, FBM Gaming and Brabingo; Mexicans Sabia Corporation, Bemex, Grupo Amusgo, Dimatuvi, Steel Gaming, Litogama, Nyce, Adimsa, Offichair, TebonClass, Qualmex, Nextplay México and Mex Latin American Lock, along with Sielcon, Tecnobison, Gaming Signs, Caribbean Gaming Distributors, Hanco and Cattan, among others, from other parts of Latin America.
With such massive demand, stand space has become very limited, and the organisers are seriously considering further extending the exhibition space to make room for all those wishing to take part.
"We are very happy with the interest shown in ELA yet again. We are receiving emails every day from companies wishing to take part, many wanting large stands. However, there are no large stands left. Accordingly, one of the major subjects for discussion at our next Committee meeting will be whether to further expand our exhibition area. We are seriously considering the possibility, as we wouldn't like to see anybody left out. It is clear that the authorisation of certain traditional games in Mexico has encouraged many Casino suppliers.
ELA 2011 will also be an overwhelmingly international affair. The list of countries represented is getting longer and longer.
All of these factors, plus a few more surprises that we will reveal shortly, will make ELA 2011 a unique event for the world gaming industry", remarked Pablo G. Jara, managing director of Expoazar.
All the information (Spanish and English) about ELA 2011 os available at www.expoazar.com