fter noon, the authorities of the show invited a group of well known executives of the gaming industry to open the fifth edition of the ELA. Alfonso Pérez Lizaur, President of Asociación de Permisionarios de Juegos y Sorteos de México, cut the ribbon to let visitors enter the exhibiting floor to meet with a very neat show, sober and elegant.
The exhibition showed crowded corridors in the early hours, then the event was quite slow during a couple of hours and, after five in the afternoon, the visitors returned invery good numbers until it closed at 19 pm.
The general consensus indicated that the exhibiting firms in ELA were satisfied with the preliminary results, as the event gathered many of the most important local operators, making possible the generation of value contacts and even sealing some business deals.
The absence of some of the most important international slots manufacturers didn’t overshadow the show. Meanwhile, the opening of local market to live table games allowed the organizers to call a new range of exhibitors, which compensated the mentioned absences and generated a good business environment, with no negative issues to mention.
During the the morning, many visitors accompanied the evolution of the EY! Yogonet conference event, which helped with the positioning of a show that will have this afternoon its second and final day, waiting to consolidate its leading position in the Latin American exhibition calendar.