n addition to deals with digital publications, ELA also renewed its press sponsorship agreements with Casinos de Latinoamérica and Revista Casino Perú, from Latin America; Intergaming and European Casinos-The Elite, from Europe, and Asian publications Game Time International and Hot Games – all in addition to the deals signed in late 2011.
Once more, ELA is working together with the major media from Latin America, Europe and Asia, reinforcing the definitive consolidation of the event in the annual gaming schedule.
On top of the media presence, it is important to remark the organization of EY!2012 Encuentro Yogonet Mexico, the series of conferences within ELA event, that, through the meeting of several top executives, treates issues of interest for the Mexican gaming market.
“It comes to consolidate this expo within the annual schedule. US hosts dozens of gaming events of all types: big and small, generic and specialised. Likewise, Europe holds almost twenty events of that kind. However, Latin America only has four important events (ELA, Argentina, Peru and Colombia), along with two small showrooms (Dominican Republic and Panama), added ELA organizers.
“The small number of trade shows held in Latin America explains the importance of the total support given to ELA by the media. And, with three months to go before doors open at ELA 2012, to be held over 16-17 May, there is still time for more such deals to be struck”, the organizers concluded.