n the academic event of the closing of the III International Gaming Congress, CIJUEGO 2012, the General Director of the event, Jose Anibal Aguirre, referred himself to the presence of all the actors of this business in the splendid auditorium of the Westin Hotel in Lima in the following way: “To reach this concentration scenario has not been an easy task, and I am aware that together with all of you, the academic knowledge and technological offer that this exclusive and at the same time plural meeting offers, imposes greater challenges towards the future on us, and opens new and important perspectives in the development of these kinds of business in the country.”
All the directors and suggestions expressed by the lecturers on Business Coaching and Market Strategies have been ample and favorably commented by the two hundred participants who filled Cusco Hall.
On the second day of the lectures, the attendees to the lecture of Fernando Pagani, of IGT, listened to his topic Games Backed by Servers, marking the difference between these and games based on servers, a difference which is not only semantic, but a technological one. SBX is the game backed by the IGT brand server which the assistants were abe to appreciate its characteristics and advantages.
The directive staff of the regulating department of Mincetur, was in charge of opening an expected and necessary space for chats with the operating company representatives of game halls and casinos located in the Peruvian territory. In the Forum-Workshop there was a petition for postponing the initiation of machine interconnection foreseen for next July 7.
This request was replied by Manuel San Roman, an engineer, explaining that a new law would have to be produced by the Congress of the Republic, which would be very difficult to include in its procedure right now, inside the legislative agenda that is taking place.
Nevertheless, there is the option, for now, to postpone the On-Line of some of the casino machines and implement it in many slot machines. Engineer San Roman highlighted once again the undeniable advance in the legislation of the industry, and expressed that mainly there will be a margin of tolerance toward the new technological era.
The II Latin American Gaming Associations treated some of the proposed topics: Regulations of the different countries and Business Social Responsibility, adding to these two important topics, the initiative and decision of summoning a Latin American Summit for Regulators during CIJUEGO 2013. This way, both the associations and authorities of each country could analyze the situation in the gaming industry in their nations in search of a purpose identity to achieve a strengthened sector and open communication between regulators and regulated.
Sponsors IGT, Spielo, GLI and Mundo Video ratified their interest in the continuity of CIJUEGO for next year and were pleased with the facilities of the Hotel Westin Libertador, equipped with state of the art equipment and services in an intelligent building, served by the highest professional personnel.