"The event turned out to be greater than we expected; we had over 130 visitors from Colombia. Local trade associations like Cornazar were also present, and our overall impression is great, so we are already thinking about hosting a 2020 edition in this country with a fuller agenda and more international sponsors that have already shown interest in participating," said Alan Burak, GET In Global CEO. "Attendees were really into GET In’s format, the parallel events we prepared also met our expectations and the educational content left everyone wanting more."
It is worth noting that GET In Medellín had the support of companies such as Luckia, Wplay, BetPlay, JCM, BYA, Aruze, BetConstruct, Chem-Tronic, Alfastreet, Altenar, Novomatic, End 2 End as a multiplayer bingo platform, Quinel as the official lab, ASAP as the official customs carrier, Yogonet as the exclusive media outlet, trade associations Coljuegos, Fecoljuegos, Cortazar and Asobares, and representatives of international events such as SiGMA and G2E Las Vegas.
"In the morning, over 60 experts took part in in the technical segment while in the afternoon, around 70 local executives participated in the management section of the event’s agenda. Lunch was also held at our exclusive area in Cornazar’s revolving restaurant, sponsored by End 2 End," Burak said. "I’d like to highlight the high quality of the program we managed to bring to Colombia, the speakers were remarkable and the overall outcome of the event exceeded our expectations by far."
As regards future plans, organizers said that on August 23, they will be hosting GET In Parrillada Monterrey in Mexico, then, they will be heading to Paraguay with GET In Ciudad del Este on September 17, and they also announced that for October, they have scheduled a new online event in Buenos Aires, a few days prior to November’s GET In Mexico DF.