SAGSE Latam 2022 authorities closed their 30° anniversary edition Thursday in Buenos Aires and positively assessed their return to in-person exposition format.
“The outcome is undoubtedly positive. We imagined an exclusive, high-level event: efficient for exhibitors and productive for the operators and regulators who visited us. And we achieved to have the most qualified audience in the region present, the support from the most important companies in the market, and a high level of business and the satisfaction of all people present. We definitely enter our 30° year of business with the certainty that the future will be even more promising than our history“.
This is how Monografie Vice President Alan Burak summarized Thursday the experience at the Hilton Buenos Aires Hotel and Convention Center, during the last day of this new edition of the traditional Argentinian fair, now in a new venue and with a more efficient format compared to previous years.
In the morning, Monografie held its SAGSE Talks segment in its in-person format, with 130 participants in which a series of panels of national authorities and companies revisited the current status and trends that concern the gaming industry.
The proposal was later taken to the exposition floor, where the second and final day of the exhibition took place, featuring a networking and product showcasing mix that called hundreds of executives and businesspeople, both local and foreign.
The general assessment by the companies who attended the fair was positive, supported by the recovery period that Argentina is currently going through, along with the new regulations on the online segment which broaden the business map in the country.
“We want to thank the support by the participant companies. Now we have to keep working looking ahead, satisfied with the results of this edition of the event, but always with our heads in the improvement of this new format. In a few days we will be attending ICE London, where we already have arranged meetings with heavy-weight European companies, and we hope we will be able to bring important news for SAGSE and the entire industry”, concluded Burak.
The executive, evidently satisfied with the outcome of the event, left a concept lingering that had a ripple effect in most of the attendees: SAGSE has an extensive history, but it has an undoubtedly great future ahead.