With a particularly strong focus in the Mexican marketMexico | 23/04/2010
(Mexico).- Following its successful debut at Mexican ELA 2009, Austrian Gaming Industries, the wholly owned subsidiary of the Novomatic Group of Companies together with its recently established subsidiary Crown Gaming Mexico, will combine to showcase a broad product portfolio.
Within EY!2010 Congress in MexicoMexico | 19/04/2010
(Mexico).- Within ELA Mexico event, Yogonet will organize a series of conferences in which the latest developments in Class II and Class III machines will have a remarkable space. Part of this profile is reaffirmed with the conference “Slots Managers: What does the Mexican operator buy nowadays,” which will be held May 7th at 9,00 a.m. in Salón Palacio de Iturbe 1 and 2, Banamex Center.
The session will be carried out May 6th in Mexico CityMexico | 14/04/2010
(Mexico).- Within ELA Mexico exhibition, Yogonet will organize a series of conferences that will analyze several important issues for the Mexican market. Among them, it is the talk “Mexico and its challenge in the Certification of Equipments”, to be held May 6th at 11,30 in Salón Palacio de Iturbe 1 y 2, Banamex Center.
To be held in Mexico City over 6-7 May next at Centro BanamexMexico | 01/03/2010
(Mexico).- Mexico gaming continues its unstoppable expansion. New gaming venues, equipped with hundreds of state-of-the-art slots, continue to open throughout the country. The tendency is set to increase over the coming years, accompanied by exceptional market growth. This growth will be reflected in the 3rd edition of the Mexican Gaming Exhibition - ELA.
It will be held over 6-7 March at Centro Banamex in Mexico CityMexico | 11/02/2010
(Mexico).- Expoazar, organiser of the Latin-American Gaming Exhibition – ELA 2010, has announced the fifth and final extension of the event, to give entry to the many companies on the waiting list anxious to participate at the event.
This way, it added 15 companies that were in the waiting listMexico | 26/01/2010
(Mexico).- Last week, the Latin-American Gaming Exhibition (ELA) informed that once more it had to increase its exhibition area to make space for over 15 companies on the waiting list for stands.