Dates confirmed: SAGSE Latam 2024 to take place on March 20 and 21

After a successful edition this year, SAGSE Latam continues to establish itself as the key meeting point for gaming industry professionals in Latin America, and this week it was confirmed that the next edition of the event will be held on March 20-21, 2024.

“With a focus on innovation, the latest trends, and business opportunities, this fair has earned a prominent place in the calendars of all those involved in the gaming industry,” said the organizers of the event, which aims to provide an opportunity to explore the latest developments and establish valuable connections in the industry.

SAGSE Latam 2023 exceeded all expectations, attracting a diverse and enthusiastic audience of more than 2,500 professionals and renowned companies, the organizers noted. The exhibition showcased a variety of products and services, from cutting-edge technology to gaming solutions, and provided a great platform for knowledge sharing, collaboration, and networking.

Attendees were able to participate in a wide range of conferences and expert panels, where industry leaders shared their vision and perspectives on current challenges and opportunities. In addition, the show featured state-of-the-art product exhibits, live demonstrations, and valuable business opportunities.

With the resounding success of this year’s event, expectations for SAGSE Latam 2024 are even higher. The organizers are working hard to deliver “an even more impressive exhibition, with an enriching program and a wide range of products and services,” according to the organizers.

They further invited those interested in participating to mark their calendars for March 20 and 21, 2024, to be part of this experience at the Hilton Buenos Aires Hotel and Convention Center.

In an exclusive interview with Yogonet after this year’s event, Alan Burak, Vice President of Monografie, said: “The balance is undoubtedly very positive. We worked to offer an exclusive and high-level event designed to be very productive for the exhibitors and effective for the operators and regulators who visited us, and the result exceeded our best estimates.”

“The most qualified public of the region massively walked the halls of the fair, the support of the companies was overwhelming, and the satisfaction of all is the best summary of our balance,” he concluded.