"ICE North America has been super enriching"
(Boston).- In an interview conducted within the framework of ICE North America, Cynthia Fragoso, Vice President of Responsible Gaming of AIEJA (Association of Performers, Operators and Suppliers of the Entertainment Industry and Betting in Mexico), gave her impressions of this first event in Boston and its expectations for Juegos Miami, which is very close to be realized.
About her participation in ICE North America, Fragoso commented: "It has been very enriching; I really liked seeing the latest technology, the most innovative for online games and online sports betting. The best companies have showed us what they have for the market. That has enchanted me, I think it has been super enriching. "
She also gave her opinion about the ICE Vox conference cycle, which offers integrated learning and networking in the same space designed for that purpose. "It has been enriching to learn by industry professionals. We have had the opportunity to talk to people who can change or regulate online gaming and betting. They are influential people in the future of the use of these technologies and it is very enriching to learn from people who know and who are at the forefront of these issues".
On the other hand, she spoke about Juegos Miami, the event that will be held at the Biltmore Hotel from May 28 to 31 and in which this year Mexico is the jurisdiction that will preside over the show.
"Juegos Miami is very important for Latin America because it gives us the opportunity to coexist with our counterparts in the other countries that make up Latin America. Although we do not have laws that resemble one another, we do have common denominators: we have the same problems and we can learn from how different countries solve them; we can exchange ideas to enrich each our spaces; We can take the Latin American client, who is different from the rest of the world, for experiences that please him; and above all, it is very enriching to know how the other countries are at the forefront in the legislation of things such as online that for Latin America is an interesting market and that it has not been able to be regulated at all. So it's an opportunity to exchange ideas and learn from our counterparts," she said.