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UK – G3 appoints James Marrison as Latin America correspondent

By - 18 March 2013

Gaming Publishing is pleased to announce the appointment of James Marrison as Latin America Correspondent for G3 magazine and G3Newswire. The appointment will see the reporting of news directly from the region with Marrison located in Buenos Aires, Argentina and having almost a decade of experience covering the gaming industry in Latin America.

“As we continue to expand the international reach of G3 magazine and G3Newswire, we recognise the importance of providing specialised local news coverage and information from each of the individual gaming markets that we cover,” commented G3 Editor, Lewis Pek. “Latin America is a hugely important market right now and we want to provide our readers with the very best up-to-the-minute reporting from the region. The appointment of James Marrison as G3 Latin America Correspondent keeps our readers in touch with the big issues affecting the continent and provides us with a professional source of information for which G3 is renowned.”

James Marrison commented on the appointment: “I’m delighted to join the G3 team and look forward to working on both the G3Newswire and G3 magazine to provide first rate coverage of the Latin American market.” Marrison has been living in Buenos Aires, Argentina for 15 years. With a masters in history from Edinburgh University and a broad background in journalism, Marrison has been tracing the developments in the complex and ever changing Latin American gaming market for almost 10 years. Marrison regularly interviews and talks to suppliers and industry professionals from every aspect of the gaming industry in Latin America and has written in-depth features on every country in the region keeping industry professionals up-to-date with developments in the market. As well as covering news and writing features for print media, Marrison is also a contract consultant for a number of gaming market intelligence and data teams in the UK.

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