Euro Games Technology will showcase its latest technological solutions at Belgrade Future Gaming 2022. The visitors of the show will be able to try them out on May 31 and June 1 at the company’s stand E1.
Aleksandar Kliska, General Director of EGT Group d.o.o. Serbia, promises that the Bulgarian manufacturer will stay true to the tradition and will have another memorable participation in the show: "Having in mind the selection of products to be shown, I can say with confidence that we will have very impressive performance. The main accent will be placed on the latest EGT’s series of slot cabinets General, highly appreciated by both casino operators and gaming audience for their elegant yet extremely ergonomic design. They will present the rich world of multigames of General and Power Series, as well as the highly-potential Bell Link jackpot, which already has a number of installations and it seems that it will become one of the top products in EGT's portfolio.”
The slot selection will be complemented by the absolute bestseller from the Premier Series P-24/24 Up supplied with Collection Series multigames. EGT's multiplayer developments will be presented by the well-known S-Line Series terminals S32 32 32 and S32 connected to a roulette center and equipped with King 4 HD, Multiplay 1, and Royal 1 multigames.
EGT’s casino management system Spider will demonstrate its latest modules as well. At display will be also EGT Digital's games, the jackpot solutions Bell Link and High Cash, and the X-Nave iGaming platform,all-in-one solution consisting of several modules, some of which can either be integrated as a standalone product or bundled together with the platform.
“The market in Serbia is successfully recovering from COVID restrictions and I’m very happy that we will participate in Belgrade Future Gaming once again, because that will help EGT solidify its leadership positions and will significantly increase its market share, not only in the territory of the Republic of Serbia but also in the neighboring countries such as Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina,” concluded Mr. Kliska.