EGT reports the best G2E show ever

Oct 04, 2017

During this year’s G2E exhibition Euro Games Technology had the most crowded booth than ever before during the event. The company welcomed customers and prospects from the U.S., all over Europe, South America, Asia and Africa and achieved its highest sales results on the spot than all previous editions of the show.

The team of Reel Games Inc., the regional partner of EGT for the U.S., commented that visitors’ attention was mainly directed towards the Curved cabinets P-42V Up and St and the jackpot systems 3 Happy Hits, 4 Happy Hits, Cai Shen and Diamond Life with its new multigame mix “Multi-2”, based on the Exciter III platform.

Many new installations in the country are upcoming not only in Florida, but also in other jurisdictions. The Fu Gui Rong Hua Chinese-themed jackpot is awaiting certification for the U.S. any moment, ready to enter several casino establishments as well. Super Premier and Super Premier 75 were definitely eye-catchers, having high sales potential, as well as the T-Line touch roulette table of EGT Multiplayer with 12 gaming stations and an automated wheel.

“The G2E show was truly amazing! Our clients from South America opted mainly for the P-24/24 Up cabinet, the P-27/27 St Slim model and the Curved models, equipped with the Collection series multigames, each of 48 titles. We are also planning many new deliveries for Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Chile where we become more and more popular and G2E is a central event for our growth strategy in that region too. Many important deals were inked during the event and even more are about to be concluded in near future,” shared Stanislav Stanev, sales and marketing director of EGT.

Busy was the schedule also of EGT Interactive and the Spider CMS division. Aside from meeting with many current and potential customers and revealing more exciting aspects of EGT’s product portfolio, their teams also reported new sales agreements with the operators and a trend of constantly increasing interest in their solutions.

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