EGTs products a complete standout at the Caribbean Gaming Show
Mar 22, 2011
3-4 March 2011 marked EGT's debut appearance at the Caribbean Gaming Show in the Dominican Republic, where our products attracted significant interest.
The exhibition itself might have not been from the most crowded ones; however it proved to be very successful for EGT. Company management and sales representatives had the opportunity to meet personally with most of its potential customers in the Dominican Republic. All visitors on our booth, both casino operators and players were extremely thrilled with our product line.
In Santo Domingo, EGT presented its full ranges of multi-game software. The Vega Vision® Multi Series were presented in the sophisticated Vega Vision® Upright cabinet, featuring an elegant design, two 19" monitors and connected to EGT`s advanced Classic Blend® Jackpot. The system allows connection of up to 128 EGT`s machines, maintains up to 3 Mystery Jackpots, common for all denominations and machines and keeps up to 24 independent, Symbol Driven Progressive Jackpots, with 4 denominations each.
EGT's widescreen Vega Vision+® Series also attracted significant attention. Comprising the cabinets Vega Vision+® Upright with two 22" widescreen monitors and the Vega Vision+ Slant Top, with a 22" main widescreen and a 26" help widescreen; along with a wide variety of attractive games and multi-game compilations is a guarantee for maximum player excitement, top quality standards and superior gaming mix designed to enhance both operators and players satisfaction.
"EGT is currently into the procedure of obtaining its manufacturer license for the Dominican Republic gaming market, announced Mr. Vladimir Dokov, Managing Director for EGT. We believe our product can help local operators introduce a new brand with extreme potential for entertaining their customers. Our products were a complete standout at the show and we are also pleased to announce we have initiated negotiations with Caribbean Gaming Distributors for a more in depth presence penetration on the Caribbean gaming market."