The booth of Euro Games Technology at SAGSE Panama 2015 welcomed a multitude of clients and prospects from a wide range of countries and the show resulted in many new partnerships from Latin and Central America. “This year’s SAGSE Panama was of much larger scale as number of participants and attendance and the effect for EGT was almost imminent. Very soon most of our gaming machines will set foot on Plaza Casino’s floor in Curacao, where we are about to make a sizable installation. We have also received strong interest from other casino operators and we find the reason for that in our commitment to the market in Panama and the region and in our products optimization to the local requirements. The feedback we have received at the event proved that we are headed to the right direction,” shared Nadia Popova, Director of the EGT office in Panama.
Having been a centerpiece at EGT’s booth, Egypt Quest four level progressive jackpot is tailored to the regional market specifics and has already experienced several successful key installations in the Caribbean. More are to follow soon after SAGSE Panama, as product’s easy betting concept, optimal number of games in the multigame mix, and special custom settings gained high appraisal from the visitors.
The Premier Series has already proven its reputation also in the Caribbean region and the P-24/24 Up sales are constantly rising up. This is why most of the attention was for the showcased slant top cabinet P-24/24 St Slim, gathering not only positive reviews from the audience, but having already marked its first installation in Cartagena, Colombia. The jackpot solution Cat 4 Cash and the STORK multiplayer terminal are also gaining momentum among casino operators and players alike.
“SAGSE Panama has always been a highly appreciated occasion to stay connected with our customers and to keep abreast of the gaming industry in the region. Having received a strong interest in our product offerings, we are looking forward to seize the opportunities the Caribbean market will present us with in near future,” concluded Mrs. Popova.