Slovenian casino equipment brand Interblock DD will have its new Asia Pacific leadership team and its award-winning products at G2E Asia 2015.
Interblock is a specialist in fully and semi-automated electronic gaming tables and video gaming machines for casinos, gaming arcades and gambling halls.
“The Asia Pacific region is one where the tradition of table games plays a tremendous role in the gaming landscape. Our line of luxury electronic table games gives players a new way to enjoy their favourite games, while bringing an added touch of luxury to the gaming floor,” said gaming sales expert Cameron Louis, who was recently named the company’s senior vice president of Asia Pacific.
The brand says it has steadily built its market share across the Asia Pacific region in recent years, with installations of equipment in Australia, Cambodia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Macau and Vietnam.
“Our success to this point is just the beginning. We have more than ever to offer our casino customers, and we are very excited for G2E Asia,” said Mr Louis.
Products on display at the show will include:
The brand says it offers products and technical support in more than 130 jurisdictions across the world.
Interblock is at stand 759.
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