Electronic table games supplier Spintec d.o.o. is highlighting its Aura Multigame amphitheatre at Global Gaming Expo (G2E) Asia 2019 in Macau. The Slovenian company’s press release said it would exhibit at the trade show to be held from May 21 to May 23 at The Venetian Macao.
A statement issued by Spintec noted the company already had a strong position in Asian markets, a part of the world with some of the fastest growth in casino gaming business in terms of consumer demand and equipment supply.
The statement added that it had a majority share of the automated roulette installations in the Macau casino market, via its “Karma Roulette” product. The company further stated it would have its full range of products on show in Macau.
“Our highlights at this year’s G2E Asia will be [the] ‘Aura’ multigame amphitheatre, an ultimate gaming solution distinguished by its unparalleled comfort, and designed for all the players’ needs,” the statement quoted Spintec regional sales manager Primoz Krsevan as saying.
“We guarantee longer gaming sessions and, consequently, higher revenues for the operators,” added Mr Krsevan.
Spintec said its Aura gaming terminals were ideal for what it termed “amphitheatre” setups – sometimes also referred to in the industry as “stadium” configurations – whereby multiple gaming terminals can be arranged in a horseshoe pattern on the casino floor. Depending on the regulations or patents applicable to particular markets, it can mean the arrangement can offer live, automated and virtual games in one multigame experience.
The statement said Spintec’s amphitheatre gaming setups were fully customisable, meaning they offered the casino operator great operational flexibility. As well as offering amphitheatre-style gaming, Spintec noted that its Karma compact electronic table games were also popular in Asia.
The statement quoted Mr Krsevan as saying: “In 2019 we [are] planning to strengthen the position in the Asian market and boost market share.”
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