Gaming equipment maker Alfastreet – best known for electronic versions of casino table games – is to introduce its slot machine products (pictured left) to the U.S. market during the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) trade show in Las Vegas.
“Alfastreet slot machines have generated huge interest in their prototype form at exhibitions earlier this year and we are eager to test the response of the audience in the North American show,” the company said in a statement accompanying its G2E press release.
The firm added: “They represent a huge step from the established product lineup for the company, but the reaction of our customers and players was extremely positive, therefore we continued with the development. The first units are already on casino floors, with great results.”
Alfastreet stated it had gained “significant momentum” in North America. “More and more operators are acknowledging the engineering and technical superiority of Alfastreet products,” and its level of technical support, the firm said.
“All the machines have got the latest modifications, making them more powerful, reliable and durable,” said Alfastreet.
The company – a privately held Slovenian manufacturer – added it will also exhibit at G2E its Royal Derby mechanical horse race game (pictured right). It said it proved a hit when shown at the International Casino Exhibition (ICE) 2015 in London this February, and at G2E Asia 2015 in Macau in May.
Alfastreet said that at G2E in Las Vegas it will exhibit a product range that has been completely refreshed for 2015.
Its signature R8 electronic roulette product will be complemented by compact versions – R4, R5 and R6 – featuring respectively 4, 5 or 6 playing stations.
Alfastreet will additionally show its SL single terminal and WIKY, its latest multi-game single terminal for casinos, featuring the firm’s 32-inch (81.3-centimetre) touchscreen. During G2E Asia, the company said it had won orders from several Asian casino operators for WIKY units.
G2E 2015 will be held at Sands Expo and Convention Center at the Venetian, Las Vegas. The trade show will run from September 29 until October 1, inclusive.
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