Casino gaming equipment supplier Spintec d.o.o. has great expectations for this year’s MGS Entertainment Show, says regional sales manager Primož Krševan.
“Our exhibit at MGS will only enhance our presence and make our market share even firmer,” stated Mr Krševan in comments included in a company press release.
The firm is exhibiting at the stand of its distributor in Macau, electronic gaming equipment distributor and technical support company Asia Pioneer Entertainment Ltd.
The 2018 edition of MGS is being held at the Venetian Macao, from Tuesday to Thursday.
”Macau is a place we are all eager to visit,” Mr Krševan said. “You know why? Every time we visit, we have more products installed.”
He added: “Our Karma Roulette is the number one choice between all electronic roulettes in Macau, and we now hold a majority share among all new installations in this market.”
In Macau, Spintec is particularly known for its eight-seat automated roulette product, part of its Karma Roulette line. Late last year it also received regulatory approval to deploy a sister version of the product featuring sic bo to casino floors in Macau.
The Slovenia-based firm claims to have electronic table game product installed in casinos around Asia. It says its clients include “the six Macau casino operators, Resorts World Genting in Malaysia, City of Dreams Manila in the Philippines, Paradise City in South Korea, and Crowne Casino in Vietnam.”
At MGS, Spintec is presenting its virtual stand-alone Aura and Karma GEN2 playing stations, which can be utilised as a freestanding electronic table game.
“Stand-alone playing stations are receiving a lot of interest from all over the world and Macau is no different,” said Mr Krševan. “The main advantages of a stand-alone playing station are definitely faster game plays and faster results which consequently lead to bigger occupancy on the game floor and higher revenues for the operators,” he added.
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