NOVOMATIC showed a complete line-up at G2E 2016United States 03 Nov 2016
(Las Vegas, SoloAzar Exclusive).- During Global Gaming Expo 2016, held in Las Vegas, SoloAzar spoke exclusively with Mike Robinson, NOVOMATIC’s International Communications Manager. The company showed its products specifically for North American and international markets.
This year, NOVOMATIC’s booth at G2E was divided 50-50: 50% was dedicated to NOVOMATIC Americas and 50% was dedicated to the international markets.
“North America is a hugely important market for us this year. We’re introducing the World Championship of Slots™, which is produced in cooperation with Gary Hunt Productions and is a new concept surrounding tournaments in casinos whereby the winners qualify to go on a national TV show that will be broadcast in the US. Also at G2E this year we have 40 slot titles that have been developed for the US market in collaboration between NOVOMATIC game design studios in Illinois as well as in Austria and around the world,” Mike Robinson said.
And added: “In the international section of the booth we are showing the GAMINATOR® Scorpion for the very first time at G2E Las Vegas. In addition, we are showing the NOVOSTAR® V.I.P. III and NOVOSTAR® V.I.P. Royal, which we anticipate will have a big impact in the US market. Also this year we have dedicated areas for NOVOMATIC Sports Betting Solutions, NOVOMATIC Lottery Solutions, Greentube, as well as Octavian with their casino management solutions.”
G2E is a very important trade show for NOVOMATIC because it is a good place to join customers from North and South America, as well as meet new ones. “We have a strong presence in Latin America: We have teams throughout the region - in Argentina, Peru, Mexico, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Panama and Costa Rica… and they all come to the show to meet customers. And we are building our presence in North America, which is such a big market with huge potential for NOVOMATIC.”
This year, NOVOMATIC is going back to be an exhibitor at SAGSE Buenos Aires (15-17 November). “NOVOMATIC hasn’t been at SAGSE for the last couple of years because it was just impractical. The import processes and taxation made it very difficult for companies to bring their goods in and the market was politically difficult. Under the new presidential leadership, however, restrictions have been lifted on importation and currency, giving NOVOMATIC an easier approach to SAGSE. Argentina is a very good market for us and we have high expectations with the new political structures”, Robinson concluded.
fuente: SoloAzar Exclusive