This year’s edition of the Australasian Gaming Expo (AGE) was held in Sydney last week and electronic table games developer, Spintec Gaming Technology, has announced that it was on hand to exhibit some of its latest and most popular innovations.
The Slovenian firm used an official press release published by CalvinAyre.com to declare that its appearance at the three-day Australian exhibition had been ‘a great success’ as it had met with ‘current and potential customers’ and showed off an eight-station version of its core Karma GEN2 automated roulette advance.
Headquartered in the town of Sempeter pri Gorici, Spintec Gaming Technology stated that it also displayed its Aura multi-game amphitheater solution, which has ‘already impressed’ operators across Australia, and had been delighted by ‘the number of visitors and the great interest in its products and technologies.’
The press release from Spintec read…
“Our team is very pleased with the visitors who joined our stand to discover the innovative gaming solutions that make us one of the leading companies in the gaming industry.”
The company moreover used the press release to describe itself as a ‘worldwide leader in the design and production of electronic table games’ that have continually been shown to have ‘a proven track record of prolonging gaming sessions.’ It furthermore proclaimed that it ‘has a long track record’ of producing such innovations and will next be demonstrating its wares at Johannesburg’s ICE Africa in October before jetting off to Las Vegas for an appearance at the subsequent Global Gaming Expo (G2E).
Finally, the innovator pronounced that it had additionally utilized AGE to ink an alliance with Sydney-based distributor Independent Gaming and ‘has already made several impressive and ground-breaking installations across the country.’ It declared that this partnership forms part of a strategy to expand ‘its market territory’ in order to open ‘new business opportunities’ and is set to prove ‘very promising in terms of new partners and installations.’