In a move that will expedite its expansion in the Asia-Pacific region, gambling technology group, Novomatic (NVMTC.UL), has announced that it has entered into a distribution agreement with Asian gaming equipment supplier and gaming operator, Indo Pacific Gaming (IPG).
According to the official press release on Thursday…
Under the terms of the agreement, the New South Wales-headquartered supplier will distribute the Austria-based gaming equipment maker’s complete range of gaming products and systems in the Asia-Pacific region, including Vietnam, Nepal, Goa, Sri Lanka, Laos and Cambodia.
Novomatic’s product suite comprises leading slot machines, multi-game mixes and market-focused games, systems, electronic table games, sports betting, jackpots and media technologies.
In keeping with its strategy for international growth, the supplier has maintained the development of its Asia-Pacific footprint by introducing its most recent gaming technologies throughout the region and with top-performing electronic table games installations.
“very respectable track record”
VP of Business Development and Sales, Asia-Pacific NOVOMATIC, Robert Dijkstra, said…
“Partnering with IPG, who has a very respectable track record in these territories, NOVOMATIC will strengthen its presence and reach to provide products and services to new and existing customers.”
“further strengthens our product portfolio”
For its part, IPG VP of Operations and Sales, Loren Stout, said…
“This agreement with NOVOMATIC further strengthens our product portfolio for our valued customers. We look forward to a successful partnership with NOVOMATIC and providing their world leading suite of products throughout our territories in Asia.”
Novomatic also said in the release, that its suite of Asian-themed slot games is growing and that new titles such as Asian Dragon Hot and Drago Hits were debuted in London last week at this year’s ICE Totally Gaming event.
A second win in the category, Novomatic took home “Casino Supplier of the Year” in London at the Global Gaming Awards.
Commenting on the significance of the recognition, Chief Executive Officer for the Austrian firm, Harald Neumann, said…
“We operate around 2,100 electronic casinos and casinos around the world and have 28 technology centers in 16 countries. This enables us to test our products in our own casinos and respond more quickly to industry developments and requests from international customers. This award confirms that we perform highly professional work and that this is also recognized by industry experts.”
The Gumpoldskirchen-headquartered company also launched its new electronic gaming machine cabinet, V.I.P. Eagle III 3.32, at ICE London last week.