Las Vegas-based designer, developer, and manufacturer of slot machines and gaming devices, Aruze Gaming, recently announced that effective October 9, 2018, the 35-year-old company began a partnership with Germany-based independent distribution company, Spirit Gaming.
According to the official press release…
The German firm will be Aruze’s exclusive distribution partner in four European countries including Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Lichtenstein. Currently, all of its land-based products, including the just out award-winning Muso Triple 27 cabinet, are being distributed by Spirit Gaming
The right partners:
Director of Business Development Europe for Aruze, David Meacher, made note of the mutual benefits of the new partnership…
“We have been reviewing how to best service the German, Austrian and Swiss gaming markets for some time and after extensive research we concluded that Frank and his team from Spirit Gaming are the right partners for both Aruze and Casino Operators in these important European markets. Frank and his team have an extremely good reputation and professional approach to business.”
Also commenting on the partnership, Founder and Managing Director for Spirit Gaming Frank Ziegler said…
“Aruze Gaming is a strong name in the international gaming industry, especially in the Asian and American markets. Naturally, the focus is now on Europe. We see great opportunities for success in the German-speaking markets and this partnership will ensure that Casino Operators here have a local contact they know and trust, with the support to match.”
Growing Aruze team:
Continuing to grow its team for the European market, Aruze Gaming has a new Technical Sales Manager for Europe in Gary Thompson. The latest addition joined the team in October this year and sales, technical and compliance support are his main responsibilities.
Thompson has more than three decades of experience in the gaming industry, with his most recent post with Scientific Games as its Technical Product Manager EGM.s Prior to his time with the Las Vegas-based multinational corporation he was employed by Bally Technologies as Field Service Manager and as Slot Manager for Greater Atlantic Casinos.
This summer, the slot and gambling devices innovator inked a deal with Walker Digital Table Systems to power a new range of radio-frequency identification (RFID) gaming chips.