The company will exhibit innovative solutions both for its casino management system, electronic roulette and slot machines
Malta, January 28, 2019– Win Systems, the leading technology supplier for the gaming and entertainment industry, has announced its presence in the ICE Totally Gaming trade-show in London at the beginning of February, at the stand S7-150. The company, which is growing strongly, will showcase new products for both its Systems and Gaming Divisions.
The Systems Division (which recently exceeded 300 casinos connected to its Wigos CMS) will premiere in the trade-show its renewed player tracking solution, the InTouch43. Additionally, the company will present for the first time in Europe the revolutionary Card2Go, a 2 in 1 solution that combines a casino playing card with a debit card in a single product.
Within the Gaming Division, Win Systems will also showcase for the first time in Europe its hybrid system for the Gold Club Chinese Roulette, which allows players to switch from the traditional roulette game to the innovative Chinese Roulette, that was launched in 2018 with remarkable success. At the same time, Gold Club will also launch the new Bingo Jackpot in the trade-show, following its strategy of developing new jackpots for the company’s electronic roulette range.
Win Systems will also display 2 new models of the GameStar slot machines: the GameStar ST3, a technologically advanced gaming machine combining the comfort of slant-tops with the latest design trends and playability for upright slot machines, and the GameStar Rhapsody, an attractive slot machine whose compact design has been specially developed for route operations and small venues. The company will also showcase its latest jackpot: Power Gong, an outstanding multi-level Symbol driven jackpot, with 3 exciting games and available in WAP/LAP.
Eric Benchimol, CEO of Win Systems, commented: “Win Systems will be attending the London trade-show at a great time, we’re growing strongly in all our divisions (Systems, Gaming and Lotteries), expanding our markets and we’re fully committed to developing new products and solutions ready for operators of all sizes.
We look forward to exhibiting our new products and we’re sure they will exceed our visitor’s expectations, together with the successful solutions range that led us where we are now. We’ll be delighted to welcome everyone at our stand, that will be our most impressive to date.”
Win Systems will be at Stand S7-150 at ICE Totally Gaming. To organize a meeting please send an email to email@example.com or call +34 935 308 049.
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About Win Systems
WIN SYSTEMS is a provider of casino solutions for the global gaming industry. The company specializes in management systems and gaming machines for all varieties of casinos and lotteries.
It offers a full range of dedicated technology services, including design, programming, installation, operation and maintenance of its systems, with local teams based around the world able to assist partners around the clock.
Win Systems has an extensive track-record of offering the best in class information management systems, recognized throughout the world for providing superior real-time control, stability and reliability for land-based casinos, lotteries, and route operations.
The integration of Gold Club has further cemented Win Systems’ position as a global gaming solutions supplier. All Gold Club machines, including slot machines and various versions of electronic roulette, are developed with design quality at the forefront and are popular with players across various jurisdictions.
Incorporating Gold Club has resulted in Win Systems position as an emerging leader in the global gaming industry, with significant and expanding footprints in Europe, the Americas and Africa.
The company is continuously evolving, refining and expanding its product line ahead of market demands, setting trends and creating tools that are becoming essential for its customers’ successful operations.
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