The premiere edition of Juegos Miami showed the event’s potential, covering a strategic area of prospective markets in the Caribbean and Central America, as well as the hosting county, the US, according to Slovenian electronic table games and slots group, Alfastreet.
“The organisers tried to create a unique event that brought something new, relevant and vibrant to this dynamic part of the gaming economy – although there is still plenty of work to do,” the company said in a prepared statement in the wake of the event.
“Juegos Miami has the potential to become a reference event for serving the needs of the Latin American and Caribbean gaming industry. Objectively, there’s a lack of such exhibition that is conveniently located for all the interested parties. Alfastreet supports the efforts to bring the gaming community closer together, to mutually benefit from the vast experience of the operators in this area.”
At the show this year, Alfastreet brought a selection of its top-performing products, including the compact roulette series, the R4, R5 and R6, which provide custom solutions for all venues with limited space availability. Alfastreet’s signature model still remains the R8 – a synonym for the automated electronic roulette, paired with an imposing superstructure signage, displaying live camera feed, statistic data and a specially designed roulette jackpot solution.
Visitors were also presented with the company’s multigame slot range in two editions.
“All things considered, the company is looking forward to continue the positive trend from the latest exhibitions and bring it on to the upcoming shows worldwide, as well as expecting an even better edition of the 2017 Juegos Miami,” Alfastreet said.