Slovenian games manufacturer Alfastreet is heading to Panama City for SAGSE 2016, on the back of a successful showing at Colombia’s FADJA tradeshow.
[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he Panamanian market represents a huge success for Alfastreet – ranking among the countries where the Slovenian company is the undisputed number one. Indeed, Alfastreet products have been placed throughout every gaming venue in the country.
Alfastreet plans to take centre stage at the 2016 edition of the SAGSE Panama gaming exhibition on May 4-5, where operators from Central America and the Caribbean will be able to experience the latest editions from their product range.
Taking pride of place on the Alfastreet stand will be the mechanical horse-racing game Royal Derby, which is quickly gaining recognition all over the world – especially in markets where this type of machine was traditionally popular. The modern platform presents players with a familiar, user-friendly interface – and provides a unique experience in the field of electronic table games.
Royal Derby will be joined by Alfastreet’s roulette range. The five station R5 automated electronic roulette unit – from the compact series – provides all of the features and power of its big brother, the R8. R5 players get to enjoy the same size and of the wheel and proximity to it – and play on the same 22-inch touch screen monitors, making it a perfect solution for smaller venues or VIP lounges.
Finally, the exhibition floor in Panama City will also be graced by the presence of Alfastreet’s latest edition of multigame I.Q machines, which provide a great alternative offering – with virtual game titles and slot games that were very well received at previous gaming shows this year. Meanwhile, an absolute first for the LatAm region will be the Alfastreet Live Roulette wheel, which combines over 20 years of experience and know-how in roulette cylinder manufacture with the very latest technology
Alfastreet’s attendance at SAGSE follows close on the back of the company’s exhibition at the FADJA gaming exhibition in Bogota, Colombia.
“The Colombian market is regaining momentum after a period of slower growth over the last couple of years: providing great opportunities for expansion and introduction of the latest gaming technologies,” stated Alfastreet sales manager Ana Zlender. “As such, Alfastreet has been investing heavily there – and we’ve been very satisfied with the return thus far. We had a very successful FADJA and are looking forward to next year’s edition of the show.”