With Amatic celebrating both 25 years in business, and well over 1000 units of its flagship Roulette Grand Jeu 24HX sold in the Spanish market, the company presented its largest ever stall at ICE 2018, showcasing over 20 new releases alongside 2017’s product leaders.
“The Grand Jeu 24HX is a fully automated roulette table for eight players in its standard configuration,” said Amatic’s sales manager Thomas Engstberger.
“But it can connect to an unlimited number of terminals, as well as mobile devices.”
The 24HX utilises Amatic’s hardware platform HARDROX and features eight 24” Full HD PCAP touchscreen monitors.
“We produce and improve the software and hardware simultaneously,” said Engstberger.
“Land-based is the main pillar of our business, but we always develop our games for the online market as well.”
The latest game titles featured on the Amatic stand included the “Go For Gold” bonus game, especially developed for the Spanish market and offering additional payouts to players, as well as the slot “Golden Buddha”, featuring a local mystery hybrid jackpot across eight cabinets.
“Our cabinets are always popular,” said Engstberger.
“Especially the three-monitor and two-monitor Performer Grand Arc Slant- Top which we are spotlighting at the show and which also utilises the HARDROX platform.”
Both cabinets feature the Amatic Multi Game portfolio, including the titles Around the World, Ice Queen, and Sunny Island which premiered at this year’s exhibition.
“Over the last few years everything has moved more and more towards online,” added Engstberger.
“That’s why we will continue to put strong efforts on our Amanet online gaming division. Land-based will never die, but with a coordinated approach to in-house development we can succeed in both markets.”