The Bulgarian-based slot manufacturer hopes this year’s show will bring new business contacts and help further consolidate its position in the Argentinian market.
[dropcap]B[/dropcap]ulgaria’s Euro Games Technology (EGT) will return to SAGSE Buenos Aires for 2016, displaying the company’s latest slot developments alongside its well-established range of cabinets.
“The market of Argentina is important to EGT, especially after the revocation of the import ban for our type of equipment,” said Stanislav Stanev, the company’s sales and marketing director.
“Since then there can be seen significant activity in the local gaming industry in general, so now there are many opportunities for the successful realisation of our products on the domestic market.”
For this year, the company will spotlight its Chinese-themed four-level progressive jackpot system Fu Gui Rong Hua, introduced for the first time earlier this year, the title immediately stirred up significant interest in the industry.
With its eye-catching design and unique content, Fu Gui Rong Hua, offers many opportunities to win, as more than one of its jackpot levels can be hit at a time.
Also forming part of EGT’s display in Buenos Aires will be Egypt Quest, another progressive jackpot system.
The system has continued to grow in popularity worldwide and EGT will now débutits entertaining and player-attracting features for the Argentinian market.
Both jackpot systems will be presented on one of the company’s latest Premier Series cabinets – the curved model of the P-27/42V St, featuring a 27-inch touch screen main monitor, powered by the latest EGT gaming platform Exciter III, which incorporates more processing power, enhanced graphics, animations and sounds along with improved usability and higher performance.
Also on show will be the company’s P-27/32H St and P-27/27 St Slim cabinets, as well as the bestselling P-24/24 Up.
These will be displaying the Premier Multi-4, 5 and 6 multigame mixes, each containing over 40 of EGT’s most popular titles.
“I believe that taking part in this year’s SAGSE Buenos Aires will bring us many new business contacts and will contribute to the strengthening of our positions in the country,” added Stanev. “Our expectations for local development in 2017 are definitely positive.”