EGT expecting continued success at Fadja Colombia

Casino Review - EGT Colombia Fadja
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The Director of EGT Colombia, Silviya Marinova, has commented that the company are expecting even greater success at this year’s Fadja.


“We’re expecting FADJA Colombia 2017 to continue our success from the 2016 event,” said Silviya Marinova, director of Euro Games Technology’s office in Colombia, about the company’s participation in this year’s edition of the exhibition.

The Bulgarian manufacturer will be displaying its slot, multiplayer and interactive products at the Colombia show on 26 and 27 April at Booth 15.

Commenting on the impressive market results of EGT’s office in Colombia, Silviya Marinova shared: “Our products have gained ground locally for a very short span of time. We already have a strong presence in the gaming establishments of Codere, made several installations in Verano casinos with more to come in Cirsa’s and have also established strong connections with the smaller operators in the country. All this we achieved for less than a year.” Currently EGT’s machines are available in over 35 casinos in Colombia and the local launch of the STORK terminal and company’s most successful jackpot systems is on its way.

“FADJA is a central and long-awaited event for the domestic gaming industry and our partners in the country are expecting to meet us there. We are also eager to introduce our special selection of key product developments,” concluded Mrs. Marinova.

The company will showcase its P-42V Up and St slot curved cabinets, alongside multigame mixes – Premier-4, 5 and 6, and Fruits, Red, Orange and Green Collection.

In addition, EGT will be demonstrate the P-27/27 St Slim cabinet, as well as some of its most preferred jackpot systems including the popular titles, 3 Happy Hits, the mystery progressive Lady’s Cards, and Diamond Life.

EGT’s multiplayer department will return to FADJA with its Luxury series touch table and EGT Interactive will feature its portfolio of games, suitable for both desktop and mobile devices, from the company’s booth in April.

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