Gaming products and payments solutions, Everi, has announced it will bring its comprehensive portfolio of gaming technology offerings to the 33rd annual Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention (NIGA) to be held at the Las Vegas Convention Centre on booth 1146 in Las Vegas, Nevada from 17-20 April, 2018.
Michael Rumbolz, president and chief executive officer of Everi, said: “The entire team at Everi is delighted to return to NIGA 2018 where we will demonstrate our ongoing commitment to our Class II and Class III Native American gaming partners.
Rumbolz said that as a long-time partner of Native American operators, the company has created a broad portfolio of gaming technology solutions that “highly enhance the player experience with our leading gaming entertainment solutions while significantly improving the efficiency of our customers’ cage, cash access and compliance operations.”
The firm aims to demonstrate a wide range of products for Class II and Class III tribal gaming customers including gaming machines that power the casino floor and casino operational and management systems that include end-to-end payments solutions, critical intelligence offerings, and gaming operations efficiency technology.
The firm says its demonstrations at NIGA will also showcase the significant investments they are making in the development of innovative gaming technology solutions to support our tribal customers, including new cabinets and creative new games, as well as further enhancements to our leading payments solutions.
Rumbolz added: “In a rapidly evolving environment, Everi remains deeply committed to understanding our partners’ needs and we believe that we are a partner of choice for the Class II and Class III Native American gaming market. We look forward to welcoming NIGA attendees to Las Vegas as we work together to create a world-class gaming experience.”