Spintec lights up Macau with ETG innovations

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Slovenia-based ETG specialist Spintec’s Regional Sales Manager, Primoz Krsevan, explains that the company’s new Karma Electronic Roulette received a strong positive response from attendees at G2E Asia.

International Casino Review: How has G2E Asia been for you?
Primoz Krsevan: It’s been really busy and we’ve had a lot of positive feedback from visitors. Customers love the new Karma GEN II, the response has been outstanding, they can really picture it in their casinos and we have already received a number of orders.
We’ve seen many new and return customers from across Asia at the show, including Macau, Vietnam, Cambodia, South Korea, and the Philippines.
Spintec ETGs are installed in the most prominent casinos in Asia, including properties operated by all six casino groups in Macau, along with Genting Highlands in Malaysia, City of Dreams Manila in the Philippines, Paradise City Incheon in South Korea, and Crown Casino in Vietnam. So for us the show represents an opportunity to build even further on our strong track record in the region.

ICR: Could you tell us more about the Karma GEN II?
PK: Compact electronic table games are Spintec’s flagship on the Asian market. Spintec’s Karma Electronic Roulette has become the most popular electronic roulette in Macau, and we now hold a majority share among all new installations in this space.
With the latest edition of Karma we’ve made a number of enhancements, incorporating LED lighting, sharp design and some other new features, such as larger screen, to help ensure that it is even more user friendly.

ICR: What other products are you showcasing?
PK: We’re also highlighting our Aura amphitheatre solution, which is designed to cater to all a player’s needs, reflecting Spintec’s commitment to achieving longer play sessions through increasing player comfort.
Aura’s terminals come an adjustable and ergonomically-designed chair to ensure players have the best possible view of the game, a charger for their phone, along with a place for their drinks and personal belongings, and boast a prestigious wood and leather finish.

ICR: You also offer a stand-alone multigame wall, could you tell us more about this?
PK: We offer a number of different options – we have the stand-alone wall which you can put anywhere, independently of the back-wall which is usually required, so you can have it in the middle of a space if you want.
In addition to this, we can work with operators to design screens and we can install as many as they need to support a game.


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