Technology tops the agenda for Gamesman

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Gamesman, the leading international gaming equipment, components and systems developer, will be making its 16th annual appearance at G2E Las Vegas with a comprehensive product and technology offering and an open invitation for OEMs to explore how they can use Gamesman’s insight and expertise to help enhance their gaming experience.

Previewing the expo, Gamesman Managing Director, Arturo Catano said: “G2E Vegas and ICE London represent our two most important exhibitions of the year and deliver important opportunities for the team to meet with key people, understand the issues that they face and to start the process of arriving at creative technical solutions which will help their products stand out in what is an incredibly competitive market place.”

G2E Vegas and ICE London represent our two most important exhibitions of the year and deliver important opportunities for the team to meet with key people, understand the issues that they face and to start the process of arriving at creative technical solutions which will help their products stand out in what is an incredibly competitive market place.

He added: “The success enjoyed by Gamesman over the years has been earned by listening to the market and by innovating in order to remain at the forefront of technology empowered hi-tech slots. By adopting this approach we have become the leader in dynamic push buttons and interactive player panels. Our products have been created both on an exclusive basis to meet the specific needs of customers and are available alongside ‘off the shelf’ developments which can also be adapted to suit customers’ requirements. We will be using our presence at the Vegas show to demonstrate our capabilities across a wide range of gaming equipment including Dynamic Player Decks, Push Buttons, LED lighting solutions, Stepper Reels and Toppers, as well as sharing our thoughts on how technology can be deployed to attract players and most importantly to retain them courtesy of delivering ‘best in class’ gaming entertainment.”


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