WorldMatch journeys to Bucharest for first EAE show

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The online gaming solutions provider, WorldMatch, will be making its debut appearance in Bucharest to exhibit at the 2017 edition of the Entertainment Arena Expo, taking place on the 4th – 7th September.

 

WorldMatch will be showcasing its solutions and game offerings for the first time at the event, which marks its 11th edition this year, to an international audience of providers and operators of the gaming industry from Romania, Eastern Europe and around the world.

We attended EAE last year as visitors and we couldn’t imagine we would find so many chances to network with key companies of the gaming field operating in Eastern Europe! That’s why we decided to come back in 2017 and exhibit with our own stand

“We attended EAE last year as visitors and we couldn’t imagine we would find so many chances to network with key companies of the gaming field operating in Eastern Europe! That’s why we decided to come back in 2017 and exhibit with our own stand”, said Andrea Boratto, Executive Director of WorldMatch.

WorldMatch claims that following the introduction of the Romanian online gambling legislation in 2016, many of the biggest operators of the field got the temporary licence and found Romania a worthwhile market up to the point that almost all of them have already applied for a 10-year licence.

“Being interested in branching out to any regulated market that has a potential, we cannot miss this chance and we are now ready and very excited to undertake this new challenge”, Boratto added.

At the EAE 2017 WorldMatch will present its game offer, which features 200+ casino games, including 160 Slot Machines, 30 Table and Card Games, 12 Video Poker games for desktop and mobile devices.

Furthermore, the provider will preview its upcoming release, Matryona HD: a slot machine inspired by matryoshka dolls.

To book a meeting with WorldMatch’s Sales Staff at the EAE 2017, stand 307, write to [email protected] or call +44 (0)207 193 5229.


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