Novomatic Americas to participate at the Caribbean Gaming Show

The 5th Caribbean Gaming Show takes place from March 19 – 20 at the Puerto Rico Convention Center in Puerto Rico. The US subsidiary of the Novomatic Group of Companies, Novomatic Americas Sales, will celebrate its premiere at this major meeting point of the Caribbean gaming industry.

Novomatic Americas participates at the show for the first time and will be represented by CEO Jens Halle, Vice President of Sales Rick Meitzler and Mike Medlin, the newly appointed Regional Sales Executive for Florida and the Caribbean, plus a team of dedicated product specialists. The company is to use this central venue for the regional gaming industry to present the latest international products and solutions.

The show installation at the Novomatic Americas booth presents a selection of the latest casino product highlights: the Dominator® with a range of Novo Line™ Interactive multi-game mixes, the Novostar® SL2 casino slant top and the Super-V+ Gaminator® upright cabinet with the latest Coolfire™ II mixes and the Panther Roulette™ II.

The Panther Roulette™ is the successor of the already extremely popular Pinball Roulette™. It comes with a new Autostart button on the right hand side of the hand rest for increased player comfort. The Panther Roulette™ II additionally features a second 32” full HD screen in a vertical position on top of the machine with Flipscreen® functionality and a comprehensive multi-game offering of 23 HD video slot games.

The Novomatic Group subsidiary Octavian will also be present at the show booth, presenting the ACP casino management system (Accounting – Control – Progressives). With its high flexibility, usability and scalability it offers numerous advantages for operators all over the world.

The Caribbean is a region that comprises an archipelago of most beautiful islands with a flourishing tourism industry – according to the local Caribbean Tourism Organisation around 12 million people visit the region every year, two thirds of them via cruise ships. Closely linked to this tourism and leisure sector is the local gaming industry with more than 200 casinos. The Caribbean Gaming Show is the major trade event for the region and the ideal venue for the discerning local gaming industry to see the latest product developments.