MERKUR GAMING – “And now the UK market”
London/Lübbecke. Cosmic Video Amusement (CVA) presented the new MERKUR GAMING– Section 16 machine “Criss Cross Runner”, specifically developed by MEGA of the Gauselmann Group for the UK market, at the “Preview“ in London from 11 to 12 October. “The trade show visitors were thrilled that MERKUR GAMING is now also an active player in this market as strong games are always needed”, says Axel F. Pawlas, CSO MERKUR GAMING.
CVA looks back to a long and close partnership with MERKUR GAMING. John Farrington from CVA emphasizes: “We are delighted that we are able to add the important segment of Section 16 £500 cash pay out games to our successful cooperation with MERKUR GAMING. The “Criss Cross Runner“ made by Gauselmann makes us optimistic for the future.“
CVA not only presented the new Section 16 machine from the MERKUR GAMING product portfolio but also the popular kids’ entertainment simulator “Space Car Simulator”. The computer animated simulators – “Space Bike” and “Space Copter” are 2 further successful models – were specifically developed for the 6 to 12 age group. These innovative devices can be installed at totally new target locations such as shopping centers, indoor-parks, department stores, hotels, restaurants, and airports..
The high quality products “made by Gauselmann“ are exclusively manufactured in the adp production plant in Lübbecke. The Gauselmann Group’s many decades of market experience and the certification according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2000 are a guarantee for highest quality.
Under the umbrella of Merkur International MERKUR GAMING is responsible for the Europe-wide sales within the internationally active Gauselmann Group. In 2005, the total business volume of all Gauselmann Group companies amounted to EUR 1.004b, with fully consolidated revenues of EUR 688.2m. At the end of the fiscal year 2005 the company employed 5,638 people worldwide and has sold approximately 2 million gaming products around the globe since its establishment.