Viva Las Vegas!
Las Vegas/Lübbecke. MERKUR GAMING had a whole number of novelties to offer at the most important gaming trade show worldwide, the G2E in Las Vegas from 14 to 16 November. At the stand of the company Atronic, a member of the Gauselmann Group, MERKUR GAMING presented among others the latest video-based AWP machines ‘Alhambra’ and ‘Secrets of India’.
“The two innovative gaming systems are so brilliant because of their unique graphics and outstanding features, i.e. ‘Secrets of India’ with unbelievable 50 win lines! But the G2E visitors also just loved ‘Alhambra’s’ thrilling free games with triple wins“, says Axel F. Pawlas, CSO MERKUR GAMING.
Another highlight is the three tier multilevel jackpot. The three levels ‘mini-jackpot’, ‘medium-jackpot’, and ‘maxi-Jackpot’ add additional thrill to the game.
In addition to the trade show novelties MERKUR GAMING also exhibited further successful state-of-the-art AWP machines from the comprehensive portfolio, among others ‘Volcanos’, ‘Tropicana’, ‘Pyramid Gold’, and ‘Vasco da Gama’. These gaming systems, too, appeal with their special features and exciting free games. Last but not least the choice between two different risk levels, the “hi-lo“ risk and the “beat-the-dealer” risk impressed the experts.
The new video-based MERKUR GAMING machines come in the new appealing casino-style cabinet, partly with two TFT screens. MERKUR GAMING offers all AWP machines also customized for the respective target markets in Eastern Europe and South America.
The high quality products “made by Gauselmann“ are exclusively manufactured in the adp production plant in Lübbecke, Germany. The many decades of market experience of the Gauselmann Group and the certification according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2000 ensure highest quality.
Under the umbrella of MERKUR INTERNATIONAL, MERKUR GAMING is responsible for the Europe-wide sales of MERKUR within the globally active Gauselmann Group. In 2005 the compound business volume of the Gauselmann Group companies totaled EUR 1.004b, with fully consolidated revenues of EUR 688.2m. At the end of the fiscal year 2005 the headcount of the company was 5,638 worldwide and ever since its inception it has sold more than 2 million gaming products around the globe.