October 10-12, booth 3353

Merkur Gaming to showcase latest portfolio highlights, new appearance at G2E Las Vegas

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Merkur Gaming confirmed its attendance at the upcoming Global Gaming Expo (G2E) Las Vegas, set to take place on October 10th – 12th. The company will showcase  its latest portfolio highlights at G2E at its traditional location, booth 3353 of the Sands Expo Center, but with a "stunning whole new appearance." 

The booth’s ground floor level will be populated by product and hospitality displays from Merkur Gaming, GeWeTe, edict egaming, and Bede Gaming. Meanwhile, the upper level will be the location of the Merkur Bar, an area that – like the booth itself – will have an entirely different upmarket look.

Athanasios ‘Sakis’ Isaakidis, Merkur Gaming’s Chief Executive, International, said: "We are all really looking forward to presenting our brand new booth design: that will be something really special. We are also all very much looking forward to welcoming what is expected to be a large number of visitors from across Latin America."

"G2E is always a popular destination for Latin American visitors and of course, as Merkur is such a hugely popular and successful gaming brand across the region, we always feel that the show has a strong Latin American-centric element for us," he added. 

Athanasios ‘Sakis’ Isaakidis

In Las Vegas, the Avantgarde Max Trio cabinet will separately carry both Solar Link and Red Pocket Jackpot Systems while the Allegro Trio will feature the original Link Zone plus its latest evolution, Link Zone II, that features a range of brand new base games: Empress Zone, Captain Zone, Viking Zone and Hero Zone in either 25 or 50 lines configuration.

Being shown for the first time at G2E is Merkur’s Zonic cabinet, unique because it features interchangeable cabinet frames that allow operators to change the Zonic’s appearance on demand. "So Zonic can look great today and, by choice, even more incredible tomorrow—a classy innovation from Merkur and an attraction on any gaming floor," the company noted.

There are also expectations that Merkur will exhibit two more Linked Progressive Jackpot Systems at G2E, however, details will not be made available until the show commences.

Merkur will be joined at the event by its sister companies. The Gauselmann subsidiary GeWeTe was founded in 1993 and has its head office in Mechernich, Germany, and its own subsidiaries in Spain, Italy, Bulgaria, Peru, and the UK/Ireland. GeWeTe has more than 60,000 systems installed worldwide and an industry-wide product portfolio.

Based in Hamburg, Germany, and founded in 1998, edict egaming GmbH operates in gaming’s B2B segment and specializes in the sale of games for the online casino market. The company licenses games for numerous regulated gaming jurisdictions and unlocks them for various online platforms.

Working independently, but side-by-side with edict, Bede Gaming was formed in 2011 as a supplier in the development and provision of online gaming platforms for casino, lottery, sports betting, and bingo operators. Located in Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK, and with additional offices in Sofia, Bulgaria, and Toronto, Canada the company has been majority-owned by the Gauselmann Group since 2020.

"We once again anticipate a really great three show days and we invite everyone to visit our new booth, enjoy our hospitality, and view our product innovations. We will all be ready to greet everyone and show our exceptional product range," the CEO concluded.

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