eld from 30 May to 1 June, the event will bring companies from the European casino community together and promises to be an exciting event for Cantor Gaming as it further develops its range of products and services to the ever growing European gaming market. It also comes at a crucial time for the European gaming market as developments sweep through the dynamic Italian and Spanish markets in which it operates.
Cantor Gaming offers products to cover all three sectors. Its presence follows on from the positive reception received at this year's International Casino Exhibition in London, where it exhibited its leading range of WiFi, Mobile and Online gaming products.
In the middle of 2006, the firm signed a deal with Las Vegas Sands, to provide it with pioneering Curb to Curb WiFi solutions within The Venetian hotel in Las Vegas. It is due for trial this summer.
WiFi technology can be contained in legislated gaming areas and can therefore maximise revenue potential even when players are away from the tables or slots. As well as its WiFi solution, it has developed a wide range of mobile gaming titles in the knowledge that mobile gaming of all types would soon become the phenomenon predicted by many.
“We're excited about bringing our WiFi and mobile phone products to mainland Europe and are looking forward to bringing our leading range of products to the IGE this year,” commented Tom Kenny, Director of Business Development at Cantor Gaming.
“Constant changes in the attitudes towards new technologies and the burgeoning online markets are forcing governments to change their attitudes in the area of gaming legislation. Coupled with this are emerging gambling markets in the mobile sector which are fast becoming the revenue generators they always promised to be.” He concluded.