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June 23, 2021

At ELA 2009, Mexico

Win Systems to present its server-based platform for Mexican Class II and Class III

(Mexico).- Global technology supplier to the gaming industry, Win Systems, will present at next week’s ELA trade show the new development of its server-based platform for the Mexican market, together with it extensive game content library WINGAMES.

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he event to take place on July 23-24 at Banamex Exhibition Center, in Mexico City.

WIN already has several Class II gaming machines installed in Mexico with an optimum performance and high levels of profitability. WINGAMES are widely accepted and are the favourites for the Mexican players.

WIN’s server-based system includes a multigame menu that allows the player to choose between a wide number of games that are remotely downloaded to the machine. The system also offers the possibility of WIN’s mistery jackpot with three prize levels, MEGA, SUPER and MINI configurable according to the requirements and needs of the operator.

“At ELA we meet our clients and friends from the industry and it is the perfect stage to exhibit our product to the Latin-American market”, commented Dario Zutel, Chairman & CEO of Win Systems.

WIN will present the new developments of its server-based Systems running on its brand new machine Gala-W, an interactive video lottery terminal especially designed for route and bingo halls operations.

The last generation terminals with double screen and touch monitor, and the advantage of always having the last and best games constantly updated by WIN through its remote downloadable games system provide confidence and efficiency to the operators of this market.

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