International edition
September 28, 2020

Interview to Patrick Magendans, firm’s International Sales Manager

Elaut presented its range of products at G2E Las Vegas 2009

(US, Exclusive Yogonet.com).- Patrick Magendans, International Sales Manager of Elaut, talked with Yogonet.com during recent G2E event in Las Vegas, where he commented the products that the firm showcased and talked about the show itself and the feedback from visitors.

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hat are you showing here in G2E?
We are showing our new Deluxe Stations connected to a live table. We can connect all live table games to Abbiati and Cammegh wheels. And the result of that, the wheel is electronically read through our system. And our system can be connected to our player stations. This gives the advantage that existing casinos with live wheels can add electronic player stations. The wheel we are showing here has sensors, and existing tables do not have the sensors; we can offer a system in which the manufacturer of the wheel, for example, as here on this game Cammegh, can have an eye ball on top, so that gives the same facility, the same technology as shown here, for any existing table, so people do not have to invest in a new wheel, and it gives them the advantage that ot gives more security.

How many terminals can you add?
You can add up to 255. And you could double that but I don’t know any casino in the world that has so many.

And how was the show for your company?
Well, before coming to the exhibition, I did a tour in Central America and the Caribbean in a few countries, and for us, it is the first time that we exhibit. We did it some 7 or 8 years ago and we were never successful. But now it is different as we have a wider range of products. Besides the machines, the roulettes and the multi-player and the player stations, we have a management system, because we are diversifying. And by coming here, I have a fixed place where people can meet me up, which that allows me to tied up things here.

And how visitors receive Elaut’s developments?
Well, we didn’t expect to have US customers, but we got a lot of attention from them. And we are looking out to see if we can get into a licensing procedure, so we have some companies that are willing to work with us. We do have licenses so it could only speed up the process and, maybe in the next year or two, we see ourselves in the American market, we hope.

Are you planning to go to another show in the next couple of months?
We will be in January in London, where we will have a major booth and will show a few new items, a new platform on the management system and a new dice game and probably a single player.

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