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October 25, 2021

Albert Radman, the firm’s Marketing and Sales Manager

Alfastreet to have an expanded exhibition area at ICE 2012

(UK, exclusive Albert Radman, Alfastreet’s Marketing and Sales Manager, talked to about future ICE show, in which the firm will present its latest products, complete gaming solutions and new designs. “Our company is well positioned as a leading manufacturer in our segment of gaming machines,” he affirmed.


irst of all, Radman spoke about the products that the firm will introduce at the event: “We will officially reveal our new Derby game which is already catching lots of attention from operators all around the world. Besides, we will bring along our multi table-multi terminal-multi game solution which is our number 1 seller for the past year.

When asked about the expectations for ICE show, he said: “Our company is well positioned as a leading manufacturer in our segment of gaming machines. That is why it is very for us to keep presenting ourselves at every major gaming event. We are making sure that the 'public' is always informed about our activities, our developments, our progress in different areas of gaming machine manufacturing”.

Radman then pointed that the firm is also using this event to reconnect with many of their partners, clients, supporters from all around the world. “This is a great chance to catch up and to make sure the Alfastreet experience is still on the top of the game, as everybody expects from us.”

He continued: “This show is basically gathering visitors from all of the world's markets, except the Asian. It is very unclear to me why the organizers do not consider the Asian vistors and make sure they are able to attend this exhibitions. The Asian is one of the rare 'active' gaming markets and this should not be neglected. To explain, this year's ICE is held concurent with the Chinese New Year and this means there will be virtually no Asian visitors to this show. This is still a global event which is still greatly attended by quality visitors from around the globe and any serious manufacturer cannot afford to miss out.”

Finally, he commented about Alfastreet plans for the following year: “If we look ahead to 2012, we believe it will be approximately the same as 2011. For the manufacturers with proper approach there will always be enough possibilities to ' make the deal'. At Alfastreet we have been investing in long term relationships with our customers, we develop an dprogress all the time, and we mkae sure we stay ahead of our competition. This is why we are looking very optimistically to yet another year in 'the trenches'.

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