hat are your expectations about the last ICE to be held on Earls Court?
Since this is Galaxy Gaming first appearance as an exhibitor, we are excited to introduce our games to prospective clients throughout the UK and Europe. We believe that this being the last event to be held at Earl’s Court, many additional people may attend perhaps for nostalgia’s sake and this will enhance our experience at the show.
Will you launch new products in London?
We have a number of new products to Europe and the UK. Specifically, some of our classic proven games from North America. Lucky Ladies and Texas Shootout are the all time favourites, though we have a number of other games as well. We also hope to introduce a very popular game in the US and UK called 21+3 which is a blackjack enhancement.
What are the main benefits of the products that you will present?
We are learning that many casinos in Europe are not that familiar with the positive impacts on player appeal and casino hold that sidebets and what other new stand alone games can offer. We are having great results in our European placements thus far. LGS Gaming, based in Lyon, France, has placed games in strategic locations in Europe and the early returns are very favourable.
What are your main markets in Europe? How is positioned the company in this continent?
Currently, Galaxy Gaming has over 140 table game installations in the UK . As products are brand new to the European markets, the biggest opportunities are in all Western European countries.
What are your next plans for this region?
We are thrilled to be able to have Laurent Gaubout of LGS Gaming representing us in Europe. He has a lot experienced in the industry and has done an excellent job introducing our games to European casinos. We look forward to continuing our partnership as we expand internationally.