ow did the Asian market respond to MEI’s SC Advance, EASITRAX Soft Count and the Bank Note Recycler (BNR)?
MEI’s continued success reflects the importance operators are placing on high acceptance rates, unrivalled security, best jam performance and lowest cost of ownership in the industry. The payback operators receive from specifying the MEI product portfolio results in an improved player experience, ultimately leading to increased revenues. MEI takes a tremendous amount of pride in offering industry-leading products and customer service to match.
How is MEI positioned in the main Asian premier gaming jurisdictions?
MEI has established a leading presence in the Asian Gaming market, including the Philippines, wins in Singapore and 65% ship share in Macau. These markets continue to grow and new ones emerge. MEI will continue to expand through its proven value proposition and core competencies – acceptance, jam rate, security and cost of operation.
What can you tell us about G2E Asia visitors’ quality?
MEI was in front of all its customers and potential customers at G2E Asia. The industry decision makers were present, making the show a success.
What feeling did you close G2E Asia 2012 with?
This year’s show was extremely positive and the attendees were optimistic about the state of gaming. MEI is set to exhibit at G2E 2013 and looking forward to exhibiting at such an important and influential show in the Gaming industry.