ith this being Merkur’s first visit to G2E Asia, the company was determined to make an impact, said sources of the firm. The stand boasted animating screens along its entire length, grabbing the attention of visitors. On the stand, the Privilege upright, Evolution slant-top, and well received Highflyer were all on display, along with the Merkur Dispenser.
Highlighting Merkur’s commitment to local markets, plenty of emphasis at the stand was placed on the company’s first selection of Chinese games. Nine titles were developed specifically for the Asian market, and visitors received a detailed demonstration of them in both English and Chinese.
“We were absolutely thrilled by our experience at G2E Asia 2013. With this being our first time at the exhibition, we had modest expectations, but we were intent on gaining a strong foothold in this market that’s full of potential,” said Daniel van Marissing. “In the event, the show was fantastic, from the many people we met through to selling the entire content of our stand right away. We’re very much looking forward to returning to G2E Asia next year, with even more innovative games especially tailored to the Asian market.”