ll the events and ceremonies will be attended by the Director of the Gambling Commission of the Cia de Turismo de Puerto Rico, Andy Viera. Leiva announced that authorities from Jamaica, Antigua and Barbuda and Panama have all confirmed their presence. Operators from Puerto Rico, Aruba, Panama, the Virgin Islands and Jamaica have likewise registered.
The international conferences will be held today and on Thursday, from 9 a.m. to 13.30 p.m.. Respectively the topics that will be looked at are gaming and i-gaming.
Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) is sponsor of the show and the series of conferences. GLI Director of Latin American and Caribbean Development, Sierra-Hughes, will be the moderator on the first day and will speak on “Perspectives of the Regulatory Process of Control and Technical Compliance in Latin America and the Caribbean.”
BMM Testlabs has announced that Richard Williamson, SVP Regulatory Education, International, will be another of the moderators – the master of ceremonies on the second day of the conferences.
Additionally, academic sessions of the Nevada University will be taking place between 8.30 a.m. and 13.30 p.m.
Novomatic Americas booth presents a selection of the latest casino product highlights: the Dominator with a range of Novo Line Interactive multi-game mixes, the Novostar SL2 casino slant top and the Super-V+ Gaminator upright cabinet with the latest Coolfire II mixes and the Panther Roulette II.
The Titanic video slot will be one of the big stars on display at Bally’s booth. With scenes and music from the movie, Titanic integrates a lot of the already proven game mechanics, mystery functions and a maximum progressive jackpot. Other products to be exhibited are U-Spin Bonus Wheel and Alpha 2 Pro Wave and Equinox cabinets (originally developed by SHFL entertainment). Visitors will have the chance to play four games in Equinox: 88 Fortunes, 5 Treasures, Grawr and Big Red Lantern.
TransAct Technologies will showcase, together with Suzo-Happ, its distribution partner, the qualities of its Epicentral print system as well as the printers from the Epic family. Epicentral enables the real-time delivery of targeted promotions and coupons directly to slot machines and electronic table games across the slot floor.
Slot-Tickets is exhibiting its wide collection of security options and new promotional uses. Tickets adapt to the Ticket-in, Ticket-out (TITO) system. TITO is replacing the use of coins and tokens in casinos worldwide at a growing pace and satisfying the increasing demand of the manufacturers that can comply with the industry’s requirements.
Alfastreet presents to the Latin American public its four-station R4 electronic roulette. This product has an elegant design, offers a great gaming experience for players and has a compact size. The firm has received several purchase orders and multiple installations are in the pipeline.
Ainsworth introduces its A560SL cabinet with a vertical LCD 32” screen, peripheral LED illumination and an optional 19’’ topper LCD to incorporate a mystery progressive. It will also showcase the latest titles from the Multi Win collection, a series of multigames including the most successful titles from the Game Plus library.
DLV will highlight at its booth its main products for Latin America: the three-level Jewel jackpot and the Dragon jackpot, as well as Gauya Quest and four-level mystery progressive jackpot Vollinstars. Those games are present in several regional countries, such as Peru, Costa Rica and others.
Win Systems will also unveil its main products. Nowadays, Wigos, its casino management system, operates in more than 160 casinos in 55 cities. As a novelty, it will present WASS, a casino accounting system, ideal for the management and interconnection of all the machines.
The trade show will open its doors today and tomorrow from 13.30 p.m. until 19 p.m. A welcome party at the terrace of the Convention Center will be the high note of the first day.