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September 23, 2021

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Alfastreet to showcase at G2E Asia

Alfastreet to showcase at G2E Asia
The 2015 edition of the G2E exhibition in Macau will be marked by the appearance of 2 absolute premieres for the Asian markets.
Macau | 04/30/2015

The 2015 edition of the G2E exhibition in Macau will be marked by the appearance of 2 absolute premieres for the Asian markets.

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he first is the brand new mechanical horse-racing machine, the Alfastreet Royal Derby, which is the modern interpretation of one of the most popular ETG's ever. It will be accompanied by the industry's first single terminal with the huge, 32” touch screen monitor, the high performance unit called WIKY.

The Royal Derby takes all the good traditions of the horse-racing themed ETG and combines it with the latest technology and connectivity. The company has revised the mechanical part of the game, giving the player the “in game” experience, sitting close to the racetrack and monitoring all the movements of the realistic models. The spacious dome comes with the stunning details and superior technology, including the 360 degrees HD camera, tracking all the developments of the game. Alfastreet's player interface has been tuned to provide an easy, quick and entertaining interaction, making it without the doubt the new trendsetter in the industry.

WIKY is the brand new unit, with 32” touch screen monitor, that enables the player to simultaneously play up to 4 different games. The company's trademark Multiplayer feature offers a variety of the most popular games for the client's enjoyment. Needless to say, it comes with all the up-to-date technology and connectivity options.

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