in Systems will be displaying its impressive jackpot range for its GameStar slot machines, and its innovative Chinese roulette, being shown for the first time in the Americas.
Regarding the GameStar range, together with the most suitable machines for the Peruvian market with its extensive games library, Win Systems will also present for the first time in Peru its progressive “Pyramid” jackpot and the Symbol driven “Sunstriker” jackpot, with its 3 levels and 2 exclusive games.
The premium electronic roulette range from Gold Club will be also exhibited in the stand, including the recently launched 6 players Gold Club Ventura, andthe Chinese Roulette, shown for the first time in America. With this innovative version of the roulette game, the bet table features the usual 36 numbers plus zero, but is laid out as a figure of eight, which references the Chinese culture’s mystical relationship with this number. Additionally, players can also bet on alternative sets of numbers based on key elements of the Chinese tradition, such as the zodiac signs of the four basic elements in Nature.
Win Systems will be also displaying its casino management solutions, including demonstrations of its acclaimed WigosCMS, together with its powerful tools and apps such as Intellia, WinUp or WinStats, the company’s latest development that allows casino managers to access the casino key information in real time from their mobile devices.
The company will be present at the trade show with Silver Games, its GameStar and Gold Club distributor in Peru.
Eric Benchimol, CEO of Win Systems, said: "Peru is a very relevant market for us, so we carefully planned our presence at PGS. Since we changed our distributor last year, we’re now fully convinced we offer the standards of service required in this market.
The latest additions to our solutions range, including amazing jackpots, an innovative and sophisticated electronic roulette range, and our casino management system that keeps unbeatably growing in Latin America, leaves us in an excellent position to become the provider of reference for the country’s operators."