n the centre of this year’s stand will be Spintec’s new and enhanced product line, Karma Second Generation. Karma GEN2 will be presented for the first time in the United States in Las Vegas. With its release in the beginning of 2018, Spintec is once again proving to be an innovator and market leader always open for operator’s suggestions and requirements. Operators from all over the world are definitely noticing this. Our existing and new ETG solutions are currently present on 6 continents and almost every day we are adding new countries and cities on the map.
What novelties is Karma GEN2 bringing to the game floor?
Renato Bicic, Sales Director at Spintec says: “Flexibility is something we at Spintec bet on. That’s why Karma GEN2 can be customized as suits your casino best. Operators can choose between different games (Roulette, Sic Bo/Craps, Baccarat or a variation of games), different technologies (Automated, Virtual and Live), various languages (more than 20), and specific parameters (e.g. game speed or betting time). Karma also offers a multitude of different colours, materials and set ups to choose from that will fit any casino interior perfectly. Its cutting-edge design accounts for sublime attraction and visibility among other electronic table games on the casino floor. We believe that are all reasons operators fell instantly in love with new Karma and want it also in their casinos.”
One of the first installations of Karma GEN2 was made in Slovenia, Spintec’s home country, in Casino & Hotel Park. Matjaž Pregelj, Slot Manager at Park says they are amazed by Karma GEN2 ability to attain players. “Karma GEN2 promises longer gaming sessions which directly translates into higher revenues for us. We are seeing this on a daily basis from the day we introduced Karma GEN2 to our casino floor. Karma GEN2 is designed in a way it has complete player’s attention from the very first moment they sit down to play.”
G2E visitors will also have a chance to see Spintec’s amphitheatre product line called Aura. Aura works best in amphitheatre setups with multiple screens and tables in front. However, it can also be used in an island with one central screen or as a standalone station for a virtual game. The main advantage of Aura is that gives the operators the freedom to change configurations as they see fit without unnecessary costs.