“G2E is very important for Win Systems, as it is the main meeting point for our industry in the Americas which is our biggest market today. In 2018 edition we grew very much both in size (our booth was three times bigger) and even more significantly in the number of delegates visiting us and the business meetings held (we almost doubled them compared to 2017). As you can imagine, we’re leaving Las Vegas enormously satisfied with the job done and the outstanding results we achieved,” said CEO Eric Benchimol.
Win Systems premiered many innovative products in the trade-show. In particular, new solutions for its casino management system Wigos stand out, such as Card2Go. This 2 in 1 solution joins a casino playing card and a debit card in a single product. The 2 new versions of its player tracking InTouch were also presented.
“The sustained growth of our CMS Wigos, currently connecting more than 80,000 slots in almost 300 casinos worldwide, is based on 2 main pilars: the robustness and reliability of the system, providing full confidence to the operator on his day-to-day business, and also our commitment to provide innovative solutions that enable the casino to add significant value both to its operation and to its player’s offer”, commented the executive.
Win Systems also presented new products for their renowned Gold Club electronic roulette and GameStar slot machines. The company showcased for the first time the hybrid system which allows players to switch from the traditional roulette game to the revolutionary Chinese Roulette that was introduced few months ago. The slant-top slot machine GameStar ST3 and the new Symbol driven jackpot Power Gong were also exhibited.
“Improving the gaming experience is the principle leading our innovation process both in the premium electronic roulette Gold Club and our GameStar machines. This is the key to success behind the new solutions we brought to the trade-show, together with the outstanding Win Systems team. I have only words of gratitude for all of them, thanks for such an amazing performance,” Eric Benchimol concluded.