The company will start its expansion plan in the Asian market after providing its gaming solutions in America and Europe, where the company has reported 'strong growth.'
Regarding the systems division, Win Systems has already scheduled demonstrations of its well-known WIGOS casino management system, which currently connects more than 90,000 machines in 325 casinos of all sizes around the world, including arcades and route operations. The company will also be demonstrating some of its powerful features to optimize daily operation and decision making, such as Intellia (business intelligence tool), WinStats (an app allowing the casino managers to receive real-time key figures from the casino on the smartphone) and WinUp (an app for players, customized with the casino image and content).
Within the gaming division, Win Systems will be showcasing its Gold Club electronic roulettes, the most compact in the premium segment, allowing the casino to maximize floor monetization. Also, on display will be the Chinese Roulette, that allows patrons to choose between the traditional electronic roulette or the innovative Chinese Roulette.
Also, in the gaming division, the company will showcase two of its best gaming machine models: its best-selling upright model, the GameStar S3; and the GameSTar ST3, a slant-top version of the GameStar S3. Both models use state-of-the-art technology which was designed to offer a better gaming experience and with an extensive library of games. Win Systems will also present their best WAP / LAP jackpots, both mystery(Pyramid) and Symbol driven (Power Gong).
Eric Benchimol, CEO de Win Systems, commented: "We are attending G2E Asia with great enthusiasm. We intend to transfer all of our great experience in other markets, so different from each other, such as the United States, Mexico, Argentina, and Spain, to operators and players in Asia."
"We already have several meetings arranged, but our intention is to meet new customers and, above all, to be known. We are convinced that our solutions, both in systems and in gaming, can be as successful in Asia as they are in America and Europe. We want to welcome all of the operators to our booth," he concluded.