in Systems reaffirmed at G2E Las Vegas the strong growth it is experiencing in its three business divisions: Systems, Gaming and Lotteries. Throughout the three days of the show, it received hundreds of operators interested in its solutions and products, and especially in the novelties that were presented at its booth.
Within the Systems Division, the new reward, loyalty and player tracking tools for players, as well as advanced business intelligence tools for the Wigos casino management system were highlighted. The cybersecurity solution, a pioneering service in the industry also generated positive feedback as it is especially designed and adapted for casinos of all sizes and all jurisdictions. Thanks to this solution, the company offers detection, analysis and remediation against cyber security threats, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.
As for the Gaming Division, visitors showed a special interest in the collection of jackpots offered by GameStar, including the Pyramid (mystery progressive), the Power Gong (symbol driven) and its latest addition, the Colossal Warriors, a Mystery SAP. It also highlighted the new modular jackpot video and several new games to complete its multi-game platform with more than 80 titles.
Win Systems also showcased its range of Gold Club multiplayer electronic roulettes, including its latest release especially aimed at the Asian players in casinos around the world, the Gold Club Huo Long.
Darío Zutel, Executive Chairman at Win Systems, commented: “Once again at G2E, we managed to show the qualitative important leap that we are taking in our offer as global technology providers for the industry, with novelties of high added value that allow us to compete at the highest level, whatever the casino's need and regardless of its size or location.”
“By maintaining our hallmarks: absolute proximity to the client and their needs and use of the latest technologies to optimize the player experience. It is for all this that every day, more and more operators choose us as their trusted provider for their casinos and gambling halls,” Zutel concluded.