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NEWS 8 November 2016
Comtrade Gaming opens Polish market with E-Fun deal
By Nicole Abbott
Technology provider Comtrade Gaming announced that their G2S (Game to System) protocol stacks will be incorporated into Polish slot machine provider E-Fun's video slots from 2017 onwards.

“With the recent legislative outcomes, E-Fun sought a partner who not only anticipates market shifts, but adapts to changing business forces,” said Pawel Paliwoda, CEO of E-Fun. “By combining our complementary products, we enhance our market offer and define the higher standards to which Poland's gaming industry will develop.”

Comrade Gaming's G2S protocol is a standardised solution which integrates assorted land-based systems. As a part of the sCore G2S Solution, G2S protocol stacks allow the Gaming Standards Association’s (GSA) G2S protocol to become implemented into both slot machine platforms and G2S host systems.

“The Comtrade team felt it was necessary to leverage our strong brand identity across new product categories and made a significant investment when developing the sCore G2S solution,” said Igor Rus, Head of Business Development at Comtrade Gaming. “In a single product, we work side-by-side with vendors, operators and regulators and unlock the power of network gaming.”
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