Spintec to showcase the ultimate gaming solutions at G2E Asia

Spintec, together with its distributorAsia Pioneer Entertainment (APE), has been successfully working on the Asian market, and in the last three years, Spintecis holding a majority share in all new automated roulette installations in Macao.

Between the 21st and 23rd of May,Spintec will be exhibiting at theG2E Asia, the biggest trade show on the Asian market that will take place at the Venetian in Macao.

Spintec will showcase a large portfolio of casino gaming solutions, varioussetups of Aura and Karma product lines, which are, due to their proven record of longer gaming sessions, itsbest-selling products on the Asian market. Spintec’s products are distinguished by extreme comfort, stability, security, modularityand virtually endless options for customisation.

Aura, the ultimate gaming experience

Spintec will bring the most innovative gaming terminal to the Asian market. Aura gaming terminals are perfect for amphitheatresetups, combining live, automated and virtual games in one multigame experience.

Karma, the ideal compact solution

Compact electronic table games are Spintec’s flagship on the Asian market. At the G2E Asia Spintecwill present the compact Karma Gen2 solution, including automated Roulette and Sic Bo, one of the most popular gamein the region.

Spintec’s stand-alone: A unique solution for casino floor

At G2E Asia Spintec will showcase stand-alone, Karma and Aura, virtual playing stations with a multigame option for a player to choose betweendifferent virtual games – Roulette, Sic Bo and Baccarat. Stand-alone playing station offers a player a sense of intimacy and faster gameplay.

Introducing the newest game:Blackjack

Spintec’s highlight at this year’s G2E Asia will be Blackjack, a new game that will be presented in Asia for the first time.

Visit Spintec at booth #A1041 and discover its new unique gaming solutions that meet the most demanding operators’ requests. Send an email to Primoz Krsevan, Regional sales manager, and book your time with Spintecat the show.


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