International Game Technology has announced its agreement with LUDI S.F.M. to provide IGT’s full suite of slot machines and systems in France.
The agreement also includes legacy GTech machines offered by GTech France S.F.M, as well as systems that the GTech Austria legacy organisation has sold in France for the last 23 years.
In addition, IMagine S.A.M, a LUDI associated company, will provide French customers with seamless support and service by leveraging legacy GTech systems experience.
“This agreement is an exciting evolution in the close relationship between LUDI and the new IGT,” said LUDI CEO Willy de Bruyn. “By offering our customers a larger selection of high-performing cabinets, games and systems, as well as supporting those products, they can reap the benefits of tailoring their gaming floor and operations more precisely to their needs and their players’ preferences.”
“This agreement demonstrates IGT’s continued commitment to the French gaming market, which is an important region for the Company,” said Walter Bugno, IGT CEO International.
“It enables LUDI, a valued IGT distributor, to provide a greater choice of top-performing products and systems to customers, and provides clients with the additional benefit of LUDI’s direct connection with IGT, the world’s leading end-to-end gaming company.”
IGT and GTech merged in April of this year and are now known as IGT. Both the legacy IGT organisation and the legacy GTech organisation have successfully partnered with LUDI for more than two decades.