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ICE – Signs4U on thin ICE

By - 31 January 2013

Signs4U will be showing 50 products across the floor of the ICE Totally Gaming with its own booth (S7-130) and examples of its work on the booths of  IGT, Merkur, DRGT, Spielo International, Konami, Magic Dreams, Suzo Happ and other customers.

The products range from slot toppers to complete video walls as well as custom-made signage and this year, the latest innovation; Ultra-Thin signs which will include some new developments demonstrated for the first time.

Martin Spies CEO of Signs4U said: “this complete new sign has the exact same exclusive look and identity as the signs we already produce for years, the face of the sign remains exactly the same but the biggest surprise is the thickness, with only 2 cm we have done an outstanding job in creating this complete new gaming sign.”
The acrylic artwork in the sign remains replaceable so casino operators are still able to change the themes of these signs, Signs4U also offers a wide range of different colours and designs for this brand new sign line.

After thorough market research Signs4U discovered the need for these compact & thin designs especially in the Arcade and VLT markets in Spain and Italy.

The Dutch company is now regarded in Europe as setting the standard for physical signs, both indoor and outdoor and more recently the company has attained the gaming industry’s leadership for its digital signage. Some of the industry’s largest companies are now using Signs4U’s CNario software, which is manufactured by YCD/CNario. This is one of the world’s largest digital signage specialists and that accolade is now transferring in the gaming industry to Signs4U.

Managing Director, Martin Spies revealed that installations by Signs4U have taken place recently in the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Italy and Greece and outside of Europe in Africa and South America. “We will have a complete video wall on display on our booth as well as on the booth of Merkur, the major German manufacturer of gaming machines. We will also give demonstrations of the effective nature of digital signage to visitors who wish to see it in action.”

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