At the Peru Gaming Show Novomatic showed sophisticated cabinets with exciting Progressives, powerful ETGs as well as a most innovative casino management system, trending sports betting kiosks and top-performing online gaming solutions.
Many of the new products that had premiered at ICE in London were exhibited at PGS in Lima. Among them the new Black Edition II XL 3.32 with the Novo Line Cash Connection Edition 4 Linked Progressive mix, including the stunning Candelas de los Muertos titles; the Diamond X 3.32 with Novo Line Interactive Edition X3, but also the local best-seller Panthera Curve 1.43 with the Novo Line Concurve Edition 6.
FAZI’s automated Optimum Roulette multiplayer island with eight player positions presented a premium ETG solution that Peru’s venues definitely should not miss and the Novomatic ActionBook Plus 2.27 demonstrated a modern high-quality sports betting kiosk solution for the huge potential of this market segment in Peru.
The innovative NovoVision casino management system definitely captured the show visitor’s attention and impressed the operators with its uniquely comprehensive range of functionalities and a distinctive USP: NovoVision introduces biometric technologies for the management of gaming operations, e.g. for player recognition and access.
Katty López, Sales Director of Crown Gaming Peru, says: “PGS this year was a very successful show for Novomatic. We were really able to show that our varied 360° portfolio caters to all the requirements operators are going to have with outstanding products and solutions that take their business to another level.”
Max Bauer, Novomatic Vice President LATAM & Caribbean, says: “Our aim this year at our PGS stand was to give our customers an overview of the Novomatic products they could benefit from now as well as in the near future. Our show display was strongly focused on inspiring their visions for upcoming projects, thus seeking to broaden the industry’s perspective through novel solutions in the region such as our visionary casino management system.”