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The continuing evolution of Patir’s most comfortable ever slot chair was on view at ICE with the Anaconda Cobra chairs, named after the shape of their headrests

At the ICE show in London, Patir Design CEO, Seref Patir, explained the evolution of the Cobra chair designs: “Every casino needs a special VIP gaming area and these chairs are perfect for the VIP player who wants to relax and play the slots. Our Anaconda and Cobra chairs are the most comfortable ever designed for the slot industry with a sliding system that makes the player’s position adjustable from the base offering each player their perfect playing position. The chair has its own panel of play buttons in the armrest so players barely have to lift a finger to play. The chair also has its own sound system incorporated into it too, to submerse the player into the slot machine. We’ve had a lot of interest from both

casino operators and slot manufacturers wanting to take slot comfort to the next level.”

Patir Design was also offering new ranges of high-end, four-legged, table gaming chairs along with its modular range of VIP casinos chairs, live casino chairs, Poker, Bingo chairs, Inspector chairs, Banquette chairs, Bar Stools, Lounge chairs and Life Style sofas.

Mr. Patir explained that the Diamond range was selling particularly well. Each chair is available with either a column in fixed height, a regular gas lift or a multifunctional gas lift or a self-return- ing-automatic-mechanism.

“We’ve completed a lot of orders with British operators Rank and Aspers over the last year, but our sales net is cast far and wide, covering most countries in Europe.”

Patir Design CEO Seref Patir at the ICE show. GTECH RUBBING SYSTEMS UP THE RIGHT WAY

GTECH showcased its latest systems solution at the ICE show with headliners Rub4Riches and JP2go

Through its gaming product brand, Spielo, GTECH launched two new casino management system products at ICE with JP2go and Rub4Riches.

JP2go is the first fully-installed, turnkey jackpot solution in a standalone package. Independent of other systems, deployment is quick and easy. JP2go offers targeted, revenue- building mystery, progressive and wide area jackpots to create excitement on the floor and increase machine play for an all-inclusive, per- machine price. A high-tech multimedia signage solution is included in the package to promote jackpots and share the excitement of big wins.

Rub4Riches meanwhile offers players the chance to win a customised scratch card on the touch-screen player interface. Players use the interface to rub areas on the screen for a chance to win promotional credits in real time, directly at the slot machine. Rub4Riches helps casinos promote loyalty, encourage longer play and differentiate the casino from other gaming venues.

Fivos Polymniou, International Sales Director for GTECH Systems, said: “We’re expecting big things from both these new products which,

GTECH systems’ Chiang Lai Fatt and Fivos Polymniou..

along with System2go, Galaxis and gameViz give us a really comprehensive suite of products suitable for operations of all size. 2013 was a great year for international growth in systems with triple digit growth. From a standing start in Asia two years ago, we have now secured some notable market shares, including 80 per cent of the systems market in South Korea and significant market share in Cambodia, Philippines and Vietnam. In Cambodia we’ve installed with Dreamworld Poipet, Dreamworld Pailin, and NagaWorld Casino. The Philippines remains an exciting market looking forward into 2014 with a spate of openings and a few more deals heading our

way. We’ve also experienced continual growth in the maturing markets in Eastern Europe with a great deal signed in Vladivostok, one of the new gaming zones in Russia. We’ve also seen growth in Romania, Bulgaria and Georgia.”

With regards to the System2go, GTECH is excited to be rolling out Ticket-In, Ticket-Out for the AWP sector.

Mr. Polymniou said: “Despite the fact that Italy and Germany do not yet allow bill validators on AWPs the market is still huge with Spain and the UK accounting for 4,000 machines with around 1.6m AWPs in Europe alone.”

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