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e-gaming was pitch perfect at the ICE London show


For e-gaming, ICE 2020 proved one of the best editions since the company's debut at the biggest and most important European gaming event. Te amount of visitors was far above our expectations taking into account the political climate in a lot of countries regarding the industry in general


e-gaming was happy to welcome its existing and many new potential customers and business partners from various countries and continents to the ICE London show.


“Tis year we have seen a considerable number of Latin American customers where our business is constantly growing and most importantly potential new partners for interesting jurisdictions which could be added to the ones where e-gaming already has its significant footprint,” stated e-gaming’s Urbain Tewissen at ICE.


“We were presented new challenging projects and we are looking forward to start business in those countries. It certainly takes a while to pave a good road to success in another continent but after six years we have already created a good name for e- gaming in Latam and all the efforts made in those years are finally starting to pay off.”


SUZOHAPP unleashes the power of its VisionPro line and new pricing strategy on Elo monitors


With a range of sizes, capabilities and designs – SUZOHAPP’s LED-framed VisionPro monitors took centre stage alongside a vast portfolio of cutting-edge printers, scanners, buttons, cabinet parts and cash management solutions


Using top panel brands and high-quality boards, VisionPro is available in sizes between 6.2” to 90”. Te VisionPro’s Tru-Glass capability allows touchscreens to work through 9mm of tempered glass and is supported by fast customisation available for both OEMs and upgrades, including specialised panels and integration, customised metal, touchscreens and inputs. Capable of resolutions up to 4K, standard and stretched panel formats, a choice of 10-touch Projected Capacitive (PCAP) and matching non-touch versions, the VisionPro is also economically priced.


“Besides our own VisionPro monitor line, we are also the leading distributor of top-quality Elo gaming monitors. Our increased bulk purchasing power and pricing strategy is allowing serious price reductions from what OEMs may have seen before on the well-established product range,” explained Mike Sigona, SUZOHAPP’s Global Gaming Product and Business Development Manager. “Customers can now more easily justify having Elo quality in their machines.


e-gaming closed important deals for delivery of online game content for Latam casinos at this year’s show and others are underway to being finalised; and the company also noted great interest in e-gaming products by visitors from the north of Europe and other European jurisdictions for landbased and online content.


“At this year’s show we have presented our new cabinet e-flat, which caught the attention of many visitors to our stand,” said Mr. Tewissen. :”Te cabinet will be available for mass production at the end of this year and will be available in two versions – upright and sit-down and can be configured with two or three 27ins. monitors with LED stripe around all the monitors; followed by the version with 32” monitors.”


e-gaming’s in-demand and successful cabinet e- neon was also showcased during the event and had a lot of buyers. Alongside the cabinets the company presented a significant number of new land based games and online game content for all our markets and our software team is working towards the release of many new exciting games.


“We presented new games for Belgium, where we already have very successful experience on the best performing casino websites. Just this year we


e-gaming’s Urbain Thewissen pictured at ICE London 2020


have launched six new game titles for online casinos and five new titles for land based operations, while our first land based games were released just a few days before the show and the online launch took place on February 10th. “


Mike Sigona, Global Gaming Product and Business Development Manager


“Alongside over 150 gaming monitors, the new website offers comprehensive product information on all the complementary components from cash handling, printers and scanners, to locks in an intuitive and easy-to- navigate format. Te site also has a renewed focus on the mass growth market of sport betting and a completely new product line of OTC lottery solutions.”


Displayed alongside the VisionPro range was the new drop-in replacement E-PRL electronic reprogrammable lock which enables remote authorisation, traceability, and the benefit of never again needing to change locks when a key is lost or an employee dismissed. Te Dynamic Panel Systems (DPS) features the latest


advancements in player interfaces, offering the adaptability of touch screens whilst maintaining the feel of mechanical pushbuttons to keep users engaged.


Also showcased were the Newland line of scanners, new printer models from Nanoptix and Custom, and POS solutions for lottery and sports betting.


“Te depth and breadth of our product line is unmatched – we can provide every component operators and OEMs need to run their businesses efficiently,” added Sigona. “Even more, we continue to deliver value-added innovation that our customers can use to drive demand for their offerings.”


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