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COPING WITH COVID Spintec


been setup in a way that the Jackpot can be won by several players at once, and it is up to the casino to set up to either distribute the winnings to all players equally or proportionally to the player's bet.


Spintec has recently signed an exclusive long- term distribution agreement with Dynamic Gaming Solutions, based in Oklahoma City. How do you see the US multi-player market shaping up? Are installation rates at the level you would expect for a market of its size?


Our partnership with Dynamic Gaming Solutions is an important milestone for both companies. Industry reports indicate that the install base in the US of ETGs vs slots is below one per cent which is a fraction of the install base in other regions such as Europe and Asia.


Due to Covid-19, casinos are reviewing whether it is necessary to have a large number of live table which can be partially automised with our solutions. Furthermore, ETGs are a great addition to any casino floor as it attracts a wider audience than traditional slot games and you have so many ways in creating stadium setups making it a lively and fun experience for the players.


Whilst Spintec has installations across the globe, what markets are most exciting? Where is the greatest potential for multi-players?


Every project we do is exciting and different on its own way which makes our business both fun and dynamic. The most exciting market in terms of


potential is definitely the US. Even though we are going through challenging times, we are thankful to have concluded exciting projects in Monte-Carlo and Switzerland. Both of these are demanding market, proving we have been recognised as one of the most dependable yet innovative solution providers in the ETG segment.


automated Roulette with 10 playing stations in a socially distanced way?


Safety is the number one priority for us as manufacturers as well as operators. By following safety protocols, operators are doing everything in their power to ensure players can play safely and minimise any negative impact on a great casino experience. Operators can manage the floor space by putting in place plexiglass barriers, disinfecting hands and instructing guests to keep a safe distance.


What are the current trends within multi- players and how has the perception of multi-players shifted within the industry?


What players want very much varies per country but in general we do see standalone terminals connected to live games as a trend, which has grown in strength due to Covid-19. To keep live games in operation is very challenging for operators because of distance, disinfecting


chips and playing surfaces, so a solution with a dealer assisted table and connection to standalone terminals has proven to be a great solution for both players and staff. Tis also applies in the case of an automatic and virtual games.


We are seeing a shift from standard compact solutions Karma, which is still our mainstream product to Aura standalones which enable more games, both automatic, live and virtual at the same time. Tis concept also leaves room for later additions in terms of number of gaming venues and selection of games.


Spintec offers a progressive jackpot system to its Karma Roulette. What is the function of these progressive systems?


Our progressive system allows additional winnings in addition to the standard rules of the game, which further increases the interest level of the game and thus gameplay. Te system has


Every project we do is exciting and different on its own way which makes our business both fun and dynamic. Te most exciting market in terms of potential is definitely the US. Even though we are going through challenging times, we are thankful to have concluded exciting projects in Monte-Carlo and Switzerland. Both of these are demanding market, proving we have been recognised as one of the most dependable yet innovative solution providers in the ETG segment.


Our next step will be entering the French market through one of the SFMs. At the beginning of this year we have established our regional sales office in the Netherlands to increase our market presence in Western Europe which we will succeed in despite these unprecedented times.


Finally, how do you expect multi-players to develop over the coming years? What new game types and experiences do you foresee becoming popular?


In the future, we see a development trend in terms of connecting ETG products to online games, so that the same player can experience the same on the terminals in the casino as well as anywhere else. We believe that making inroads into online gaming will further advance our land-based product. Local market orientation is also very important in the development of new games - we are currently working on games for the Asian market and this requires a specific and in-depth approach.


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