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G2E 2019 REVIEW


reward, loyalty and player tracking tools for players, as well as advanced business intelligence tools for the Wigos casino management system were highlighted. The cybersecurity solution, a pioneering service in the industry, also generated excitement as it is especially designed and adapted for casinos of all sizes and all jurisdictions. Thanks to this solution, the company offers detection, analysis and remediation against cyber security threats, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.


Darío Zutel, Executive Chairman at Win


Systems, commented: “Once again at G2E, we managed to show the qualitative important leap that we are taking in our offer as global technology providers for the industry, with novelties of high added value that allow us to compete at the highest level, whatever the casino’s need and regardless of its size or location.”


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uring the most recent edition of G2E Las Vegas, Urbain Thewissen from e-gaming, the man responsible for Latino America and Spain, had very interesting meetings with their partners in the Americas like Mexico, Colombia and Panama.


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Some new jurisdictions will be added in Latino America in the near future as negotiations with partners and possible distributors are at an advanced level. Urbain met several casino managers, slot


directors and operators of slots halls which already have e-gaming machines in their locations; Urbain got very positive feedback about results of 2019 so far, all confirmed that their decision to install the e-gaming portfolio of games was a very good move for them. E-gaming’s games are very popular in most locations and the demand for machines is currently increasing in Panama and Mexico. Due to the success of their games in land-based locations, the demand for game content is increasing steadily; during G2E, Urbain sealed two new deals with online casino operators.


The need for e-gaming’s game content is


increasing in Europe and Latin America so quickly, their online game content development team is only just staying on top of demand!


G2E is an important and positive show for e-gaming as it is the place to meet a lot of people from Latin America – and many important European operators are also frequent visitors to this show. For Urbain this was his 18th visit – and yet another positive experience.


Printed player vouchers from $50 to $5,000


may then be redeemed at the tables. Eliminating game stoppage means more hands are played per hour. Players like that they do not have to disclose personal data to secure credit. The patented, tested technology that will soon have mobile capability, is already operating in California and New Mexico. PlayOn is also approved in New Jersey, Connecticut and multiple tribal jurisdictions. PlayOn has no upfront costs and installs in minutes.


EVERI HOLDINGS, INC. Everi Holdings, the industry’s only single-source provider of gaming products, financial technology and loyalty solutions, exhibited a comprehensive portfolio. The “Digital Neighborhood,” financial technology solutions easily connect with Everi’s expansive, secure network. Promotional self-service kiosks expedite easy


enrollment and contact updates by scanning actual drivers licenses or passports. The kiosks replace the player loyalty enrollment desk, free up casino floor space and print new and/or replacement player loyalty cards. Kiosks also offer account lookups and comp redemptions while also delivering casino maps, interactive property information and a custom event calendar.





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