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SBG
REPORT
E-gaming uses domestic market
as base for European expansion
Based in Prague, E-gaming is a young but very dynamic and evolving company which last year made inroads into Poland
and Slovakia and is now looking further afield to western Europe and other international markets.
multilotto minals currently in operation. net. This allows operators to market. It has been very well gaming’s MultiLotto system. any company’s VLT to be
SYSTEMS E-gaming created its Multi- connect Multilotto VLTs to a accepted by Czech players and Currently, E-gaming is extend- plugged in. There are two levels
lotto SBG system that allows wide library of games and gives is one of the main reasons the ing its product range and invest- of jackpot - one level is a local
Since entering the gaming access to the advantages of access to extensive operational company has grown so much ing a lot of time and energy in level jackpot for individual
industry in 2005, Czech-based online technology like: multi- modelling tools. Regardless of in that market in such a small getting its products just right. In arcades and the second level
E-gaming has begun to make a channel gaming, which allows the size of the operation, the space of time. Offering 12 Q1 2009, the company intro- jackpot is for all E-gaming
real name for itself and has players to access games on Multilotto SBG system can scale games based on well-known duced a new game package. Enti- machines across the system.
become one of the main players other platforms; support for to operator’s requirements. themes and available in three tled Multilotto II, it features nine With a strong focus on
in its domestic market, where it multiplayer and progressive Games available in the system different cabinet designs, the new games with new graphics producing high-quality cabi-
has a strong position on the VLT jackpots; and fast access to any include video slots, table games, Multilotto I includes attractive and sounds and is designed for nets and developing its own
market. E-gaming was one of game avaliable in company’s video pokers, AWPs and pro- bonus features and free spins. the new terminal, Eline. This SBG system for gaming
the first companies to intro- portfolio, enabling a long tail gressive jackpot games. To consolidate its market features two 22-ins LCDs, 5.1 machines operated online,
duce VLTs into the Czech effect. The Multilotto system VLT Multi-lotto I, housed in position, E-gaming has part- sound and a new generation E-gaming predicts that the
Republic and it now has one of can easily be integrated on to the Black Pearl terminal was nered with AWP manufacturer PCB board. industry is heading towards
the largest networks in the any gaming floor. All that is the first product from the Auto Games, which has inte- The firm also provides a embracing server-based
country with roughly 8,500 ter- required is access to the inter- company to be launched on the grated its games into E- jackpot system which allows gaming wholesale.
Cost effective server-based could prosper post recession
silverlining proven technology with the ability to games and will now be interested in
BETSTONE deliver both on games and benefits, seeing how this solution can extend
operators will see it as something that to drive revenues further.”
According to BetStone, a pioneer in they can implement and manage for BetStone gaming machines
server-based gaming (SBG), casino themselves to deliver high demand provide the operator access to exten-
managers will increase adoption of games and tangible business benefits.” sive game libraries and casino man-
this technology to streamline their He pointed to global markets, for agement tools as well as connecting
operations to respond and address example South America and Italy, to legacy systems via SAS. Betstone
the challenges for the current envi- that have now sought to extend has years of experience in helping
ronment. lessons learned in Las Vegas by operators globally understand the
Avron Goss, Director at BetStone adapting new technology to gain a ease of setting up and maximising this
said casino managers are looking for competitive advantage. One technol- infrastructure’s potential in the gaming
new cost effective strategies and ogy in particular has seen greater market. Setting up BetStone’s server-
methods to address both increased uptake - server-based gaming. based gaming platform is as simple as
competition and the current challeng- “G2E saw a lot of visitors from other installing an office email system. Once
ing economic climate. He said opera- markets, with an understanding of installed, casino operators can access
tors would want to see what practical server-based technologies,” said BetStone’s server-based gaming
technology solutions exist that can be Marzia Turrini, head of business library globally, with over 90 games on
easily implemented to deliver imme- Development in Latin America for Bet- its current platform ranging from class
diate results. demand with a minimum of disruption, important decisions on. Stone. “They have seen the ability of III and class II games, video poker,
One of those pressures will be to whilst delivering vital player trend “Server-based gaming is a big talking server-based gaming to adapt quickly bingo and table Games, as well as
deliver new games to meet player information with which they can make point,” said Goss. “Because it is a to players demands with the latest regional specific content.
50 February 2010 • SBGreport
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