Merkur Gaming achieves its NIGA objectives
San Diego. Exhibiting for the first time since becoming an Associate Member of NIGA, Merkur Gaming Americas made their mark on the Tribal Government Gaming sector at the National Indian Gaming Association’s Tradeshow and Convention, held in San Diego, California.
“We are here to look and learn” said Merkur Gaming Americas Chief Executive Charles Hiten. More than that, we are here to present and to gauge reaction to our ‘Made in Germany’ product innovations and also to pay our respects to NIGA, a body that we are proud to now be an associate member of.”
On display at the Merkur Gaming Americas booth were a range of slot products, including the upright Merkurstar and the unique slant top Avantgarde; both models showing a broad spectrum of high attraction games from the extensive Merkur Gaming portfolio. Games such as the aqua-adventure Deep Sea Treasure and the entrancing Sprit of Nature drew much attention from the record breaking number of attendees and highlighted the quality and player attraction of the Merkur Gaming Americas offering.
Also exhibiting alongside Merkur Gaming Americas at NIGA was the highly respected cash handling and fellow Gauselmann subsidiary company GeWeTe, being represented by Sales Manager Mark Edmundson.
Having taken advantage of one of the many social events at NIGA to congratulate Ernest J Stevens Jr. on his re-election to the post of Chairman, Charles Hiten wrapped up an extremely successful NIGA for Merkur Gaming Americas by stating: “I am very happy that Merkur Gaming Americas has achieved its objectives here at NIGA. This was a landmark event for us as we continue to make our step-by-step market entry into US gaming. Our whole team has been enthused and energized by the warm reception that we have been given in San Diego and we will now continue to expand our presence in the future. Next year NIGA will be held in Las Vegas and, for certain, Merkur Gaming will be there in strength.”
Merkur Gaming Americas at NIGA 2017.