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Atronic Launches 'Cash Fever'

Slot manufacturer Atronic International announced additions to its executive sales team in Europe. Matthew Collman will take over as head of sales for Eastern Europe. He will be headquartered in St Albans, U.K., and will be responsible for sales of Atronic slots and systems in Belgium, Belarus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Slovakia.

“We are all very pleased to introduce and welcome Matthew to the team,” said Stuart German, sales director for Atronic International. “With the upcoming G2E Las Vegas show it is a great opportunity for him to meet customers and key industry personalities. Matthew joins the sales team at an exciting time for Atronic with our new ‘Era in Gaming Solutions’ kicking off to a good start for the company.”


“Cash Fever,” the groundbreaking multiple-progressive slot that has been extremely popular for Atronic around the world, recently was launched in Albania, debuting at the Regency Casino Tirana.


The casino introduced the game, which uses a free-spin bonus to increase a progressive jackpot through various levels on an animated thermometer, with free champagne for guests lined up to play. “Dr. Cash,” the professorial mascot depicted in the game, was on hand as a host and guide for players.


The Albania launch of the game represents the first launch in Albania of Atronic’s “e2” format, the new generation of the manufacturer’s “e-motion” platform.

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