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Novomatic to launch new products

AGI showcased two new slot cabinets and several additions to their gaming library

The Novomatic group’s Austrian Gaming Industries subsidiary launched several new products in its first exhibit at the SAGSE show in Buenos Aries last month.

    AGI showcased two new slot cabinets and several additions to their gaming library.

    “South America is a major expansion focus for us,” said AGI Managing Director Jens Halle. “We are already present in South America and have exhibited in trade shows in Peru and in Chile. The demand from customers from numerous South American countries for our innovative products has been accelerating recently, and we of course will react positively to that.

    “As one of the world’s most dynamic and fastest-growing gaming regions, we believe that it is completely appropriate that our world-leading products should be featured prominently at the region’s largest trade exhibition. We have chosen to mark this special occasion by launching some key product innovations at the show, and we are confident that these will be exciting for the decision-makers from across the continent who will attend SAGSE.”

    AGI demonstrated new games in its Coolfire II video slot platform, along with innovative new cabinet styles, and also is using the show to introduce South America to Flex-Link, a jackpot system from Independent Gaming Pty. Ltd. in Australia that is being distributed by AGI.

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