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Spielo to distribute Alfastreet in Delaware

Gtech Corporation video lottery subsidiary Spielo USA has been selected by the Delaware State Lottery as exclusive distributor for Slovenia’s Alfastreet.

Spielo will distribute Alfastreet’s R8 eight-player automated roulette games to all three of the state’s racinos-Delaware Park, Dover Downs and Harrington Raceway.

The R8 units, which place eight touch-screen player stations around a central, automated roulette wheel, will be manufactured by Atronic Americas LLC, another GTECH subsidiary which holds the exclusive license to manufacture and distribute Alfastreet products in North America.

“With 56 gaming positions at all of the gaming venues in Delaware, Alfastreet R8 will provide players who typically prefer live table games with an entirely unique experience, including features such as an automated roulette wheel, low and high wagering, one-touch betting, and multi-lingual screen menus,” said Victor Duarte, Spielo’s chief operating officer. “For the Delaware Lottery, in addition to greater profits when compared to live table games, Alfastreet R8 offers the highest levels of security, is easy to maintain, and allows for more efficient staffing.”

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