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Win Systems Acquires Gold Club

Win Systems Acquires Gold Club

Win Systems, a leading technology supplier for the casino and lottery industries, announced it has acquired Gold Club, one of the leading Slovenian-based suppliers of electronic table games to European casinos, for an undisclosed amount.

Backed by Metric Capital Partners, a London-based private capital firm, Win Systems has completed the purchase of the Slovenian-headquartered global developer, which has market presence in over 50 countries worldwide.

The combination of the two companies will create an emerging leader in the gaming industry, capable of offering both lottery and casino clients end-to-end solutions including casino management systems, VLTs, electronic gaming machines and electronic table games. Following the acquisition, the group will have a significant footprint in Europe, South Africa and the Americas.

The acquisition comes after a period of substantial organic growth for Win Systems, with the company’s innovative casino management system WIGOS now installed in over 260 casinos in 17 countries worldwide, providing connectivity to over 60,000 machines.

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