Merkur Gaming, with its local partners, were among the strongest represented gaming companies at the Future Gaming Belgrade trade show (September 21-22).
The 14th show in the series – having been forced to cancel in 2020 – emphasised the growing importance of Serbia as a destination for gaming machines. Merkur sent a strong team to the event with a wide portfolio of locally-targeted product.
The Allegro Trio slant top cabinet with multigame technology was a big attraction, along with the Avantgarde Max Duo and the larger Avantgarde Max Trio, both with virtually edgeless 31.5ins displays.
The company also showed the Link Zone, its mystery jackpot addition and the RTG Ring presentation shown in the Avantgarde Duo cabinet. GeWeTe, the money handling specialist, was also there with its Compact, Casino and Premium versions of the Cash Center. CEO Aristidis Tsikouras noted that the new debit card solution was popular with visitors.
Merkur Gaming CEO Sakis Isaakidis said: “The show is a pointer to the gradual reopening of live B2B events. It is a clear sign that things are at last starting to get better. It was an excellent show for us. Serbia’s gaming venues have been updated considerably and now rank with some of the most attractive.”