Elektronček, the Slovenian company renowned for its Interblock multi-player games, has been making its presence felt at international trade shows for the gaming industry. After Enada Primavera 2012 in Rimini, Italy in mid-March the company was seen at Interazar in Madrid before the National Indian Gaming Trade Show (NIGA) at the beginning of April. Interblock is now preparing for its appearance at G2E Asia in Macau as well as visiting the Southern Gaming Summit in Mississippi on May 9-10, booth #910.
Organic Virtual™ is the most attractive video table product on the market with two basic versions available for playing with Cards games or Roulette wheel. Virtual generators are totally independent and automated as they do not require any human assistance when simulating traditional table games. The exhibition year for the company's products commenced at London's ICE in January and before the year ends also includes Ontario in Canada, KwaZulu Natal in South Africa, and last but not least G2E in Las Vegas.
Elektronček was established in 1989 and was repositioned in the gaming industry in 1997, introducing its first generation of multiplayer gaming machines two years later. In 2011 the company’s G4 Organic Roulette became the first ever electro-mechanical roulette approved in Nevada. This year Chairman Joc Pececnik was voted as one of the ‘25 People to Watch in 2012’ in Global Gaming Business and Interblock’s biggest installations to date went live at Resort World New York’s amazing Aqueduct property.
Following the NIGA show, Danny Oulette, Sales Manager at Interblock USA commented, “The flexibility and great look of all of our products and the ability to be able to customize an area with both real and virtual product options really peaks the interest of our blue ribbon customer base. 2012 looks to be even stronger than 2011 and the comments we are hearing from customers in many areas of the country is more like "Wow you guys are everywhere." (E-04.13.12)
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