Win Systems will look to carry on the momentum generated at recent LatAm trade shows, including Juegos Miami and FADJA, as it aims to expand its footprint in the region with its integration of Gold Club almost complete.
Gold Club, the global developer and provider of gaming machines and electronic roulette, was acquired in late 2016 and has seen its operations successfully incorporated into Win Systems in recent months.
The new gaming arm is playing a key part in Win Systems' operations going forward, taking advantage of the synergies between market-leading systems and the latest gaming technology and design.
Eric Benchimol, CEO at Win Systems, said: "We are set to make a big splash at this year's Peru Gaming Show as we continue our significant growth strategy in the LatAm region, and our Gold Club products will play a significant role in this.”
"I'm pleased to say we are ahead of schedule with the integration. We have held onto the entire team and have significantly added to our workforce since the acquisition. This shows our commitment and determination to continue growing rapidly," Benchimol added.
Win Systems will be showcasing its Casino Management System, WIGOS, which currently provides over 260 casinos within 17 countries worldwide, alongside its innovative marketing tools, Intellia and WinUp.These will be supplemented by its ten-position Futura and four-position Quadra electronic roulette, as well as a variety of its ST2 and S3 gaming machines, which will be displaying various immersive proprietary Gold Club games.