QUA 18 DE JULHO DE 2018 - 13:27hs.
World Cup fever

Positive presence of Merkur at the Peru Gaming Show

While living the football world cup fever, 16th edition of the Peru Gaming Show (PGS) had a party atmosphere like never before. And at the event Merkur Gaming played their part by hosting a football themed booth and displaying its top selling ‘made in Germany’ machines and over 100 individual games.

The football theme came to the fore right from the opening of the show, with the international members of the Merkur Gaming team showing their own football allegiance by wearing the official shirts of their own national team. Represented were Peru, Germany, Colombia, Argentina and England; also plus members from Ecuador and Canada.

Highlighting the product and games presentation on the stand were the Peruvian operators’ favourite machine, the Avantgarde slant top and its latest evolution the Avantgarde Trio slant top. Also creating significant interest was the Evostar upright that, together with the Avantgarde models, was displayed in the stylish and eye catching Black Series finish.

Alongside Merkur Gaming were other significant member companies of the Gauselmann Group, cash handling experts GeWeTe and, taking a keen interest in the future of the much discussed forthcoming legalization of iGaming in Peru, edict and Cashpoint, the iGaming specialists.

Summing up, Tomas Mieles -LatAm sales director for Merkur Gaming- was enthusiastic. He said: “This has been a great edition of Peru Gaming Show, particularly for Merkur Gaming. We have had more visitors than ever before, the reaction to our products and games has been excellent and the marketing team’s idea of giving the booth a football theme was exactly on point.”

“I would like to congratulate the show organisers on a really excellent event and also thank our staff from Peru together with our international colleagues for the hard work and dedication they showed in demonstrating Merkur Gaming to be one of the top tier one companies currently working in the vibrant market that is gaming in Peru,” Mieles added.

Source: GMB