Leading software provider of premium gaming products and Genesis Games-manufactured titles, AMATIC, took its customary place at the Irish Gaming Show in Dublin to showcase their new portfolio. Their titles were displayed at stands 17 and 18.
New Portfolio for the Irish Market
The main purpose of AMATIC’s participation at the annual event is to cement their position in the Irish market. Together with Autodice Ltd, AMATIC offered Sic Bo, Roulette, Blackjack, and Punto Banco. The new Sic Bo has new values and playing tables. And the multi-table games can link different table game solutions together: Sic Bo, Roulette Grand Jeu 24HX, PGA terminals, and individual Solitaire roulette wheels. The Virtual Roulette can also be connected to the AMATIC Landscape for a better resolution.
Moving away from the traditional casino online portfolio, AMATIC finally released their new Amarox C24 Nero, a three-monitor machine that carries a massive range of AMATIC games. Some of the presented games include newly-released titles like Ice Queen, Dragon’s Gift, and Crystal Fruits. When in use, the machine can display different sections of the game into three different screens, including the actual game and other display options.
Spearheading AMATIC’s presentation is Mr. Steve Bierrum, Director of Genesis Games. He discussed the success of the company in penetrating the Irish Market in an interview: “We have always focused on ensuring our customers have access to the latest range of Amatic solutions., We have been active in the Irish market for many years and we know what our customers are looking for. That explains the success of Amatic here – state-of-the-art gaming technology in beautifully designed cabinets. Put simply – Amatic is the Multi-Game pioneer.”
It is worth noting that aside from the Irish Gaming Show 2019, AMATIC also made some news at the ICE 2019, a B2B gaming event in London.
About The Irish Gaming Show 2019
AMATIC joined other popular companies offering casinos, amusements, arcades, bingo halls, and single online gambling sites in this year’s Irish Gaming Show. About 40 exhibitors marketed their portfolio and interacted with other pioneers and frontliners in online and traditional casino gambling industries. The event is strictly open for visitors who have backgrounds in the gaming and amusement trade.