Alfastreet said it was ‘satisfied’ with the outcome of the 2017 FER Interazar exhibition in Madrid, as it ‘shows the steady growth of the market and high demand for the company’s products.’
A company spokesperson said: “All major gaming operators were at the stand, as well as countless visitors, making this one of the best editions of the show ever and confirming the great work together with our exclusive distributor Unidesa. It is Unidesa, who is responsible for Alfastreet’s recent success in Spain and both companies work closely together to improve and adopt the product line, with the final goal of achieving a leading position on the market.
“The new automated electronic roulette Lucky 8, has been specifically tailored for the requirements of the market and it was the highlight of the show, overshadowing the generous offer of competing products, that are trying to enter Spanish gaming venues. The compact 8-station machine proves to be the winner, combining the technical features and performance of the bigger R8, with an approximate 25% less floor space occupancy. Needless to say, it is a suitable product for all the venues that wanted an Alfastreet Roulette, but didn’t have the necessary space to fit one in.
“The full-optional edition of the R8 was also unveiled beside the Lucky 8, both machines equipped with a brand new user interface, which is part of a complete software overhaul, another premiere for Spain. The response has been above expectation and the company is maximizing it’s production capabilities, to provide a new series of electronic Roulettes for the clients. The operators and the players are looking forward to these installations.
“Unidesa is pushing Alfastreet machines as a product of choice for the Spanish market and is planning to raise it’s presence on the market significantly in the upcoming years counting on technical excellence, full factory support and own competent network in the country.”