ICE Totally Gaming is “the most significant trade show of the year” for Merkur Gaming, the offshoot of Germany’s Gauselmann group, says Mareike Rein, the group’s PR consultant.
Inviting gaming professionals to the Merkur booth (N4-220 to N4-250), Rein said that it is the largest ICE booth ever taken by any of the group’s companies. “We have interconnected the booths so that all of the previously separated group companies are now together in one space.”
Merkur’s German national and international teams, plus subsidiaries edict, Cashpoint and XTiP, GeWeTe and its UK offshoot, Blueprint and Spanish company Dosniha, would all be present on the single, enlarged stand.
The already successful Merkurstar, new Evostar plus the international favourites Avantgarde and Avantgarde Trio would be on show, plus the M-Box, M-Box Buzzer and Black Series will together provide the most comprehensive line-up yet for the group. The new cabinets and platforms, plus the range of newl-developed games, will greet customers from all over the world, especially those representing the new frontiers of Gauselmann group operations in South America.
The stand will start off the year in impressive fashion towards the company’s 60th anniversary celebrations in September.