Konami will distribute Spintec’s products across Australia and New Zealand through the latest agreement.
By Gambling Insider
Spintec, a Slovenian-based electronic table game developer and producer, has partnered with Konami Australia, a subsidiary of Konami Group Corporation.
As a designer and manufacturer of slot machines and casino management systems, Konami Australia has signed an agreement for distribution rights of Spintec products across Australia and New Zealand.
Goran Miškulin, Spintec CEO, said: “Following the investment in certifying our ETG devices, I am excited that we have found an ideal partner for sales in the Australian market.
“This achievement marks a significant milestone for our business, as it not only validates the quality of our products but also opens up new opportunities for growth and expansion in a promising market like Australia.”
The first step of the distribution agreement will see Konami deliver products from Spintec through the X-Series Protocol.
Clubs and gaming halls in New South Wales will also be the first to receive the products, with the expectation for a greater expansion across the Australasian markets in the future.
Spintec will get its SAS Protocol products certified for the other Australian states in time, including its roulette, sic bo, baccarat and blackjack tables.
Gerard Crosby, GM of Product Development, Director, Office Holder and Secretary at Konami Australia, said: “We are pleased to partner with Spintec.
“Their electronic table games rank among the best in the world and have a huge potential in Australia.
„We are confident that we can help Spintec achieve its sales ambitions in this market.”
This year has proven to be a busy one so far for the Slovenian electronic game developer, as Spintec expanded into Monheim Casino with Merkur Gaming with a total of 44 units.
Slovenian electronic table game developer, Spintec, has partnered with Konami Australia to distribute its products in Australia and New Zealand. Konami Australia, a subsidiary of Konami Group Corporation, will deliver Spintec’s products through the X-Series Protocol, starting with clubs and gaming halls in New South Wales. Spintec will also seek certification for its SAS Protocol products in other Australian states. Both companies are optimistic about the sales potential in the Australian market. Earlier this year, Spintec expanded into Monheim Casino with Merkur Gaming, installing a total of 44 units.