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Italy’s new online casino record, sports betting nearly doubles

Posted: 10 Apr 2018 12:37 PM PDT

italy-online-casino-revenue-record-pokerstarsItaly's regulated online gambling market posted a new online casino revenue record in March, while sports betting revenue shot up over four-fifths.

According to figures compiled by Italian gaming industry news outlet Agimeg, online sports betting revenue topped €51.3m in March, a year-on-year gain of 82.4%, despite online betting turnover rising a comparatively tiny 12.4% to €546.2m. Retail betting revenue totaled €59.8m on turnover of €385.4m.

As ever, UK-listed operator Bet365 captured the lion's share of both revenue (16.3%) and turnover (29.1%), with SKS365's Planetwin365 in second place, GVC Holdings' Eurobet brand coming third, with Snaitech and Sisal rounding out the top-five.

The online casino vertical had a banner month, with overall revenue rising 27% year-on-year to €60.6m, a new market record, exceeding the €59.7m recorded in January 2018. Topping the online casino earnings was The Stars Group's flagship PokerStars brand, which scored a 9.3% share, relegating local lads Lottomatica to second with 8.8%, while the rest of the top-five played out as follows: Sisal (8.3%), Eurobet (6.2%) and 888 Holdings (5.5%).

On the poker front, tournament fees gained 7.4% to €8m, while cash games spending inched up 1.5% to €6.3m. PokerStars claimed 62.4% of the tournament market, while its cash games share rose to 40.3% after dipping below 40% for the first time in February.

As for the market's other verticals, virtual sports operators generated revenue of €22.8m in March, with €21.1m of that sum coming from machines in retail outlets. Goldbet led all virtual comers with a 27.8% share, followed by Snaitech (18.2%) and Eurobet (14%).

Online bingo revenue totaled €2.8m, with Tombola International claiming a 44.5% share, handily outpacing GVC's Bwin brand (12%), Sisal (10%) and Lottomatica (9.5%).

Meanwhile, the global push to limit gambling advertising during televised sports events hasn't spared Italy. This month, Italian Senator Franco Mirabelli told GiocoNews that he planned to submit a revised version of his bill to reorganize the gaming sector, which would include a proposal to "forbid the publicity of the game within sports broadcasts."

Mirabelli claimed that "there is an excess in the use of sports networks to promote online gambling and gaming. It is therefore necessary to intervene" if the government is sincere about reducing the potential negative impacts of gambling.

Mirabelli is something of an online gambling killjoy, having previously argued against Italy following through on its commitment to share online poker liquidity with the regulated markets in France, Portugal and Spain, based on his belief that it will expose players to greater (but unspecified) risks and facilitate money laundering.

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Helio Gaming scales up lottery products to broaden player appeal

Posted: 10 Apr 2018 07:31 AM PDT

Flagship Lotto Hero game now joined by series of customisable solutions

Helio Gaming scales up lottery products to broaden player appeal10th April 2018, Malta – Online lottery supplier Helio Gaming has unveiled a host of customisable new games to complement its innovative Lotto Hero product.

The Malta-based provider is now offering daily, weekly, and event-based draws, which can be branded by individual operators to appeal to a large number of customer demographics.

With unlimited jackpots, the draws can use the Helio Gaming-certified RNG or live broadcast using existing casino studios, and even include non-monetary prizes such as cars, yachts, and luxury holidays.

There are also opportunities to use cross-vertical incentives such as free spins and free sports bets to encourage, or reward players currently familiar with other areas of the business.

Helio Gaming CEO Richard Mifsud said: "Lotteries with their attractive jackpots have the ability to appeal to players from all walks of life wherever they are in the world.

"Whilst betting on the outcome of national lotteries has gained traction in recent times, the product does not allow operators to personalise the product.

"What our new games do, however, is give the operators the opportunity to create their own jackpots and hold draws at times that suit their players, offering customisable prizes and incentives along the way.

"They are an exciting opportunity for any brand to tap into the lottery phenomenon and control it themselves where they may not previously have had the ability."

Lotto Hero, which offers players the chance to win hourly jackpots of at least one million Euros, is set to go live with its first operator later this month.

The game is designed to appeal to players across multiple verticals, as well as boost acquisition, retention, and an operator's ability to cross-sell by offering speed, excitement and big jackpots.

Based on traditional draw games, players select seven numbers and a card suit to be in with the chance of winning the draw, which will be made on the hour, every hour.

Hosted on a multi-tenant platform, which enables it to be provided to players around the world through operator websites it guarantees operators risk-free distribution with an attractive commission structure that offers higher returns than products such as slots.

For more information on Lotto Hero product or to arrange an interview with Richard Mifsud, please contact Robin Hutchison at Square in the Air on 0203 586 8272 or robin@squareintheair.com

About Lotto Hero and Helio Gaming:

Helio Gaming, a fully scalable lottery engine system that offers multiple API functionality with which to integrate existing gaming platforms, customer relationship management, campaign management, affiliate management, and other marketing automation tools.  Its portfolio includes custom-made lottery games to fulfil any operator's lottery needs, including its flagship brand Lotto Hero. Such games can vary from operator-branded RNG lottery games, where the operator can tailor the game to their needs, lottery games based on the outcome of international lotteries, and much more. Helio Gaming's products offer its partners a new vertical through which to grow and strengthen their player base and drive cross-sell between their other game verticals.  These products give them the edge in what is a fiercely competitive sector and can be integrated easily and seamlessly into any platform.

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Genting BHD itching to get a hold of Japan casino license

Posted: 10 Apr 2018 07:26 AM PDT

Malaysia-listed conglomerate Genting BHD is building its financial war chest in anticipation of a bidding war for Japan's casino licenses.

Genting BHD itching to get a hold of Japan casino licenseIn its 2017 annual report, Genting BHD expressed optimism that the long-awaited Japan Integrated Resorts (IR) Implementation Bill will be approved in this year's Diet session. This reason alone has prompted Genting to "diligently" prepare for the much-coveted gaming licenses in Japan, according to the company.

"Many global gaming operators have pronounced their very keen interest to bid, and Genting Singapore will be facing fierce competition for the limited number of licenses," Genting said in a filing before the Bursa Malaysia on Monday.

Genting's annual report showed that its Genting Singapore subsidiary raised a total principal amount of JPY20 billion (US$177 million) in October 2017 via publicly-offered Samurai bonds.

International credit debt watchers Moody's Investors Service and Fitch Ratings Inc. had earlier rated Genting Singapore's Samurai Bonds at A3/A-.

Aside from dangling coupons with a five-year tenor, Genting Singapore earlier said that it also issued bonds on a three-year fixed tranche at yen offer-side swaps, plus 45 basis points to 55 basis points; and plus 75 basis points to 85 basis points on the seventh year.

"The funds are earmarked to support its corporate activities in Japan including preparatory works in anticipation of the passage of the Japan Integrated Resort Execution [Implementation] Bill and bidding for gaming licenses in Japan," Genting Bhd said.

Meanwhile, Genting also shared its plans for its other businesses across the globe.

In the UK, Genting said that it will come up with a strategy to boost its casino market share. Genting believes that growing its market share will help strengthen its position in the non-premium player segment.

The company will also continue to implement its strategy of reducing short-term volatility in the premium player segment.

In the U.S., Genting said that it remains focused on the implementation of the $400 million expansion of Resorts World Casino New York City. The expansion comes at a time when the Resorts World Casino has maintained its position as a market leader, according to Genting.

In Malaysia, Genting said that it’s committed on implementing its Genting Integrated Tourism Plan (GITP), which includes the opening of Skytropolis indoor theme park and the Twentieth Century Fox World Theme Park.

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Pachinko popularity in Japan on steady decline in 2017, research finds

Posted: 10 Apr 2018 07:05 AM PDT

The allure of glitzy pachinko parlors dotting the streets of Japan continues to fade as the country prepares for the arrival of integrated resorts.

Pachinko popularity in Japan on steady decline in 2017, research findsAt least 420 pachinko halls were shuttered in 2017, as Japanese residents became more exposed to an expanding number of entertainment options, according to a Japan Today report.

Data from the Tokyo-based Yano Research Institute showed that at the moment, only 10,258 pachinko halls remained in operation. This meant that one in 25 pachinko halls closed shop since 2015, according to Yano Research analysts.

In 2017, at least 177 pachinko operators went out of business, the study showed.

Back in 1995, pachinko parlors were able to lure some 30 million customers and gained an estimated ¥30 trillion (US$280 billion) in revenue. In 2016, the numbers slid to 10 million players at approximately 10,000 parlors, which reportedly raked in ¥22 trillion revenue.

Yano researchers pointed out that the decline of pachinko's popularity has something to do with the expanding entertainment options available to Japanese players.

With a single click, players may be able to access any forms of entertainment using their mobile phones. The researchers noted that technology has been a game changer, especially in rural areas where massive pachinko halls once served as the only outlet for entertainment.

The researchers also factored in demographics to the dwindling popularity of pachinko.

Operators’ efforts to entice younger generations to play pachinko by incorporating anime into the game have failed. Many millennials see pachinko as a game for middle-aged and older men.

In a survey conducted by Shirabee, 62.5 percent of the respondents in their 20s and 63.1 percent of those who are in their 30s said they felt like wasting money every time they play pachinko or other games of chance.

Their opinion was in contrast with what 48.8 percent of respondents in their 40s, 54.3 percent of those in their 50s, and just 46.5 percent of those 60 and above think about pachinko.

Lastly, tighter regulations on the industry continue to weigh on pachinko operator's shoulders.

In the fourth quarter of 2017, International brokerage Union Gaming warned that pachinko operators will have to brace themselves for an even tighter regulation as the integrated resorts become a reality.

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Goodbye Manila? Cebu shaping up to be next Philippine online gambling hub

Posted: 10 Apr 2018 06:20 AM PDT

The island of Cebu is quickly becoming the next destination—after Manila—for online gambling operators in the Philippines.

Goodbye Manila? Cebu shaping up to be next Philippine online gambling hubCebu Daily News reported that online gambling operators' demand for Cebu office spaces grew by 25,700 square meters in 2017, accounting for a quarter of recorded transactions last year.

Data provided by property consultancy firm Colliers International Philippines shows that there are at least two internationally licensed gambling operators in Cebu.

One of the firms occupies a 22,000-square meter space at the Tower 1 Plaza Magellan in Mactan Newtown in Lapu-Lapu City, while the other opened nearly 3,700 square meters of office space at Momentum Building in the Cebu Business Park in Cebu City.

While Business Process Outsourcing (BPO)-Voice companies continue to dominate the office landscape, Colliers said that the online gambling business is emerging as a critical landscape in the Philippine island.

In fact, Colliers' Research Manager Joey Bondoc noted that online gambling operators are scouting for office spaces in Cebu's Mactan Island and Mandaue City, where office vacancies are recorded.

"With a more conducive local regulatory environment, we expect offshore gambling to become a major contributor to office take up in Cebu," Colliers said, according to the news outlet.

The property analyst also noted that most Chinese gambling operators tend to purchase residential properties to house their foreign employees.

Philippine property developers are now looking at online gambling firms to play messiah and save the cooling office space sector amid dwindling BPO investments.

Last year, Colliers predicted that the online gambling sector would be the silver lining in the Philippine office space, especially after the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) issued the remaining eight of the 53 Philippine offshore gaming operator (POGO) licenses.

PAGCOR chair Andrea Domingo estimated that the country's gross gaming revenue will rise to PHP186 billion (US$3.57 billion) with the bulk of growth coming from POGO licensees.

Domingo said PAGCOR plans to double its revenue target for POGO license holders to PHP6 billion ($115.2 million) this year from PHP3 billion ($56 million) in 2017.

"Colliers sees the current administration's infrastructure implementation and decentralization thrust benefiting Cebu as it is the largest business destination outside Metro Manila. This should entice more offshore gambling, BPO, KPO and traditional firms to set up shop or expand operations," according to the Colliers report.

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Estonian regulator, Taivo Põrk, to speak at Mare Balticum Gaming Summit 2018

Posted: 10 Apr 2018 03:16 AM PDT

Riga – 10 April 2018Mare Balticum Gaming Summit (Baltic Sea Gaming Summit) promises to bring a wealth of information around the market it focuses on. This is why, most of the industry shareholders have confirmed their attendance to the event which will take place on the 8th of May at Astor Riga, Latvia.

Estonian regulator, Taivo Põrk, to speak at Mare Balticum Gaming Summit 2018

Taivo Põrk (Ministry of Finance, Estonia) has been responsible for designing and executing national gambling policy in Estonia through legislation since 2011, as part of his duties in Ministry of Finance. He has also been a member in Expert Group on Gambling Services since its inception by the European Commission in 2012.

The organizing team are honored to announce the latest speaker who will share information about the Estonian market.

Estonian gambling market

Gambling in Estonia is relatively young. While Estonia was a part of the USSR, all types of gambling activities were banned. Despite the prohibition, illegal casinos still functioned, but the real history of gambling started in 1994-1995 when the first Lottery Act of 1994 and the first Gambling Act of 1995 came into power. As the capitol, Tallinn has more casinos than any other Estonian town. As of September 2010, there were 33 casinos in Tallinn. That’s 3 times less than in 2008, when 91 gambling venues operated in this city. According to experts, the main reasons for such decrease were the consequences of the crisis and the adoption of the new gambling law in 2008. The legal age for playing at casinos is 21.

Currently, there are 18 licensed operators in Estonia who operate online gambling businesses.

Remote gambling is the organisation of gambling in a manner where the outcome of the game is determined by an electronic device and the player can participate in the game by electronic means of communication, including telephone, the Internet and media services.

Gambling is not considered remote gambling where electronic means of communication are used only for receiving bets, informing about the outcome of the game or transferring the amount of prizes to the account of a player.

An operating permit for gambling is issued for up to five year separately for organising a type or a subtype of gambling as remote gambling and in order to obtain an operating permit an application must be submitted to the Estonian Tax and Customs Board:

Make sure you register in order to get a chance to network with the representatives of Cubits, Triogames, Losimu strategine grupe – UAB, Tatkazino, Scout Gaming, Play’n GO, Danish Gambling Authority, Danish Online Gambling Association, Swedish Trade Association for Online Gambling Penta Investment and many more. The event has limited seating without the opportunity of adding more registrations, so make sure you reserve you place at this unique event. Register here!

Visit the official website of the event for more details: https://marebalticumgaming.com/

About the organizer, European Gaming Media and Events (formerly EEGMedia/EEGEvents)

European Gaming Media and Events is a leading media and event organizer company in the European Union.

The live events/conference division is in charge of organizing boutique style executive gaming events that focus on bringing inside information from the top gaming experts in the European Union and beyond. Their first event was held in Budapest on the 19th of September 2016. Since then the team have implemented more destinations into their event portfolio.

In short, they cover most areas of Europe with international events that serve the local and global industry, optimize networking opportunities and bring the hottest topics into scope.

The event destinations include Vienna, Prague, Budapest, Riga and Ljubljana with special focus around emerging markets.

For more details about the calendar, agendas and locations, visit the Live Events/Conferences section on europeangaming.eu

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Tsachi Maimon: There’s more stability and potential in regulated market

Posted: 10 Apr 2018 02:40 AM PDT

In this interview with CalvinAyre.com's Becky Liggero, CEO Tsachi Maimon shares why Aspire Global’s newest turnkey solution stands out in the market.

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Investing in a regulated gambling market has its pros and cons.

With checks and balances in place, operators will have peace of mind doing business and putting their money in a regulated market. A combination of responsible gambling measures, sensible and effective licensing requirements, and a workable taxation regime based on gross gaming revenue are said to bring the best possible outcome not only for consumers, but also for operators as well.

On the downside, margins of profit are lower in a regulated market compared with the gray ones.

But if you ask Aspire Global CEO Tsachi Maimon which he will choose between the two markets, Maimon said he's definitely willing to bet on a regulated market than gamble the future of his business in the gray market.

"In regulated market, it's true that the margins of profit are getting lower but the stability and potential for Aspire Global, because of the type of solution that we have, is growing over there. We see it as an opportunity," Maimon told CalvinAyre.com. "So, in regulated environment, media companies that are not able to operate in a non-regulated environment, we are doing it for them. They don't need to build their operation. It's tough. We are doing it for media companies in regulated environment."

Maimon said Aspire Global is active in different European gambling jurisdictions, namely UK, Denmark, Italy, Belgium, and more recently, in Portugal. He pointed out that Aspire Global is working on mainly regulated market even if the gray markets are profitable.

One of the main challenges that they had operating in a regulated market is that the company had to acquire so many licenses for a single product, according to Maimon.

"It is true, it is one of the most challenging things. When companies are saying, ok let's go enter this market, they don't know sometimes the work that the platform need to be dealt with, and the certification, and the development," the Aspire Global CEO said. "So it takes up to a year to enter a market with a platform. This is the work that we did for six different jurisdictions and we see it as strength of our platform."

Early this year, Aspire Global introduced its latest sports betting vertical at the ICE event in London.

"First of all we are the first platform provider that can provide a full turnkey solution for companies to operate on sport. So we are managing their day to day routine, not just providing the sport platform, but managing their operations, so support, VIP, fraud. This is one thing that is unique to Aspire," Maimon said.

"The second is that we integrated a very unique tool just for us, exclusive for Aspire Global operators, which is the bet recommendation. So when a player is coming, he doesn't need to know where to bet, we are recommending to him where to go, what are the best odds to play in, in order to have maximized his winnings. So this is something that we added recently,"  he added.

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Cryptonia Poker go old school and sign Scotty Nguyen as an advisor

Posted: 10 Apr 2018 02:07 AM PDT

The newest cryptocurrency online poker room on the block, Cryptonia Poker, has gone old school with the signing of Scotty Nguyen to act as brand ambassador as the company prepares to launch s pre-Initial Coin Offering.

Cryptonia Poker go old school and sign Scotty Nguyen as an advisorCoinPoker and Virtue Poker have company.

A new kid is on the block{chain} and his name is Cryptonia Poker.

Founded by the Indian pairing of Lakshay Anand and Vivek Jain, Cryptonia Poker is preparing for a pre-Initial Coin Offering (ICO) followed by a two phase ICO.

And who better than to help with the launch of the next generation of online poker technology than the old war horse Scotty Nguyen. I mean, I love Scotty and all that, but when I think about forward thinking online poker rooms based on the Ethereum blockchain the Prince of Poker doesn't stumble incoherently into my eyeline. But here he is, fighting with the likes of Brian Rast, Dan Colman and Phil Ivey in a space that's so new you have to take your shoes off to play.

The five-time World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet winner is set to make a few bob from his affiliation thanks to the planned pre and post Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs).

The pre-ICO takes place 10th April, followed by a two-phase post ICO process beginning 1st May and 1st June. According to Cryptonia's white paper they are calling their virtual cryptocurrency of choice – Cryptonia Tokens, and have plans to flood the market with a billion of the things (although the math doesn't add up).

75% of Cryptonia tokens (750 million) will be put on the market, 10% (100 million) tokens will be left in reserve for tournaments and promotions, 15% (150 million) tokens will be held back for later promotions and tournaments, 5% (50 million) will be reserved in the exchanges and 5% (50 million) will be distributed to the likes of Nguyen and anyone else helping Cryptonia become the bomb.

(By my count that's 1.1 billion tokens)

What Else Does The White Paper Say?

The founders will list Cryptonia Tokens on the relevant exchanges so they can appreciate in value and be exchanged for other funds. You can only use the tokens in countries that have a fully licensed and regulated online poker market.

The team will return 35% of collected rake to the players on a monthly basis in the form of jackpots, through the affiliate system, leaderboards, tournament guarantees, loyalty programs. They will invest 10% in attracting new players.

What Games Can You Play?

It looks like the first game available will be Texas No-Limit Hold'em with the likes of Open Facre Chinese, 5 Card Omaha and All-In Poker. The Cryptonia team is very proud of their Chinese Poker product and lists it as one of four things going for it that CoinPoker and Virtue Poker don't. The others include a web-based app, a game of backgammon (what that has to do with poker I don't know), and live tournaments (mmm?)

Games will run 24/7.

The cash game limits will begin low with higher limits introduced as liquidity grows. MTTs range between $1 – $100 buy-in. Rake is 3% with ceilings set for different limits.

And most importantly you get to play a few hands with one of the legends of the game.

Here is a copy of the whitepaper.

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Welcome to the cheap seats: HPT & Westgate LV in VIP discount controversy

Posted: 10 Apr 2018 01:37 AM PDT

The brand images of the Heartland Poker Tour and Westgate Las Vegas took a scuffing after someone decided to offer players a 50% discount on seats when it appeared an overlay was forthcoming angering players who paid full whack.


Welcome to the cheap seats: HPT & Westgate LV in VIP discount controversyIt makes people do the strangest things.

I’ve been fortunate enough to work for a variety of live tournament operators throughout the years, and I can say with some authority that when it comes to 'guarantee squeaky bum time’ typically sane, respectable people act like monkeys watching a bonfire of bananas.

Heartland Poker Tour (HPT) and the Westgate in Las Vegas aren't the first live tour to try a shady move to reach a guarantee, and they won't be the last, but what an almighty cock-up.

The $1,650 buy-in, $500,000 Guaranteed HPT Main Event at the Westgate, Las Vegas should have been a celebration. It was the first time the HPT had appeared in Las Vegas since 2014, and both outfits were expecting a big field.

334+ to be exact.

But it didn't work out that way.

According to numerous press reports, sometime on Saturday afternoon (towards the end of late registration on Day 3), the respected HPT Tournament Director (TD), Jeremy Smith, sent a tweet to his 1,369 followers that there were only 300 players on the clock meaning a potential $69,000 overlay.

No biggie.

Poker tournaments crash and burn against the rocks of lofty guarantees all of the time.

But this one was different.

The Tweet From The Trooper

As the clock ebbed away and the overlay was looking likely Poker Vlogger, The Trooper, sent out the following tweet.

“If you’d like to play the HPT Main Event @WestgateVegas in one hour for an $800 discount ($850 instead of $1650) DM me immediately and start heading to Westgate.”

Hang on?

What about the 300 players who ponied up the price on the tin?

While this is going on, Ben Yu is at the cash desk readying to fire his third $1,650 bullet when he hears about the same announcement coming from the sportsbook.

Someone ushers Yu towards a tournament/casino official, where the officials ask Yu if he is one of 'Matusow’s boys?’


Get out of the way then.

Yu posts about the snub on Twitter and a whole lot of fuss ensues, with Matusow the only person not fussing.

Truth or Lies

People begin tweeting Jeremy Smith to ask what's going on. Smith denies that the decision had anything to do with the HPT – it was a Westgate decision.

More dissatisfied players voice concerns over Twitter.

Players even threaten to boycott HPT events.

Apart from Smith’s comments, neither the HPT or the Westgate comment officially about the debacle until poker writers start tapping keys with a furious swagger, and then the Westgate releases this…

"End of reg for the ‪@HPTPoker Main Event we chose to pay a portion of the entry fee for select VIP. Full $1,650 entry$ accounted for in the $500k main event that continues through 4/9. WR is upholding all prize packages & guarantees are being upheld.  Good luck to the participants."

So there is no problem?

Only there is a problem. It’s a word that’s often hidden like a cheap whore in poker.


Poker players aren't stupid.

They can see through the lies.

But poker players are fickle.

As long as the Westgate and HPT keep putting on events, poker players will come, and this sorry-arse of a mess will be herded aside like the rest of them.

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Gary Platt Manufacturing brings hand-crafted perfection to Indian Gaming Tradeshow

Posted: 10 Apr 2018 12:03 AM PDT

Casino Industry's Leading Chair Company Displaying a Dozen Models in booth #1026
RENO, Nev. (April 10, 2018) – All players at any size Tribal casino across North America enjoy their game of choice in the unsurpassed comfort of chairs by Gary Platt Manufacturing. Now Gary Platt is bringing its handcrafted perfection with 12 different models to booth #1026 at the 2018 Indian Gaming Tradeshow.

Gary Platt Manufacturing Brings Hand-Crafted Perfection to Indian Gaming Tradeshow"We are excited to be exhibiting at the Indian Gaming Tradeshow. For the last 20 years, we have been honored to work with our Tribal partners in every state. Now at the tradeshow, we will be showcasing our latest models, as well as speaking about how our chairs are field-proven to increase time on device," said Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Joshua Corrick.

Gary Platt recently supplied 4,400 of its Lido chairs for the casino remodel at Pechanga Resort and Casino, and the company will show the same model at the Indian Gaming Tradeshow. The Lido provides unsurpassed comfort to guests and to dealers because it is hand-crafted and constructed with a proprietary blend of foam and features a sleek front with space on the back for a customer's signature design.

Also showing is the popular Monaco model. Its patent-pending design and razor-sharp details bring a distinctive flair and chic essence to any area of the casino.

Additionally, Gary Platt will exhibit its BX2, GX2 Gazelle, Kopa, Lugano, Revo, San Remo, Sierra, Sonoma Club, and Vue models, as well as the new Eclipse office chair.
Discover hand-crafted perfection in booth #1026 at NIGA 2018 or anytime at garyplatt.com. Join the company on FacebookLinkedIn, and Twitter.

About Gary Platt Manufacturing
For more than 20 years, Gary Platt Manufacturing has been the world's leading provider of performance casino seating. The design team has more than 50 years of experience in providing products with unsurpassed comfort and excellence. Gary Platt produces premium seating for casinos on five continents and creates chairs for slots, table games, poker, bar-top, and bingo. For more information, visit Gary Platt at www.garyplatt.com.
Paul Speirs-Hernandez
Steinbeck Communications/Red Wagon Institute

Write on!

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