LAS VEGAS – The American Gaming Association (AGA) and Reed Exhibitions (Reed) today announced that Global Gaming Expo (G2E) Asia 2014 will feature the return of Alfastreet Gaming Instruments (Alfastreet), a leading manufacturer of multi-player electronic gaming instruments, to its exhibit floor. Following a one-year hiatus, Alfastreet will join more than 150 anticipated exhibitors at the premier trade show and conference event for gaming professionals and decision-makers in Asia. G2E Asia 2014 will take place May 20-22 at the Venetian Macau in Macau S.A.R., People’s Republic of China
“Alfastreet is regarded as an exceptional, high-profile maker of multi-player electronic gaming machines and has always been a tremendously valued customer,” said Courtney Muller, senior vice president of Reed Exhibitions. “On behalf of everyone at the AGA and Reed, we are excited to welcome them back to the G2E Asia exhibit floor in 2014. Their return—in addition to our entire roster of exhibitors, both old and new—will ensure that G2E 2014 continues to be the go-to event for unmatched access to the latest cutting-edge products and technology.”
The 2014 return of Alfastreet will mark the sixth year that the company has exhibited at G2E Asia since the debut of the trade show and conference event in 2007. Alfastreet entered the gaming market in 1997 and is owned by Počkaj d.o.o., a private limited company based in Slovenia. The Alfastreet brand is known by the gaming industry worldwide for developing products that are easy to use and have a player-friendly interface. The company’s multi-player series of products include automated electronic roulette, Alfastreet Live Roulette, and automated electronic dice in various models and configurations.
“This year, we skipped the G2E Asia due to some unresolved issues regarding the display of our full range of the products on the show,” said Albert Radman, sales executive for Alfastreet Gaming Instruments. “After being just visitors to the show, we realized that our absence was greatly noticed among the operators and other visitors to the show. Due to the positive feedback at the show and the organizers’ willingness to assist in any way possible, we decided to make a comeback in 2014.”
“We already confirmed a new stand, which will be bigger than previous years, and we are excited to be back at this important international show,” added Radman. “The organizer’s representatives were initially very concerned about our absence, and consequently very flexible and helpful in facilitating our comeback to the show. We are now sure we will remain loyal to this event for many years to come.”
For more information about G2E Asia 2014, visit www.g2easia.com.