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SPIELO International open new Latin American HQ; Quixant to attend Enada exhibition; Gaming Support Director and VP of Sales resigns

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Speilo Quixant Gamign SupportSPIELO International have announced the opening of a grand new head quarters for its Latin American arm, with new showroom and meeting space, over in Manuel Olguín at Avenue 501, Surco, Lima.

The moving and expanding of its headquarters follows a record-breaking growth for the company in the Latin American region, according to a statement release by the company today. For instance, in 2011, the company increased its commitment to the region and added to its sales force, and year-over-year sales in the region have doubled compared to 2010.

During the event, approximately 80 clients toured the new showroom and learned about the evolution of the new SPIELO International brand, which was the result of the integration of ATRONIC and SPIELO in September 2011.

 

Quixant – designers and manufacturers of computer platforms for slot machines – has announced it will be exhibiting its full range of gaming boards at Enada 2012 in Rimini (Italy).

The main focus will be the QXi-106, our all-in-one platform specifically designed to meet the requirements of the Italian “Comma 6a” slot machine market, including AAMS protocol. The QXi-106 also utilises a high performance AMD 64-bit CPU combined with advanced ATI graphics together with dedicated hardware to provide compliance with Article 110, Comma 6a of T.U.L.P.S

Hall C5 stand 001. The exhibition will take place at Rimini exhibition centre and runs from the 13th – 16th March 2012.

 

Casino product supplier, Gaming Support, announced the resignation of its new Director and Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Nick Hogan, today.

Hogan has resigned his Board seat and will exit the company “in order to found a gaming-related start-up”, a statement read, handing-over his daily sales and marketing duties during the first half of March. He will remain on retainer for strategic and transitional consulting through 01 September 2012.

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