Spielo International plays three of a kind
London – After the winning pair, the Lottomatica Group plays three of a kind. Nearly one year from the merger of the two prestigious brands SPIELO and ATRONIC that created SPIELO International, now the third gem of the family joins the group: it is G2, the leading company in the online field.
“With this latest addition to SPIELO International we will be able to offer complete gaming solutions to all operators, covering every gaming field – whether it is AWP, VLTs, casino games or online gaming,” says Walter Bugno, President and CEO of SPIELO International.
“What players want more and more today is to have the flexibility to play anywhere, anytime and on any kind of device. From home or at any place with a mobile device as well as in gaming halls and in other dedicated places. Now our company will be able to offer to its customers the ideal solution to this multiple request by providing top performing games and the necessary technology. “
In fact, as SPIELO and ATRONIC are leading brands in the VLT, casino, and AWP fields, also G2 is in a top position in the online gaming market: “G2 is the undisputed leader in sports betting and online casino games and the evident example for the latter is Italy with the great success of the online games on the platform owned by the group, developed by Boss Media. A success that we are ready to repeat with other concessionaires.”
Is SPIELO International looking into further development and new business opportunities? “Of course. Just think of, for example, Italy where the VLT market has shown tremendous success and is still completing its first phase with about 57.000 installations and it could also lead to a ‘phase two’. There are many other emerging markets where new regulations are being discussed such as Greece, Bulgaria, Ukraine and other countries who are considering VLT. Furthermore Spain, with its online gaming market. “
What happens in the casino field? “The industry has been suffering from a decline in recent years that still persists. The situation for casinos has become more difficult – however, they still need to continue to invest in their gaming offering because if not, they risk losing their customers. I must say I was pleased to notice little signs of recovery though as we ended this last London show with an increase of sales of approx. 20 percent compared to last year.”