Austria’s Apex Gaming made an instant impact at NIGA, the North American Indian gaming show, held in San Diego, California.
The company’s Clover Link games and its iDROPs cash management system for tables helped to immediately establish the company in a new market.
Its Clover Link jackpot solution, already very popular in Europe, comes in four designs - Big Island, Round Edition, Wall Edition and Slim Edition - all with 43ins or either twin or triple 24ins monitors. The iDROP system reads banknotes or tickets at up to six per second; dealers can place up to 250 bills/tickets into a batch feeder to be fed on into the iDROPs. They can also take players’ card payments.
Apex is handled in North America by Apogeee Gaming and CEO JL Drapeau was able to introduce a newcomer to his team at the show - Michael Strader as regional west US business development and sales director.