The hard work carried out by Gauselmann Group’s Merkur Gaming in Peru will pay dividends at next month’s Peru Gaming Show (June 15-26) in Lima’s Jockey Exhibition Centre.
Many believe that it will be a major step forward for Latin America in the post-pandemic recovery process and Merkur has a major presence at PGS, directly opposite the main entrance of the exhibition hall.
A full international team from the company will be on hand for the show, Merkur said this week, focusing on new linked progressive jackpots that have found favour all around the world.
Its Link Zone and new Solar Link will take centre stage, together with the standalone multigame slots and top games that include Gong-Hei, Heart of the Nile, Medusa’s Eyes, Dino World and many more.
Cash handling sister company GeWeTe will also be there together with Edict EGaming, the solutions provider for the regulated igaming sector.