Two thousand square metres of exhibition space – a record for the Gauselmann Group – displayed the products of eight of the group’s companies, including Merkur Gaming, at ICE London last week.

The show is now the major shop window for the company in Europe, noted main board director Jürgen Stühmeyer. “The overwhelming feedback from customers from all over the world showed that the Gauselmann Group, with its diverse range of products for every venue and every requirement from sports betting to cash handling, is well positioned globally.”

His company founder and CEO Paul Gauselmann always makes a special trip to London for the show and duly arrived on day two of the event. His games-maker company Merkur Gaming launched a wide range of new products for the market, including versions of the successful M-Box series, the new Merkur Ideal Slimline full HD and the M-Pot device attachment to the M-Box design.

There was also a range of current game packages and for the first time the new additional feature Bank Safe. The Allegro and Allegro+ cabinets and the G-Box were on show with the Avantgarde Trio. In all the company showed over 140 different games for single and multigames. New electronic table games, in partnership with Spintec Gaming Technology. and fresh product from GeWeTe, the money handling subsidiary, was on view.

For the domestic market in the UK, local subsidiary Blueprint Gaming had its latest products on show and also the Spanish developer Merkur Dosniha had its own area for visitors from Spain.