ICE London, to be held on 4-6 February, is still Alfastreet’s most important gaming exhibition, so the company is spending a lot of time and effort to be a leading and creative producer of Electronic Table Games.
While Brexit is supposed to happen the week before, the organisation is hopeful that this will not interfere with the show or the attendance as a whole. Alfastreet is going to completely overhaul its stand no this year. S7-130, with focus on the greeting and meeting room, which was always too small to fit the number of visitors involved in a detailed discussion of their products and services.
Alfastreet will also be presenting its range of new features, with a particular focus on its brand new generation of single terminals designated to replace its Wiky terminal superstar. The company will also show, among other items, the wide range of its most popular products such as R8 roulette, Lucky 8, VIP terminals, Bar Top, Table Top.
Alfastreet, like every year, will also be planning a special show sale with very lucrative deals on-site. The sales team of Alfastreet will be accompanied by distributors from multiple parts of the world to ensure that every customer receives full service.
In addition, after the closing hours of the show, a special reception will be arranged at the supplier’s booth to further compliment its customers and get a more personal time with each of them.
With the end of the year, Alfastreet is recording steady growth in sales and revenue, and is eager to continue the eight-year run in the new 2020. The business is optimistic and assured that it will maintain and improve its position in the global gaming market with an emphasis on key markets such as Asia, the US and Europe.