Merkur Gaming announced it has attended the Belgrade Future Gaming (BFG) expo held at the Belgrade Fair expo center in Serbia from May 31 to June 1, and reflected on the event’s importance and the company’s double-booth participation, which it describes as a success.
“BFG demonstrates how all of Serbia’s gaming sectors benefit from a largely pro-gaming environment – a factor that was shown very clearly by the enthusiasm of the crowds that visited on both of the show’s two days,” the company stated in a press release.
Merkur occupied two separate booths during BFG. Merkur Gaming Serbia and Merkur XTiP Slots represented the brand’s market presence through a dual-channel offering of operations, sports betting, and online activities; “all under the Merkur Sun.”
Among its products, Merkur displayed linked progressive jackpots including the already proven Link Zone, the new Solar Link, and a visible preview of the latest addition, the oriental-themed Red Pocket Jackpot. The company’s stand also featured Merkur Mystery jackpot and an array of multigames with numerous new titles presented in the latest cabinets.
Also at the Merkur booth, specialists GeWeTe displayed their latest cash handling technology innovations, edict eGaming presented their online gaming portfolio and MERKUR eSOLUTIONS showed its brand new paylado terminal, which facilitates cash and digital payments for online services.
“Belgrade Future Gaming was an excellent show. One that indeed not only opened up the likelihood of future success for that country’s gaming industry but one that opened up the international industry to the whole eastern European sector,” the company stated in a press release.
Sakis Isaakidis, Merkur Gaming’s Chief Executive, International, stated: “I want to thank the BFG organization, all of our team, and all the customers, business partners, and visitors that combined to make this not just a good show but a really GREAT show!”
The Entertainment Arena Expo on September 6-8 in Bucharest, Romania and Bulgaria’s BEGE on November 23-24 in Sofia are listed by Merkur as the next major events in the Balkans, a region that the company says is “faring well in the post-pandemic period.”