This year's edition of the London ICE show has marked a successful opening to the 2016 exhibition season for Alfastreet, meeting partners, friends and customers in a familiar atmosphere of a London themed stand. It was a busy three days, with great attendance and with party time extension after the official opening hours.
Alfastreet brought a selection of top products with novelties prepared specially for the exhibition. The roulette range was represented by the compact R5, 5-station machine, a custom solution for all the venues with limited space availability. Alfastreet's signature model still remains the R8, this time with an imposing superstructure Signage, displaying live camera feed, statistic data and a specially designed roulette Jackpot solution. For those seeking modular setups there was an attractive choice of automated wheels (roulette and SicBo), combined with live sources, such as Baccarat table and a premiere for this year, the Alfastreet live wheel. The visitors were also intrigued by the multigame slot range in two editions, the first being a virtual games package, with a selection of premium Alfastreet virtual games, followed by a near completed 12 titles slot machines.
Last year's star of the show, the mechanical horse-racing machine captured the interest of many. This year’s attraction, was the Alfastreet “Wet Race”. It was the most sought after product, with packed stand for the whole duration of the exhibition, making people wondering how it’s possible to combine a pool full of water in a flawless synergy with the electronic nature of the machine.
Another interesting concept at the show was the “Alibi box”. A phone box shaped cabin that provides a quiet, reserved space inside a crowded and noisy environment, giving a bit of privacy for delicate phone conversations and many other things.
The 2015 ICE show marked a very successful year for the company. Alfastreet is already planning the next big surprises for 2017!
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