Trade shows are an excellent way for companies to showcase their products and services to a highly targeted audience. This is especially true in the ever-evolving world of gaming and entertainment. One of the biggest gaming industry trade shows in Latin America is FADJA. This year’s Feria Americana de Juegos de Azar is scheduled from April 10 to April 11 in Bogota, Columbia.
Indeed, one of the most anticipated exhibitors is R. Franco Digital. The company’s digital division, Franco Digital is set to showcase its global gaming solutions. Designated for stand No. 55, the highlight could be IRIS. This is a powerful open architecture platform. It can integrate everything a casino operater requires including:
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- Player Management
- Payment Gateways
- Game Content
- Responsible Gaming Tools
The company’s latest application is IRIS Power Vault. This has been designed for data monitoring in regulated markets.
This is just the tip of the iceberg for one of the most innovative gaming solutions providers in the world. Other products on display include R. Franco Digital’s catalogue of more than 250 HTML5 games. Many of these titles are world renown among global players. Titles such as Gnomos Mix, Santa Fe and Treasures of the Seven Seas have become household names. Another featured product is RF OnMix Terminal. This is a multi-game SBG machine with touchscreen technology that can integrate content from different providers.
One of the most popular aspects of FADJA is the many conferences that are part of the show. On April 11th, Head of Sales for R. Franco Digital Mario Benito will present “Turning Physical into Online Gaming: The Omni-channel Strategy”.
Mr. Benito has established himself as a subject matter expert in the realm of gaming solutions. His highly anticipated presentation will provide details on the required infrastructure to implement this initiative. It will also include the strategy necessary to attract players from land-based gaming venues to the virtual world. This strategy is actually designed to work both ways.
In a direct quote from the industry expert himself, Mr. Benito stated:
“Both our platforms and our games are already approved, tested and successfully in operation in the Columbian market. We look forward to meeting local operators interested in entering the online world. And to showing them how we can drive their growth in Latin America and beyond.”
Franco Digital biggest claim to fame in the gaming industry is practical solutions in many Latin American countries. The company is known as a leading technological supplier of solutions to land-based and online operators in this geographic region.
One of its biggest customers is Corredor Empresarial in Columbia. This is the largest commercial gaming network in the country. It offers more than 25,000 points of sale and more than 75,000 terminals throughout this Central American regulated market.
Anyone who happened to be interested in setting up an appointment with R. Franco Digital at its FADJA stand had the opportunity to reach out to the company at their official website.