Expansion plans

With its latest venture into slot machine production, Alfastreet says it expects to achieve important results in 2018.

2017 was a stellar year for the company, says Alfastreet, with the introduction of the brand new single terminal Felix T, which incorporates the company’s extensive experience and optimized user interface with an attractive design solution, optimized space usage and flawless ergonomic position for the player.

It is around this product that new applications will be unveiled, such as the odd numbered 7-station automated roulette, the revolutionary Car Race, that introduces a rally racing theme to the familiar platform, and Royal Derby horse racing.

A number of interesting design and functionality features are guaranteed to be one of the main attractions at ICE this year, says the company.

However, there are more important upgrades and novelties coming: such as upgraded cylinders for the company’s Roulette and Dice products, known for their immaculate performance and bullet-proof reliability.

The new solutions will retain all of the strong points, but will include some added improvements.

Of course there will be newly designed setups with our extensive range of single terminals to present some of the many possible configurations. Wiky single terminal, that won the title of most successful single terminal in 2017 will also get a slight upgrade, accompanied by a very sleek and versatile Coffee table and Table Top terminals, adding flair for a sophisticated casino design.

Multi Touch and Lucky 8 machines were the highest performing new machines in 2017, so Alfastreet is bringing optimized editions to the show as well.

The Felix S slot machines are set to be upgraded with a contemporary curved screen solution as well as other technical features, adding to the versatility and performance of the product.

All the machines feature full inter-connectivity to any number of automated electronic or live sources (Roulette, Blackjack, Poker, Baccarat, Sic Bo, Dragon vs Tiger, Derby horse-racing and plenty more).

A slightly different concept stands behind the Alibi box cabin, that is getting more and more appreciated not only in casino venues, but provides various alternative applications outside the industry.

All to be tried and tested at the upcoming ICE show in February 2018. See them at stand S6-130.