Dynamic Gaming Solutions is partnering with Spintec Gaming Technology to showcase the latest in live-action electronic table games (ETG) at the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) next week in Las Vegas.
This year, DGS spotlights its collaboration with Spintec, a prominent ETG manufacturer based in Slovenia that is making waves in the U.S. market. The Spintec/DGS booth #2043 features the latest live dealer and fully automated ETG innovations.
Highlights include Spintec’s HotSpot Roulette, a twist on the classic game with “a win-multiplier feature, offering players a chance to win up to 900 times their wager.”
Additionally, Spintec’s integrated multi-level progressive- jackpot system will be showcased, offering bigger wins for both electronic and live roulette wheels.
As the exclusive U.S. distributor for Spintec, DGS has made significant inroads since bringing the games to market less than two years ago, according to Dynamic Gaming Solutions CEO Mark Larson. The game is considered especially attractive for younger players who see the excitement of turning $10 into $1,500, Larson said.
The DGS/Spintech booth will also feature live roulette and blackjack tournaments powered by Spintec’s tournament mode with numerous on-site prize giveaways.
“Our casino partners have been pleased with the Spintec ETGs,” Larson said. “We’re seeing them quickly exceed benchmarks set by more established competitors and that’s adding to their growing reputation for performance. Our goal in highlighting our partnership with Spintec at G2E this year is to drive awareness of these unique games and give attendees a chance to experience them firsthand.”
Goran Sovilj, Spintec global sales director, said their collaboration with DGS at G2E speaks to their shared vision of delivering unmatched gaming solutions. “We’ll be showcasing the distinct edge that Spintec brings to the table and together, we’re setting new trends in the industry.”
Spintec is a developer, designer, producer, and supplier of electronic table games. The Slovenia-based company has a long track record in producing distinctive gaming solutions, including their compact and amphitheater-style ETG known for cutting-edge design and technical perfection.
Larson said he expects to see continued growth in electronic table games as casinos deal with staff shortages.
“It takes two months of training for crap dealers and there’s no guarantee they’ll remain,” Larson said. “The investment in hiring and training live dealers always carries risk as it pertains to employee retention. Over time, electronic table games will be a critical piece to any floor. A lot of properties have limited hours for table games. An ETG is available 24 hours a day and a guest can always play the game.”
Founded in 2016, Dynamic Gaming Solutions considers itself the premier distribution and gaming solutions provider for the U.S. casino market. The company offers the latest in gaming technology and localized service, Larson said, and has a presence in 120 jurisdictions in 17 states.
“From electronic slot machines to classic table-game supplies, Dynamic is a trusted partner, providing a reliable single point of contact for all the gaming needs of their casino clientele,” Larson said.
DGS has undergone a lot of growth over the last seven years. Headquartered in Oklahoma City, it has satellite offices in Sacramento, Albuquerque, Bismarck (ND), Duluth (MN), and Spokane (WA). It’s opening an office in Gaylord, Michigan, by the end of the year.
“We’re a distribution and service company that works with a little bit of everyone in the industry,” Larson said. “Our goal is to be a one-stop shop to help casinos with any needs. Our primary business is distributing slot machines for our manufacturer partners, but we also do table games, electronic table games, chips, felt, playing cards, and chairs. Our motto is to make every single client feel important and help them get the best machines.”
Larson said their services help overcome a shortcoming in the industry.
The company has made it a strategic practice to live in the communities they serve, opening local offices and staffing operations, sales, and service in order to deliver the service for which they’ve become known.
“Service is what we do,” Larson said. “We get games up quickly and make sure they stay up.”
Larson said DGS staff will be at Spintec’s booth, as well as other manufacturer-partner booths on the tradeshow floor at G2E, as they represent many products.