Exclusive interview.- Focus Gaming News chats with Alfastreet’s CEO Tjasa Luin Peric and sales director Albert Radman.
Despite casinos remaining caught between lockdowns and curfews, there are signs of optimism in the industry as venues look ahead and seek distinctive games to attract players back to the gaming floor.
Focus Gaming News caught up with Tjasa Luin Peric, CEO, and Albert Radman, sales director, at acclaimed games developer Alfastreet, which with almost 30 years in the market has customers dedicated to its products.
“We’ve seen a lot of energy, which was kind of unexpected.”Albert Radman, sales director at Alfastreet.
Radman says the company has seen a lot more optimism and energy than expected, so much so that orders have recovered to the same level as they were at this juncture last year.
The European market in particular has been active, while Latam is “starting to wake up” and the Asian market remains conservative but still making orders.
“Casinos are trying to bring people in and of course the best way is to offer the best or the latest equipment,” Radman says.
“On our side, the manufacturing side, we’re also trying to stay ahead with better products with different options.”
The company is helping its customers access new games despite financial challenges by offering flexible payment arrangements.
“With our new payment terms we’re able to offer great opportunities to invest in new products,” Luin Peric says.
She also noted that Alfastreet’s development team was working to develop novel new games.
“We’re very positive for the next nine months because orders are still coming and we’ll close this year much better than we expected,” she added.
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