Merkur Gaming set to showcase premier gaming cabinets at Entertainment Arena Expo in Bucharest

After a successful post-Covid event last year, Merkur Gaming, along with its Romanian subsidiary and with strong backing from its German headquarters team, is making a comeback to the Entertainment Arena Expo (EAE) in Bucharest. The event is scheduled to take place from September 5-7.

EAE’s 15th edition is set to unfold on Eastern Europe’s most expansive show floor, spanning an extensive 12,000 sqm display area within Bucharest’s Fair Hall B2. Merkur is geared up for a significant presence at stand 103, showcasing its premier gaming cabinets including the Avantgarde Max Trio, Avante Trio, and Allegro Trio models. Additionally, a fresh multigame 11.0 mix with new and engaging games will also be on display, offering visitors an opportunity to experience and play them firsthand during the event.

Merkur’s booth will also feature prominent showcases of Linked Progressive Jackpots, including the advancements of Link Zone II, Solar Link, and the tower Jackpot, Five, alongside a presentation of Merkur Mystery II. Both Link Zone II and Merkur Mystery II represent notable progressions from their initial iterations, denoted by the ‘II’ classification, signifying substantial upgrades. These upgrades include enhanced software mathematics designed to facilitate easier activation of the Jackpot feature (Link Zone II) and improved access to random prizes with enhanced rewards through Merkur Mystery II.

“Last year’s edition of EAE in Bucharest was really excellent for Merkur. I am certain that the show’s 15th edition will prove to be even better. Our team from Merkur Gaming Romania, headed by Managing Director Hannelore Valkanov, will be prepared to welcome visitors not just from Romania but from all across Eastern Europe too. EAE is a hugely significant show for the entire region, and we look forward to meeting everyone and demonstrating our great range of products as well as discussing the business opportunities that I am certain will be created,” Athanasios “Sakis” Isaakidis, Merkur Gaming’s Chief Executive, International, said.