Gaming technology specialist Quixant will be one of the few exhibitors at next month’s Japan Gaming Congress as the company gears up for the regulation of casino gaming in the country in the form of integrated resorts.
“With the highly anticipated introduction of casino gaming in Japan, Quixant is delighted to be making its debut as one of a select few exhibitors at the show,” the company said in a statement.
“Quixant’s market-leading range of gaming platform and monitor solutions have already gained traction in the Japanese market, supported by an expert Tokyo-based sales and technical team.”
The company’s collection of gaming platforms are present in all major regulated global gaming jurisdictions and offer those entering new markets a reliable, established solution.
“Quixant’s participation at the Japan Gaming Congress as one of few exhibitors at the show demonstrates our commitment to the Japanese market,” said John Malin, sales director.
“We believe the show will become increasingly prominent as the move towards the opening of regulated gaming venues in Japan gathers pace. Quixant’s purpose-built gaming platforms and monitors offer a compelling solution to fast-track new machine development, and ensure that achieving regulatory compliance is a smooth process.”
The Japan Gaming Congress takes place at the Conrad Tokyo on May 10-11.