KGM, the exclusive United States manufacturer and distributor of Alfastreet electronic table games, has reached a major company milestone. KGM has installed its first two electronic roulette game stations in Connecticut.
The electronic roulette game units feature a real roulette wheel at the center, flanked on four sides by individual player stations. Each player station features an ergonomically-correct seat and a private touch screen for easy, chip-free betting. The four-seat R4 version of the game went live at Mohegan Sun this past Wednesday, and the eight-seat R8 cabinet style went live at Foxwoods Resort Casino this past Friday.
“Alfastreet’s automated table games offer real value for players and reflect evolving preferences in modern casino play,” said Jason Peters, President of KGM. “Besides being fast, convenient and easy to play even for novices, these games create a unique social environment where players interact and cheer each other on in a joint effort to beat the house.”
“The advantages for casino operators are just as numerous,” added Jason Cohen, Executive Vice President of KGM. “Automated table games maximize profitability of the gaming floor by allowing for 24/7 operation, faster bets and more players per game. Even more importantly, these games are very approachable, removing the anxiety factor beginning players often experience with traditional live games.”
Alfastreet’s electronic table games are completely customizable. Parameters like speed of the game, denomination and betting limitations can be adjusted easily. While automated roulette is Alfastreet’s core product, KGM has plans underway to install game units, including electronic blackjack and baccarat, in casinos across North America, pending jurisdictional licensing.