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KGM – Evolution of Table Games

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One of the original casino and gambling attractions were table games. When a person thinks of casinos, yes, they think of slot machines. But table games, or a form of them, were what started it all. Today, with the continued evolution of the casino floor and the demand of the technology driven player, “hands-on” table games are now turning digital.

Electronic table games are some of the most popular games on casino floors today. The games allow many features that traditional card and table games do not. These types of games increase table profitability, are self-sufficient, and can be adjusted to suit players habits in specific markets. So not only are they more functional for the player, they also better profit the casino.

KGM is the exclusive North American distributor of Alfastreet’s line of electronic table games. They have created digital, automated versions of traditional table games (i.e. - Black Jack, Roulette, Craps and more).

KGM recently completed an install of the Alfastreet game, Roulette R6 at Tropicana in Atlantic City, NJ. Roulette is their specialty which they have been perfecting for two decades. Game and tournament options allow for varying Jackpot options and rewards which increase enjoyment. Alfastreet Roulette Wheels are certified for their accuracy and randomness, as well as proven for its reliability throughout the years of operation.

Alfastreet’s line also includes SicBo, Craps, Black Jack, Baccarat, Dragon vs Tiger, Derby, Video Roulette, and WOF. They also offer “simultaneous play” machines that allow a multi-game experience for players to experience multiple Alfastreet games at once. A person can play up to 4 games at a time which increases enjoyment, which in turn increases revenue for the casino.

To learn more about Alfastreet’s Roulette and other revolutionary electronic table games, or other gaming, seating or signage needs, please contact us at KGMgaming.com.

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