Merkur Gaming US returns to NIGA with a brand new game range created, it claims, in America, by Americans and for Americans. The new range comprises creations of Sunshine Games, itself based in Las Vegas and the sister company of Merkur Gaming US. Also featured are game creations from High 5 Games, the internationally famous creators of some of the most popular slots in casino gaming history.
Sunshine Games has just celebrated its first full year of working from its base in Las Vegas. The company took just nine months to produce its first games: the first two of which, Taco Tuesday and Amulet of the Pharaoh, were previewed at last year’s G2E show.
Merkur Gaming US, ahead of the show, said that it understands the absolute need for its own American games style and is fully utilising the strengths of Sunshine Games and High 5 Games to provide just that. “Now we come to the next, and very important, step in our development, the NIGA show in Las Vegas,” it added. “We will have on display there the range of Sunshine Games creations to date, plus those of High 5 Games, and we very much look forward to the reaction of show visitors to what they can see there and play for themselves.”
As associate members of NIGA Merkur Gaming both understands and fully supports the National Indian Gaming Association as the show moves into its 33rd year (making NIGA the longest running trade show in the history of the gaming industry) and continuing its work to protect and preserve the general welfare of tribes striving for self-sufficiency through gaming enterprises in Indian Country.