(Moncton, CANADA) – SPIELO International is clarifying misleading information in an article that originally appeared on online news sites beginning Monday, December 12, 2011, and which has since been repeated by numerous news outlets.
SPIELO International, formerly known as ATRONIC, still maintains the ATRONIC name as a product brand.
The article, about a lawsuit related to a gaming machine error in an Austrian casino, includes a quotation that refers to ATRONIC.
ATRONIC was not the supplier of the gaming machine in question.
SPIELO International is a world leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of top-performing games, cabinets, central systems and associated software for legal gaming markets around the world. It offers a complete range of end-to-end gaming products for diverse gaming segments, including distributed government-sponsored markets, commercial casino markets, and Amusement with Prize (AWP) markets. SPIELO International serves more than 1,500 customers on five continents and has shipped more than 200,000 gaming machines worldwide, and holds more than 300 gaming licenses. Of those, it is licensed to sell machines in 25 U.S. states, including Nevada, as well as to 142 tribes.
SPIELO International is 100 percent owned by Lottomatica Group, a market leader in the Italian gaming industry, one of the largest Lottery operators in the world based on total wagers, and a leading provider of lottery and gaming technology solutions worldwide. SPIELO International is also an affiliate of GTECH, a leading gaming technology and services company. SPIELO is a platinum member of the Gaming Standards Association, and supports open industry standards such as Game to System(r) (G2S(r)) and System to System(r) (S2S(r)). For more information on SPIELO International and our products, please visit our website at www.spielo.com.
Game to System and G2S are registered trademarks of the Gaming Standards AssociationTM.