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Atronic Establishes New Ground at the Western Indian Gaming Conference

30 January 2001

SCOTTSDALE, Arizona --(Press Release) --Jan. 30, 2001 -- With the recent passage of Proposition 1A for California, Atronic opened its doors to the California tribal gaming market with its first year presence at the Western Indian Gaming Conference.

``This show was our first in this dynamic new market. We have great plans for Atronic in California and CNIGA and our attendance at the show offered a prime opportunity for Atronic to extend its already strong presence,' exclaimed an enthusiastic Joe Bailo, Atronic's Vice President of Sales and Marketing. ``At the show and in the future, it is our goal to incorporate California as a key part to our corporate strategy.'

At CNIGA, Atronic unveiled the latest in their Cashline video slot machine series as well as the numerous other games which have already been generating fantastic revenues in California -- specifically Sphinx, IC Money and Break the Spell. Atronic's customers and guests were also invited to the Atronic Customer Reception at the Village Pub on the first day of the show. The reception was a huge hit and more than 100 people packed the pub and were easily recognized amongst the crowd as they wore their Atronic blinking suns.

Furthermore, to show Atronic's dedication to the new Indian gaming market, corporate counterparts Michael Gauselmann - Owner and Chief Executive Officer as well as Rolf Klug - Chief Financial Officer /acting Chief Operational Officer, also attended the show and personally met with numerous customers and guests.

Commented Gauselmann on Atronic's presence at the tradeshow, ``The CNIGA show provided me, as a game designer, with the opportunity to meet one-on-one with customers to allow them to voice their opinions and to indicate how Atronic can better serve the needs of the tribal casinos. Now, I have a more complete understanding of the expectations and desires of our California players including those which have had previous experience with the advanced games which are now being pulled out of casinos. I'm convinced that our global development approach is a major factor in the success of Atronic's high game performance in California.'

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Atronic Establishes New Ground at the Western Indian Gaming Conference is republished from GamingMeets.com.