Apparat Gaming brought its German accent to iGB Live for the second time, and what an event it was. The team descended on the beautiful city of Amsterdam for what turned out to be a packed conference with more than 9,000 delegates attending over the three days.
Apparat Gaming was a hive of activity, with no end of operators crossing the threshold into our wonderful world of slots that have been developed using core German principles of quality, engineering, augenweide (eye candy) and no sense of humour whatsoever.
It turns out this is a winning combination, as all of those that stopped by to fire up the reels on slots such as Total Eclipse, The Black Book of Pirates and Heimdall’s Horn were left feeling thrilled and excited by our fun themes, striking design, powerful sound and edge-of-the-seat gameplay.
For us, no theme is off limits, and we were thrilled to showcase one of our latest slots, Mallorca Wilds.
This game is all about summer, taking players to the hugely popular tourist destination where they arrive at the beach to discover lots of Wilds that have washed ashore. It’s also got an amazing summer soundtrack packed full of terrible pop music!
Delegates also enjoyed exploring our portfolio of classic fruit-themed games including Finest Fruits and 7 Supernova Fruits, as well as our player favourite book slot, Jack Potter and the Book of Dynasties and Jack Potter & The Book of Dynasties 6 which features an extra sixth reel.
iGB Live was also a big success for Apparat in terms of networking and deal-making. The show itself was incredibly well organised and with plenty of operators in attendance. We enjoyed going to the SoftSwiss party where we were able to strike new partnerships.
Of course, one of the best parts of the show was the setting. Amsterdam is an incredible city to explore, and the team enjoyed time away from the show taking in all of the sights and sounds. The beer might not quite be as good as it is in Germany but made sure to try plenty of it just to be sure.
iGB Live was one of the best shows so far for Apparat Gaming and we will be back again next year to showcase our growing portfolio of slots developed with a German accent.