Management at roulette wheel manufacturer Cammegh must be pretty happy with themselves I reckon.
Three of the biggest and most expensive casinos ever built have opened in the last 12 months…in Singapore the Marina Bay Sands and Resorts World Sentosa; in Macau the City of Dreams.
Over 750,000 square feet of gaming floor and 2000 gaming tables between them. And guess who supplied them with roulette wheels?
Like I said…happy days at Cammegh.
Speaking about the upcoming Asian gaming conference G2E Asia, company boss Andrew Cammegh said,
“We are really looking forward to our return to Macau, we have enjoyed great success in the region as our customers appreciate our no compromise approach to quality and our creativity in terms of product innovation…In January this year, we opened our state-of-the-art CNC machine shop. This major investment builds on the very high levels of confidence our customers already have in our commitment in quality control and we are proud to be producing roulette wheels to even closer engineering tolerances than ever before, setting new standards in the gaming industry.”
And as if their Asian mega-casino success isn’t enough, they also recently proved their wheels are still sought-after by the old-school European casinos, with a recent 8-wheel order from Casino Baden Baden.
If you haven’t played at this casino, then imagine a scaled down version of Monaco’s Monte Carlo Casino set in expansive gardens in Germany’s resort/spa town of Baden Baden. It’s the gaming antithesis of Macau’s City of Dreams. Strictly a jacket and tie affair, quiet, uncluttered and oozing old world charm. Of course the one similarity is they are using the same roulette wheels!