Multi game pioneer Amatic Industries are looking to make an impression once more at ICE with their portfolio of popular cabinets games, coupled with jackpot and online gaming solutions.
[dropcap]A[/dropcap]matic will be introducing a breadth of new products to its already large multi-game portfolio and showing the latest in its gaming machines and solutions at ICE.
Through strong showings at the past two shows Amatic gaming machines have grown in popularity and the company aim to continue this trend in 2017 by exhibiting a number of successful units.
The latest cabinet is the upright Amarox C24 which features wide-screen 24” monitors and high-end sound. Amatic have loaded the C24 with their latest gaming technology to guarantee the security of the unit and extend playing time. The V24, originally designed for the Spanish market, will also be shown as the company look towards more international commercialisation.
The eye-catching curved slant top Performer Grand Arc will also be on display. The unit draws on the great multi-game experience within Amatic and is available with either two or three monitors, with the latter enabling a jackpot system to be perfectly displayed on the uppermost display.
Amatic is looking to have a strong showing with its electronic roulette range and will be presenting its latest solution for the first time at ICE. The flagship Roulette Grand Jeu 24HX is an all-in-one electronic roulette installation that offers integrated player positions around a fully automatic wheel. The product has been developed for an eight seater configuration but is also available for five or three players, offering a solution for operators with limited space.
All land-based Amatic solutions can be linked by the Go For Gold jackpot system that premiered at ICE 2016. It is a constant side bet mechanic where players can secure a chosen number throughout their play and aim to take part in a jackpot side-game
The online solution, Amanet, will also be being demonstrated and takes great advantage of the game-building experience within the company. All games are designed and initially tested on land-based systems before entering the online market. The games are all in HTML5 format meaning they can be played on all mobile and online devices for maximum market impact.