Aristocrat and VGT to showcase ‘the power of connection’

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Aristocrat and VGT will be bringing their deep and broad portfolio to this year’s G2E and are set to showcase a new mix of cabinets, games and system solutions for Class II and III jurisdictions.

 

[dropcap]A[/dropcap]t G2E 2016, Aristocrat and VGT will showcase the power of connection as the companies bring powerful innovations to booth #1141 with a new mix of cabinets, games and system solutions that address customer business needs in Class II and Class III jurisdictions.

Aristocrat and VGT’s deep and broad portfolio is designed to help customers serve their patrons even better with a connected gaming perspective that strengthens operator-patron interaction.

“Our combined offerings from Aristocrat and VGT present the most diverse product portfolio in gaming, one that has the content, comparability and configurability to appeal to every type of casino player,” said Maureen Sweeny, Aristocrat’s chief commercial officer.

The innovation begins with three new cabinets, including a new stepper line. Aristocrat’s new Class III games include thrilling new titles Tim McGraw, Sharknado, My Cousin Vinny, Dragon Link, Wonder 4 Wonder Wheel, Quick Fire Flaming Jackpots and Spin It Grand.

 

Our combined offerings from Aristocrat and VGT present the most diverse product portfolio in gaming, one that has the content, comparability and configurability to appeal to every type of casino player.

 

VGT will showcase a new platform, Ovation, that brings player-favorite Aristocrat content to the Class II space, combining market-proven brands with field-proven math models and comes to market with seven strong titles and a roadmap to expand the library.

In systems solutions, Aristocrat’s Oasis 360 Brand Connectivity Suite can help operators increase customer interaction with a range of integrated solutions that arm the enterprise with tools, empowering them to use marketing budgets most effectively – giving them layers of marketing programs so they have options as varied as their patrons.


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