Casino Technology celebrates 10 years in Peruvian market with the release of new slot machines at the 2017 edition of the PGS (Peru Gaming Show).
Casino Technology and Peruvian distributor, Transatlantic Gaming, will mark 10 years in the Peruvian market with the launch of a new slot machine line for the Latin American region at the Peru Gaming Show (PGS).
“Following our commitment to the customers demands by providing high quality products and first class service, Casino Technology and Transatlantic Gaming, celebrates its 10th anniversary on the Peruvian market by attracting even more customers and partners,” Georgi Koprinarov, GM for Latin America and member of Casino Technology’s Board of Directors. “During the Peru Gaming Show we will showcase our newest product line that is specially designed to satisfy the most demanding operators and clients in the region.”
During the Peru Gaming Show we will showcase our newest product line that is specially designed to satisfy the most demanding operators and clients in the region.”
For this edition of the show the company will be highlighting its Ez Modulo cabinet and Tower slant top, along with its T3 line of slot machines. Also in the spotlight at PGS will be Casino Technology’s premium Arch slot machine, featuring a 42” horizontally curved main monitor, the cabinet is well-established in the market with numerous successful installations.
For PGS 2017, the cabinet will be presented with the Gamopolis Arch dedicated game pack, which ship with between 40 to 60 titles, depending on the customer’s requirements. Already provoking significant interest among operators, Ez Modulo, features a modular design for easy conversion and two 27” HD monitors as well as 24” video topper. Incorporating “advanced ergonomic characteristics” along with a low footprint, the flexible design makes it an asset for any property.
Ez Modulo’s large players deck further enhances comfort, while its the optional 15” iDeck provides a convenient game selector. The cabinet will be presented with its custom game pack Speed King featuring 60 games, including Duck of Luck and Coffee Magic.
Casino Technology states that the titles included were carefully selected to meet market needs. Casino Technology’s new Tower slant top will stand out at PGS with a vertically curved 43” display with 4K resolution, also incorporating a button deck with touch screen for fast and easy handling of multigame main menu and an optional secondary screen for online gaming.
The cabinet will be accompanied by the brand new multigame line, Tower 101, featuring 40 games offering vivid and realistic cinema-like animations with interactive effects, complemented by games with varied line combinations.
The Tower utilises Casino Technology’s Combo concept, allowing simultaneous playing on the main monitor and online on a secondary screen, combining online gaming terminal and standard casino slot machine in one.
Combo functionality can also be implemented on the new T3 slot machine, which includes three 24” monitors, with the main monitor incorporating touch screen functionality. The T3 is presented with the hit game pack Gamopolis Speedway 73, which ships with 40 games. Dedicated to the South American market, the game pack includes a variety of math models and volatility ranges.
Transatlantic Gaming released a Casino Technology game in Peru for the first time back in 2007, laying the foundation for the company to build a solid network in the country, with a number of installations in major casinos throughout the region. The hit cabinets Aurora and Tangra are still in demand and are amongst the best performing slots in the country.