KX 43 and Concerto Opus cabinets set to take centre-stage

KX 43 Concerto Opus cabinets
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Konami Gaming will also unveil a new portrait screen machine, along with a full spectrum of gaming solutions from cabinets to content through to casino systems at this year’s G2E Las Vegas.

 

From new game form factors to facial recognition technology, Konami Gaming’s presence at G2E 2019 demonstrates a commitment to invest in the industry’s future. An estimated 27,000 industry professionals from across the globe will be among the first to experience entirely new slot cabinets, creative game content, and casino systems solutions aimed at advancing product offering across the space this October. On the heels of high performance for the big-screen Concerto Opus cabinet and growing momentum for its awardwinning KX 43, Konami is further expanding its cabinet lineup with a never-before-seen, portrait screen machine.

This year’s event also comes with considerable emphasis on fresh game content, spanning linked progressive innovations to bonus events.

Throughout the show, Konami’s booth will feature demos for its award-winning Synkros casino management system, showcasing leading edge solutions including SynkVision facial recognition, SynkConnect player mobile app, Synk31 Title 31/AML system, and more. With a standard cabinet width, four-times the pixel depth of standard HD, and leading library of 4K UHD game themes, Konami’s award-winning KX 43 is designed as a trim-fit champion for any area of the floor.

Its 43”, edge-lit portrait screen carries custom-programmed graphic interaction with the LCD button panel, which is inlaid a relaxed slant top. KX 43 includes core player comforts and conveniences, including USB charging port, double cup holders, and dual classic bash buttons.

Among Konami’s most anticipated new titles for KX 43 is a symbol-driven linked jackpot series called Fortune Mint, with Coin symbols that transform to random multipliers and jackpot symbols when appearing in a highlighted section of the reel frame.

Fortune Mint is recognizable by the giant glowing coin that shimmers across the upper part of the screen.

It features three progressive jackpot levels, including a $10,000+ Maxi. Fortune Mint is showcased at G2E 2019 with custom pod/bank fillers and sign display options for both KX 43 and Opus. Konami’s Fortune Mint series has two available launch titles: Fu Gui You Yu and Fu Xing Gao Zhao. Both are fivereel, scatter pay games with a spectrum of bonus opportunities based on the player’s selected bet level.

By boosting their bet from 68-cents to $1.88, players expand the zone for symbol-driven bonus opportunities by 3x. Bets at $3.88 add more transforming wild symbols, a n d bets at $ 8 . 8 8 a d d Premium Pays™ for all picture symbols, granting even greater payout potential.

All bet options and corresponding bonus opportunities are communicated through the button panel and messaging on the primary screen. Konami is bringing top gaming entertainment to the big screen with Opus.

Boasting an extra-large, 65” 4K Ultra HD display, this super-sized format makes every win an incredible celebration for players and pairs. Each machine features a custom-lighted TouchDash button deck with dual spin buttons, dual cup holders, and an optional USB charger.

Opus showcased a debut lineup of 4K UHD game themes including incredible integrated progressives. Gaming professionals and executives will encounter leading edge solutions to reach, engage, understand, monitor, and reward casino guests in the Synkros area of Konami’s 2019 G2E display.

The company’s award-winning casino management system is featuring a top lineup of technology, including its Synk Vision facial recognition, all-inone Title 31 AML system Synk31, and SynkConnect player mobile app.

These advancements and more will be available for guests to experience firsthand throughout G2E 2019. Konami’s new Synk31 is a comprehensive Title 31 Anti-Money Laundering (AML) system that allows permissioned Synkros administrators to gather, track, review, and complete all AML requirements, including Multiple Transaction Log (MTL), Negotiable Instrument Log (NIL), Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR), Currency Transaction Reporting (CTR), Know Your Customer (KYC) and more.

Synk31 leverages Synkros’ industryleading data architecture to capture and compile all necessary AML information with robust, real-time results. It supports automated delivery of IRS forms, for maximum ease and efficiency.

In addition, Synk 31 provides true case management, empowering administrators to compile all reporting, time stamped notes, files documents, screenshots, photos, videos, and emails associated with particular patron or incident in one spot.

Meanwhile, SynkConnect is a “cardless” player tracking convenience. This touchless, multi-channel solution empowers casino players with a variety of secure methods to augment or replace a traditional player loyalty card at the EGM, including their personal mobile device, fobs, a room key, and more.

These alternative authentication methods can be delivered through Near Field Communication(NFC) embedded within a traditional card reader, and/or via QR code for smartphone users.

Konami has also developed SynkConnect Mobile as a robust mobile application to give players all the benefits of touchless authentication.

This cardless player tracking convenience empowers players to login to any equipped EGM through the app and enjoy all the tools to view and manage their loyalty account from anywhere.

Properties can customise the SynkConnect app options to mirror the property brand or link it with an existing app.

Konami’s SynkConnect helps transform how casino players connect and engage with the casino’s loyalty program using the technology conveniences already interlaced through their daily life and the guest experience.

With more new ways for players to connect, SynkConnect helps eliminate barriers caused by dependence on traditional loyalty cards and increase “carded” play activity through a number of convenient methods of authentication.


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