Coming of AGE: Scientific Games to showcase “next-level innovations”

Coming of AGE: Scientific Games to showcase “next-level innovations”
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Scientific Games will be displaying a broad portfolio of products which aim to “shape the future” of the gaming industry at AGE, including the Dualos cabinet along with the Alpha Pro V27/27 and Alpha Pro Wave cabinets.

Scientific Games will demonstrate a comprehensive range of leading products and solutions at the Australasian Gaming Expo this September, which the company affirms could be set to shape the course of the industry in years to come.

“At AGE, we are looking forward to showcasing the innovative games, table products, systems, and lottery technologies that are designed to help our customers drive revenue, enhance operating efficiencies, and make smarter business decisions,” said Scientific Games CEO Kevin Sheehan.  

“We’re excited to showcase our products and solutions that will truly shape the future of our industry.”

The Dualos cabinet; the Alpha Pro V27/27 cabinet with its dual 68.5-centimeter HD displays; and the Alpha Pro Wave cabinet, with its unique 101.6-cm curved LCD vertical touchscreen monitor are predicted to be the three highlights at the company’s exhibit.

Meanwhile, from its electronic table systems portfolio, Scientific Games will display Roulette, Baccarat, and Sic Bo on its Shuffle Master Fusion platform with its new Quartz cabinet, which the company states is “designed to transform electronic table game play”.

The company will also offer a host of proprietary table games and utility products including EZ Baccarat, Zappit, Zombie Blackjack, and DJ Wild Poker. A host of utility products will also be on show including the new ShuffleStar, a low profile front-loading shuffler that shuffles four to eight decks continuously and features a high-speed flat dealing shoe and card recognition. Alongside this, Shufflink, links shufflers, chip sorters and i-Shoe dealing shoes to the casino management system to provide real-time data and reporting.

Aiming to cater to different player segments, the Las Vegas based company is bringing a diverse line-up of game content to the show, including games based on some of the latest entertainment brands and bolstered by several original new game themes.

Additional standalone titles in the Locked & Loaded series, as well as new games in the Lock It Link series will also be on display.

Over on the systems side, the company will be demonstrating solutions such as iVista4, Scientific Games’ next generation in-game display manager.  iVista4 enables casinos to display dynamic marketing animations and video with instant response through an advanced multi-touch display, increasing player engagement and interaction.



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