Scientific Games to showcase latest innovation, technology and enhanced digital offering at NIGA 2018

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Scientific Games Corporation  has announced plans to bring a comprehensive line-up of innovation, technology and a “significant new digital offering” to the Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention, hosted by the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) in Las Vegas 17 – 20 April.

The company has two product verticals represented in its display at stand 934, showcasing its latest gaming and systems products, as well as the cutting-edge digital and sportsbook products of newly formed SG Digital.
“We are at a watershed moment in our company’s history,” said Scientific Games chief executive officer and president Kevin Sheehan.
“Over the last year, our teams across the globe have been working continuously to ensure that we maintain our position as industry leaders, and by combining Scientific Games’ portfolio of technology platforms, systems, content and services with NYX’s strengths as one of the fastest growing B2B real-money digital gaming and sports betting platforms in the world, we’re creating a pioneering proposition across all sectors.
“We’re excited to present our innovations and the opportunities that they offer to both our customers and the wider industry at NIGA.”
Scientific Games’ SG Gaming offers customers and players across-the-floor games, systems and table products, and is dedicated to being “the industry’s only complete global solutions provider with products” that aim to enhance gaming operation, both on the casino floor and behind the scenes.
With products that stem from Bally, Barcrest, Shuffle Master and WMS brands, the company is focused on setting new standards in the gaming industry. SG Gaming offers content and proprietary solutions that “engage players and empower customers through their use of cutting-edge technology, decades of extensive industry knowledge and market research insights” that provide an understanding of player and casino demand and preference.
“Scientific Games has long enjoyed a strong relationship with NIGA and our tribal casino customers,” added Derik Mooberry, Group Chief Executive, Gaming. “We are thrilled to be hosting the Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention this year in the home town of our global headquarters, Las Vegas, Nevada, and to showcase our newest innovations in slots, tables and systems products – all designed to promote player engagement and enhance operational efficiencies.”
Bringing together brands in iGaming, sports betting and iLottery, the firm will show products from its nine in-house game development studios – including Bally, Barcrest, NextGen Gaming and WMS Gaming.
It will also leverage the combined product offerings, including SG Universe, an online solution for land-based casinos, and OpenBet, a sports betting solution.
“Indian Gaming has always been a crucial element of the casino industry,” said Matt Davey, Group Chief Executive, Digital. “At SG Digital, we find enormous value in our tribal casino partners. Having a yearly show dedicated to the market presents a unique opportunity to showcase products that can bring tribal casinos to new heights.”

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