Tue, Aug 6, 4:21pm by Staff Writer
Scientific Games Corporation will showcase the gaming industry’s most comprehensive product lineup at the Australasian Gaming Expo in Sydney next week.
The event, running from August 13 to 15 will highlight Scientific Games’ new and innovative slow game content and platforms, proprietary table games and utilities, electronic table systems, casino management systems and its new digital and global leading sports betting products.
Derik Mooberry, Scientific Games’ Gaming chief executive officer said, “Our company is always finding new ways to elevate and innovate the gaming floor and the Australasian Gaming Expo is where we get the opportunity to reinforce our vision with customers.
“Visitors to the show will see a number of our new game series that will be driving a reinvigorated lineup in our gaming business. An incredible range of products will be showcased from our lottery and digital divisions, highlighting creative content and the dynamic games that delight our players.”
Three new exciting game series Hot Hot Jackpots, Rising Riches and Quick 6 will feature prominently on the DUALOS X cabinet, according to prnewswire.
This new cabinet has the signature 27-27-27 look: 27 inch high definition LCD topper, main monitor and top box for higher luminance, CPU4x processor and runs on Scientific Games’ new ArgOS platform to deliver a more engaging gameplay experience.
Hot Hot Jackpots is a new game series featuring a novel selection feature concept that incorporates an improved Action Spins wheel mechanic.
This compelling alternative to the current Hold-and-Spin style games brings rich game themes and gameplay onto the big screen.
Rising Riches is a new game series that is designed to capitalize on the ready-made appetite for hold-and-spin formats with a novel twist for added fun and appeal.
Scientific Games re-enters the progressive link segment with its standout game, Penny Pier, a new game concept that evokes the enjoyment and novelty of classic penny arcade games while delivering a highly engaging gameplay experience full of anticipation, surprise and big rewards.
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Scientific Games will also showcase its industry leading sports and casino technologies that bring partners to the next level.
The company will highlight its comprehensive portfolio of platforms and services that enables customers to win in both established and burgeoning markets.
Scientific Games’ OpenSports product suite will be featured on the show floor, giving an in-depth look at the company’s player-centric sportsbook solution.
Among the most reliable and scalable platforms on the market, OpenSports powers sportsbooks with end-to-end technology that includes trading, marketing and product management services, managed trading services, real-time data and pricing resources and Sportsbook Operations Services.
OpenSports empowers partners to choose the elements that will drive their success.
The modular offering sets partners on a long-term growth trajectory by giving them the technology they need to engage players and an innovative roadmap of features that fuels continuous improvement of the operator’s sportsbook.
Senior vice president Adrian Halpenny said, “Celebrating 30 years at AGE is a terrific milestone for the show and for us as an exhibitor. In its many different guises, over the past three decades, Scientific Games has been able to showcase products that have been launched onto the global gaming stage, and we are very proud of that.
“Our home-grown content has been an integral part of both our Company’s success and our team who is committed to bringing better products to market that foster improved performance.
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