Expansive product portfolio

AGS invites casino operators from around the country to experience some of its top-performing table game products, which the company plans to begin widely offering in Australia.

Operators will get a first-hand look at the company’s award-winning Bonus Spin table game progressive technology, its widely-popular side bet Buster Blackjack, its innovative specialty game Chase the Flush, and its new baccarat game Dai Bacc.

“After a successful launch of Buster Blackjack at Crown Melbourne earlier this year, we’re excited to expand further into Australia,” said John Hemberger, senior vice president of Table Products for AGS. “The market’s appetite for variety, combined with our deep product portfolio and the passion and experience of our team, aligns with our commitment to diversity and expanding our reach internationally. We can’t wait to be a part of this year’s show and meet more operators from around the country.”

AGS will showcase some of its top performers from the North American market, including its table game progressive technology, Bonus Spin, a customizable, digital prize wheel that connects to a blackjack table or any other table game, including poker derivatives like Chase the Flush, and offers players a spin on the wheel for hitting a specific hand.

Also on display will be the player-favorite blackjack side bet Buster Blackjack, which has more than 1,100 installs across the world. Recently added to the company’s portfolio is Dai Bacc, a commission-free baccarat game that introduces The Kill Bet, giving players an added advantage of winning even if the other two side bets lose.

Be sure to visit AGS at stand 852.

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