Products of the future, now

    Visitors to Scientific Games’ booth at G2E Las Vegas will not only see cutting-edge products, but also products of the future, available now.

    SG’s Casino of the Future will showcase how the traditional casino can be turned into a dynamic environment through the offering of offering unique social experiences, fostering player interaction and creating immersive environments.

    Also on display will be SG’s latest Sports Wagering Solutions, innovative new Systems offerings, and hot new Table Games and Utilities, such as I Love Suits Poker and Vegas Blackjack Fever. Slot games featuring the hottest entertainment brands, presented on the industry’s most innovative cabinets will also be exhibited, as well as games featuring celebrated, player-favorite themes developed by our own talented studios.

    In partnership with Warner Bros., SG is debuting two new games based on iconic classic movies: Munchkinland featuring The Wizard of Oz, and Willy Wonka – Loompaland starring the Oompa Loompas of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.  New titles in the exciting James Bond Game Series will also be appearing, including DIE ANOTHER DAY, GOLDENEYE, and LIVE AND LET DIE.

    Scientific Games is also introducing the much anticipated TwinStar Wave XL, successor to the revolutionary Pro Wave cabinet. The stunning TwinStar Wave XL promises to build on the original cabinet’s legacy, offering a bigger and better player experience, showcasing a dynamic, curved, 49-inch, 4k, UHD display, generating the kind of stunning graphics only seen in high-end home theatres.

    See what the future has to offer at Scientific Games booth, stand 1126.

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