QuickSpin Evolution

    The evolution of the popular QuickSpin brand will highlight offerings from Ainsworth Game Technology at the Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas.

    QuickSpin’s titles such as Super Charged 7s, Super Lantern 8s, Super Crystal 7s, and the recently released MultiPlay Super Charged 7s will take center stage alongside at least six new wheel games designed for maximum player engagement and strong casino operator return-on-investment.

    “G2E is the perfect time for Ainsworth to showcase the growth of our product lines, especially in the QuickSpin family,” said Ainsworth President – North America Joe Bertolone. “We will truly show how through developing QuickSpin content we are evolving the wheel and evolving Ainsworth’s core product offerings.”

    Visitors to Ainsworth’s booth will see several new QuickSpin titles that offer innovative uses of the giant wheel on the sleek A640 portrait screen cabinet. Turbo Charged 7s offers four unique Linked Progressive jackpots with QuickSpin gameplay. The multi-denom configurable titles give penny players a chance to chase top awards starting at $2,500, with even bigger jackpots for larger denoms up to a huge $25,000 jackpot for 10-cent players.

    Super Lit Vegas adds to the QuickSpin family by offering a persistent state style of game that enables players to collect wheel spins over seven spin cycles. On the seventh spin wilds and wheel symbols are revealed for big wins.

    Yet another offering – Super Charged 7s Classic  — takes QuickSpin gameplay to the High Denomination market with a five-line or nine-line game. This new title maintains a high wheel spin frequency on 25-cent and $1 denominations. 

    Find Ainsworth at G2E Las Vegas at booth 1259.

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