Scientific Games launches Kascada cabinet

SG launches Kascada cabinet

Scientific Games has introduced the Kascada cabinet, which is the next generation of the top-selling TwinStar J43 cabinet.

Launched initially in North America, it will soon be available worldwide.

Kascada offers a modernized version of the J43, boasting an ultra-high-definition 4K graphics display on a 43-inch, innovative double curved monitor and features an exciting new lighting package. Kascada builds upon the gaming cabinet revolution Scientific Games began with the introduction of the ALPHA Pro Wave, the first curved-screen portrait cabinet. That cabinet sent shockwaves through the industry, changed the look of casino floors and transformed the player-experience. 

“Kascada is part of the evolution of the gaming floor,” said Matt Wilson, Executive Vice President and Gaming Group Chief Executive. “Technology in consumer electronics is rapidly evolving. We’re creating truly immersive experiences to match what players have become accustomed to in entertainment experiences off the casino floor.

“In developing both cabinets and games, we’re leveraging international teams to tap into and meet consumer expectations around the globe,” Wilson continued. “And, we’ve added top-tier executive talent with operator experience to our commercial team to ensure we keep the perspective of our operator-partners first and foremost. As we evolve our talent and better understand consumer demands and operator needs, our product lines continue to improve. This people plus product approach is a winning combination for us, and our partners.”

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