Scientific Games to showcase content designed for Asia

Scientific Games Corporation will showcase a robust range of solutions for casino operators at G2E this week.  

Gavin Isaacs, Scientific Games president and chief executive officer, said, “We’re excited to celebrate G2E Asia’s 10th anniversary with an unrivaled display highlighting the industry’s broadest portfolio for the Asia-Pacific market. We have invested extensively in market-specific innovation that drives play and delivers operating efficiencies across games, table products, and interactive solutions.”

Scientific Games will also debut its new Dualos cabinet. Featuring dual 23-inch high-definition screens, superior sound, integrated ambient lighting and a 18.5 in digital topper, Dualos supports a rich library of Bally, Shuffle Master and WMS content.

The gaming supplier will also feature content designed for Asia, including an expansive range of standalone SUPER Series games, progressive jackpot VIP Series themes, and the Duo Fu Duo Cai, Da Fu Da Gui and Jackpot Vault families.

Lock It Link will also be introduced to the exhibition this year. The cabinet is a two-level progressive jackpot featured on two introductory games: Bright Lights and Girl’s Best Friend. These games offer players a host of features, including a fixed-lines game, a two-level progressive jackpot, two fixed jackpots and the chance to win huge credit payouts– combined with a highly engaging Lock It Link Heart respin.

The Da Fu Da Gui link launches with Rich Traditions and Jade Eternity on the player-favorite Pro Wave cabinet and is already an outstanding success throughout the Philippines, Malaysia, Saipan, and Asian Cruise Ships markets.

A number of new proprietary tables games will also be showcased, including Flushes Gone Wild, Two for the Show and Jackpot Baccarat, as well as new products in electronic table systems including Baccarat on the Fusion Virtual Multigame, live Baccarat on the Fusion Hybrid, and the immersive new Fusion Vibe player experience on the Fusion Hybrid.

“Our innovation in the table games segment is world renowned. Casino operators around the globe can rest assured that we are committed to supporting our customers’ investments in our electronic table games and high-performing systems,” said Isaacs.

Along with the SDS slot accounting and player-tracking system, Scientific Games will offer live demonstrations of its Elite Bonusing Suite (EBS), which features 12 applications to automate existing promotions and player-loyalty programs through iVIEW Display Manager (DM) on-device messaging technology.

Senior Vice President and Managing Director Ken Jolly said, “Every year we step it up at G2E Asia and 2016 is no exception. We’ve got our new Dualos cabinet that brings together technology from Bally, Shuffle Master, and WMS to create a best-of-breed slot cabinet.  Systems this year are focused on demonstrating all the tools available to drive player excitement and commitment as more casino floors in Asia cater to the dynamically growing mass market, as seen in Macau and elsewhere throughout the region. The entertainment, security, creative content, and innovative technology we bring to the market will help to increase repeat play and add excitement across the casino floor.”

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