Showcasing player-driven performance

At ICE 2020, IGT will demonstrate its commitment to player-driven performance through its vast array of proven games, cabinets, systems, and solutions at the ICE London show.

An update to the player-favorite Fortune Coin Video Slots, Fortune Coin Boost! features exciting new Boost coins that enhance the bonuses and credits by multiplying coin values. 

Boost coins also improve the five-level progressive jackpot by removing the lowest three progressives and increasing the player’s chances at a massive win. Boost coins remove up to three of the lowest-paying symbols in the free games.

IGT will also highlight its latest version of its top-performing Scarab game with two new additions. Featured on the CrystalCurve cabinet, Scarab Grand represents the next evolution of a Proven Performer with its Wild Stays, Charges, Then Pays feature. Scarab Link on the CrystalDual 27 cabinet features the same persistence element as the original, in addition to an exciting Hold-and-Respin bonus feature.

The Company will demonstrate the strength of its multi-game portfolio by featuring market-attuned USwitch content on the Cobalt 27, CrystalDual 27, CrystalSlant and AXXIS 23 gaming machines. 

These user-friendly game bundles feature a range of player-favorite IGT titles along with recently released Proven Performer themes, which can easily be adapted to meet regional requirements and player preferences.

IGT has also deepened its content library for single and dual-screen cabinets with titles including Star Goddess, Lucky Buddha, and Twin Strike on the CrystalDual 27 gaming machine, as well as Magic of the Nile, Mistress of Egypt Grand, and Zodiac Lion on the popular CrystalCurve gaming machine.

For more information, visit IGT at stand N3-160 at the show. 

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