Bally Technologies Inc says it will display a wide array of new products at G2E Asia 2014.
“G2E Asia is the perfect venue to showcase our full array of new content, including table game products, since our acquisition of SHFL Entertainment Inc last November,” said Bally Technologies’ senior vice president of Asia, India, and South Africa Srini Raghavan.
“Visitors to our booth will see that Bally is committed to serving the needs of the Asia-Pacific market. Our booth will feature an outstanding line-up of new games, including games designed specifically with the Asian player in mind on both of our popular Pro Series and Equinox cabinets. We will also demonstrate how our innovative systems, table game products, and interactive technology can connect operators’ entire gaming world.”
At G2E Asia, Bally’s booth will feature more than 40 unique game titles, the company says.
Also prominently featured will be Bally’s Pro Wave cabinet (pictured), which features the industry’s first concave high-definition monitor at more than 100 centimetres. Bally will display three new games developed specifically for the Wave cabinet: Fu Dao Le, Super Red Phoenix and Super Rise of Ra.
For its Equinox cabinet, Bally will unveil Emperor’s Seal, a new three-level linked progressive with two Block Pays-style Asian-themed games.
Making their G2E Asia debut are some new proprietary table games like commission-free Dragon Bonus Baccarat.
The utilities segment will be highlighted by the nearly 61-centimetre double-sided LCD i-Score baccarat viewer, with Dragon-themed graphics to appeal to Asian players.
The TableMaster Fusion e-table will also be on display, featuring the Chinese version of Ultimate Texas Hold’em with a Mandarin-speaking dealer. It features a high-definition LCD display at more than 182 centimetres with attractive virtual dealers, nearly 56-centimetre widescreen player terminals with touchscreen betting, enhanced graphics and multiple side bets.
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