Multimedia Games Holding Co Inc – a creator and supplier of systems, content and electronic gaming units for Native American and commercial casinos – will introduce 100 new games to the market during Global Gaming Expo (G2E) 2014.
There will also be three new slot cabinet platforms and further updates to the company’s award-winning TournEvent slot tournament product (pictured).
Multimedia Games’ Platinum MPX slot cabinet – offering an ‘immersive’ experience according to the firm – recently had its debut on casino floors. G2E will see the launch of new games for the platform, including ‘Dracula’.
The Texan HDX – a new cabinet available for purchase by casinos or on a revenue participation basis between operator and supplier – is 8-feet tall and reflects the roots of the Austin, Texas-based firm. The platform has twin 42-inch (107-centimetre) widescreen liquid crystal display panels and two-person bench seating.
Additionally the company’s Skyline series of games combines classic mechanical reel-style slot gaming with interactive lighting and what Multimedia Games describes as an “eye-catching” top box.
“Our G2E 2014 product line-up will showcase the creative spirit of the entire… Multimedia Games team while clearly highlighting our ability to deliver our brand of differentiated gaming entertainment to our customers,” said the company’s chief executive Patrick Ramsey in a statement.
The firm also supplies the central determinant system for the video lottery terminals installed at racetracks in the state of New York.
Multimedia Games is at booth #1165 during G2E 2014 at Sands Expo and Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, from September 30 to October 2.
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