Paltronics Australasia Pty Ltd is launching a new range of table gaming products at this year’s G2E Asia.
The company is already well known for casino floor displays but has now added table games products to its offer. That follows what it describes as a “strategic initiative” via investment that began more than 18 months ago. The new products make use of the firm’s expertise in lighting and displays.
“The first prototype sic bo game was introduced at the Macau Gaming Show last year, and was very well received,” said the company in a release previewing its presence at the show.
A core technology of the new sic bo game is the Clarity playing surface. Clarity is described as a fully sealed laminated layer with embedded LED illumination. It produces what the company says is “vibrant and clear” below the surface lighting that is “fully sealed and… maintenance free for life”.
Paltronics Australasia adds: “With a depth of only 18 millimetres [0.7 inches], Clarity is easy to install in the table top surface and without the need to modify the main table structure beneath. Clarity includes adjustable brightness intensity and a countdown timer to promote faster play.”
Infinity dice shaker
The firm says that another significant development for electronic sic bo games is its new Infinity dice shaker.
It states that Infinity has been designed “from the ground up” to be maintenance free. “This has been achieved by replacing the [industry-standard] fault prone solenoid system with a contactless linear actuator, a technology that reduces friction, [and] wear and tear on core components,” it explains.
“Infinity has also been designed with security in mind,” says the company. The product has a magnetic locking dome cover “eliminating the exposure to ‘peeping’,” says Paltronics Australasia.
Complementing the new sic bo system is the Spectra table display.
Spectra displays are housed in a low profile aluminium extrusion delivering what the firm says is the thinnest table display system available.
The range includes both LCD and LED versions with various colour options available.
The firm adds that the LCD range utilises the latest IPS (in-plane switching) wide-angle display screens offering top quality graphics.
The LED range for Spectra utilises a high-resolution 3mm dot pitch display, which Paltronics Australasia says allows “extremely bright high resolution images”.
Spectra displays are available with screen sizes from 19 inches to 39 inches and all feature integrated side LED lighting.
“With eye catching game graphics, statistical game history, flexible template based background designs and dazzling effects this will ensure that Spectra displays will compliment any gaming floor design and draw players to the games,” states the company.
Spectra displays are also designed for baccarat and roulette games.
Paltronics Australasia has also entered into a strategic partnership with Gaming Entertainment Systems (GES), a Sydney based company specialising in table technology. GES products to be showcased at G2E Asia include ‘Lucky Ball’, a new side bet game for roulette available on the Spectra roulette display, and ‘GES Progressive’, a poker room jackpot and bonusing system.
Paltronics Australasia is at stand 839.
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