Slot machine maker Konami Gaming Inc says it is launching the Concerto Opus cabinet (pictured) in the United States market, after the product proved itself in trials.
Konami Gaming, a subsidiary of Konami Holdings Corp of Japan, issued on Tuesday a press release saying the Concerto Opus has a 65-inch 4K Ultra HD display, dual cup holders, dual spin buttons, an illuminated multi-colour button dash and an optional USB charger.
“Its debut launch series is a symbol-driven linked progressive based on two popular Konami classics, ‘Solstice Celebration’ and ‘Riches with Daikoku’, which have been expanded to include a Triple Sparkle jackpot symbol transformation,” the statement said. “Both themes are reporting strong results across initial install locations.”
The statement quoted Konami Gaming marketing and product management senior director Steve Walther as saying the Opus cabinet provided large-screen entertainment while maintaining a flexible machine footprint.
The statement contained no word about when the Concerto Opus will be available in Asia.
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