Scientific Games Corp, a United States-based supplier of gaming equipment, will launch the DualosX gaming cabinet, and the titles “Duo Fu Duo Cai 5 Treasures” and “Diamond Eternity” at the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) Asia in Macau.
The new cabinet has a 27-inch high-definition LCD topper, main monitor and top box, along with a CPU4x processor, and runs on the new ArgOS platform, according to a written statement issued by Scientific Games.
Scientific Games is also presenting seven new games for Asian markets that run on the SL-V Platform for the Dualos cabinet: “Jin Ji Bao Xi” and “Jin Ji Bao Xi Gold Prancing Pigs”; “Jin Ji Bao Xi VIP Echo Fortunes” and “Endless Treasure”; “The Pink Panther Riches of Ra”; “Rolling 777”; and “Cash Connection Sweet Tweet”.
New casino management offerings by Scientific Games will also be on show at the exhibition.
They include the Bet by Bet System, which tracks all the bets made in baccarat games; the TableView Table Management Solution, which automates manual rating; the Shufflink System, which instantly collects data from utility products; and the iVIEW Web Content Management solution.
Scientific Games will unveil at G2E Asia a new electronic table game, Quartz Hybrid, which runs on the ArgOS operating system and will integrate with live croupiers in baccarat, roulette and sic bo games. Increased connectivity allows Quartz Hybrid to connect to up to 50 gaming tables.
The company statement quotes Scientific Games president and chief executive Barry Cottle as saying: “Scientific Games is consistently looking to improve and innovate, and to deliver products that will help grow, develop and improve our customers’ gaming business. This year at G2E Asia you will see how we continue to create the most dynamic games that delight our players.”
G2E Asia takes place at the Venetian Macao casino resort from May 21 to May 23.
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