Scientific Games Corp, a specialist in lottery equipment and management, said it had launched its new slot platform Dualos at the Australasian Gaming Expo (AGE). The trade show took place in Sydney from August 11 and 13.
Dualos is a slot machine cabinet with dual 23-inch (58-centimetre), high-definition screens, offering “superior sound, OLED digital buttons, integrated ambient lighting, and an 18.5-inch digital topper,” the company said in a press release.
The cabinet comes with what the firm describes as a rich game library of titles from three Scientific Games brands – Bally, Shuffle Master, and WMS.
The gaming equipment supplier said Dualos offers “unique and premier content customised for players”, as well as games that are proven favourites with players in the Australian market.
“The abundance of technology in our portfolio enables us to pick and choose the best features across Bally, Shuffle Master, and WMS to maximise the player experience,” Adrian Halpenny, senior vice president of Scientific Games Australasia, said in a statement.
He added: “The early response from our customers has been very positive as they recognise the value that Dualos can bring to their respective businesses.”
The Dualos cabinet is Scientific Games’ first new cabinet since acquiring Bally Technologies Inc in a deal valued at US$5.1 billion.
“What we have achieved in a short period shows how clever engineering backed by organisational expertise can set a new benchmark for excellence,” Gavin Isaacs, president and chief executive of Scientific Games, said.
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