Casino equipment maker and lottery services provider Scientific Games Corp has announced the release of TwinStar 3RM, its latest product under the TwinStar video slot product range.
The new stepper cabinet incorporates “classic mechanical three-reel game play with the excitement of top monitor graphics for an all-encompassing player experience,” the firm said in a Monday press release.
TwinStar 3RM also includes 3D graphics, special lighting features and a multi-channel sound package.
“Our TwinStar slot cabinet family is at the forefront of innovation and we are thrilled to add a stepper option to augment our offerings,” Scientific Games group chief executive of gaming, Derik Mooberry, said in a statement included in the release.
According to Scientific Games, the TwinStar 3RM supports content from both Bally and WMS gaming brands.
The cabinet includes a large version of the firm’s iDeck multi-touch button panel for “heightened player interaction”, a USB charging port for mobile devices and an optional handle mechanism for additional player interaction.
The TwinStar 3RM cabinet is launching with games ‘Fu Dao Le’ and ’88 Fortunes’.
According to Scientific Games, the cabinet is already approved for placement in multiple jurisdictions throughout North America and internationally. The company’s release did not specify whether the product was already approved for deployment in any Asian jurisdiction.
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