SHIFT Interactive, a division of gaming technology supplier Suzo-Happ Group, and international casino operator MGM Resorts International have signed a multi-year agreement for the supply of SHIFT’s new InteractivePro Table.
A total of 20 InteractivePro Tables were installed last month at two of MGM Resorts Las Vegas’ casinos – MGM Grand and The Mirage – for the initial market-testing phase.
The InteractivePro Table offers a 10-point multi-touch experience suitable for a wide range of applications, including television, video and interactive entertainment. Each InteractivePro Table allows up to four user screens at the same time.
“We have invested a great amount of effort in reaching the younger demographic and we believe that including the InteractivePro Table in our strategic initiatives will revolutionise how generation X and Y experience MGM properties,” Tom Mikulich, senior vice president of business development for MGM Resorts, said in a statement. “If all goes to plan, we are looking at additional units across multiple MGM properties in the next year,” he added.
The announcement did not clarify whether MGM Resorts is seeking to bring the InteractivePro Table to casino hotel MGM Macau, its only casino property in Asia.
The InteractivePro Table was originally developed for the Australian sports betting and wagering market, allowing players to watch sports and access their betting accounts while at the table, SHIFT Interactive said.
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