American casino games and management systems innovator Konami Gaming Incorporated has announced that it will be utilizing next week’s Global Gaming Expo (G2E) to introduce a broad selection of new titles, cabinets and technologies.
The Las Vegas-headquartered firm used an official Tuesday press release to detail that the three-day G2E is set to kick off from October 15 inside the giant Sands Expo and Convention Center and will see it premiere a new slot cabinet featuring a 49-inch ultra high-definition curved display designed especially for linked progressive games.
Tom Jingoli, Executive Vice-President and Chief Commercial Officer for Konami Gaming Incorporated, used the press release to declare that this fresh cabinet is to be debuted featuring his firm’s All Aboard launch series complete ‘with top-quality merchandising options including custom chairs and pod filler displays’. He stated that the new advance will moreover be the first to offer a for-wager slot version of the Silent Hill video game with both titles leveraging ‘thrilling scenes, sounds and characters’ from the developer’s ‘recognized entertainment legacy.”
Read a statement from Jingoli…
“This cabinet is a striking combination of sleek entertainment, premium packaging and player comfort backed by a rich library of original titles. Everything including its shape, screens, betting surface and available merchandising has been engineered to maximize both player experience and operational results. This latest cabinet is a first glimpse at great things to come from Konami Gaming Incorporated.”
The firm explained that the Las Vegas extravaganza is to also see it premiere a new collection of games for its big-screen Opus cabinet alongside six fresh linked progressive titles for its KX 43 counterpart. Konami pronounced that the original games for this latter cabinet are ‘filled with must-see play mechanics’ and will include the Asia-inspired Fortune Mint advance with its ‘mix of custom merchandizing options, designed to maximize appeal and performance.’
Jingoli’s statement read…
“Our customers can expect to see a strong collection of KX 43 game content, much of which is available now or in the immediate months to come. From the eye-catching adventure of Ba Fang Jin Bao to brand extensions like Chili Chili Fire Boosted Wins and Wilds, KX 43 caters to players with a variety of engaging entertainment.”
Furthermore, Konami Gaming Incorporated proclaimed that it additionally intends to run a series of live demonstrations at G2E to show off the benefits of its new SynkConnect mobile app and Synk Vision facial recognition advances. The Nevada firm described both of these solutions for its Synkros casino management system as ‘cardless’ advances that have been designed to offer players the ability to enjoy ‘targeted offers, rewards and communications without the need for a traditional player loyalty car.’
Read Jingoli’s statement…
“Synkros is delivering next-generation player tracking technology with leading-edge solutions like Synk Vision. Rather than requiring players to manually sign up or use a player’s tracking card, it uses facial recognition to identify, rate and reward all players regardless whether they are members of the established player loyalty program. Synk Vision allows operators to automatically capture a 360-degree view of all ‘carded’ and ‘uncarded’ play activity for the first time.”
As if all of this wasn’t enough, Konami Gaming Incorporated stated that G2E attendees will moreover be able to check out the new Synk31 anti-money laundering (AML) innovation for its Synkros casino management system. It proclaimed that this fresh advance further ‘demonstrates [its] commitment to advancing industry technology’ by giving authorized administrators the ability ‘to electronically gather, track, review, complete and deliver all AML requirements with robust near real-time results.’
Read the statement from Jingoli…
“Our aim is empowering operators with exceptional entertainment to reach and engage today’s players and beyond. We are actively leveraging a combination of top technology, talent, design and development to deliver a host of new products at this year’s event through the immediate years to come.”