Novomatic ready for G2E Asia
Novomatic will once again be participating at this year’s G2E Asia expo at the Venetian Macao.
Taking place on May 22-24, the show will feature an array of Novomatic’s market-specific and international products.
The new Super-V+ Gaminator III cabinet will be presented in Macau as part of a Rise of the Dragon jackpot installation with a selection of the latest single games, Garden of Fortune, Golden Scarabs II, Gorilla and Wild Alaska. Extra wide screens provide an in-depth gaming experience, the Austrian company said, adding that its elegant style and design make it an attractive cabinet for any casino floor.
A casino promotion special at the event will be the Novomatic Reel Tournament, offering a competitive gaming edge and a powerful marketing tool for the slot floor. In Macau, the Reel Tournament display will be connected to a bank of Super-V+ Gaminator III machines with the special tournament multigame mix T1.
On a bank of Novostar SL2 slant tops, meanwhile, Novomatic will show a variety of game specials, including the market-specific Asian Super-V+ Gaminator mix A2, a selection of the latest single games, as well as the Premium-V+ Gaminator multigame mix comprising a total of 41 games.
Another area of the company’s booth will be dedicated to its extensive range of electronic live games. On a bank of Novostar SL1 slant top terminals, visitors will be able to experience fully animated virtual versions of blackjack, baccarat, bingo, Poker 3, Caribbean poker, Texas Hold’em poker and sic bo, as well as Novo Multi-Roulette and a selection of slot games – all available on each o fthe connected player terminals.
Also on display will be Octavian’s modular and ‘tuneable’ casino management system, ACP. The system’s add-on functionality includes profit calculation, TITO, cashless and player loyalty and has already proved to be an attractive ‘package solution,’ the company said.
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As a result of the poor market situation in Macau, SJM Holdings’ gaming revenue fell 8.8 per cent in 2014 to HK$79.2bn (US$10.2bn), while net profit fell 12.7 per cent to HK$6.73bn.
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