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G2E PREVIEW


A transformative year for AGS – with more to come


The company has acquired Cadillac Jack, entered the social gaming space and plans to bring a huge array of gaming product, including their renowned table gaming innovations, to G2E where you can find them on booth 2256


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015 has proven to be another transformative year for AGS as it continued to accelerate growth opportunities through strategic acquisitions and greater product


diversification. The company’s table games division experienced monumental success. Through internal development and external acquisitions, AGS has grown its table games division to include products which touch all areas of the floor: premium poker titles, blackjack side bets and variations, baccarat side bets and variations, craps side bets, roulette variations and utility devices. This growth has been no small task, considering the company entered the table games market just a little over a year ago. In its slot segment, AGS bolstered the depth of its


portfolio with the acquisition of Cadillac Jack in June, creating a powerful combination of complementary products, services, and talent. Most recently, AGS entered into the social gaming space with the addition of RocketPlay, a renowned developer of online and mobile games, and dubbed its new segment AGS Interactive. With such an eventful year, customers visiting AGS’ booth at G2E this year can expect to see the strongest and most diverse product lineup in the company’s history. Making its G2E debut for AGS will be Bonus Spin Blackjack. This is a one-of-a-kind blackjack side bet where players have two ways to win: 1) if there is an Ace in the first two cards, players are paid even money or 2) if a blackjack is dealt, the player will press a button which spins a virtual wheel to win various amounts of money or a unique prize. AGS will showcase the Count’s Kustoms version of the game at G2E, which is based on the popular History Channel show, Counting Cars, and offers players the chance to win a custom car, truck, or motorcycle. The company plans to offer other branded versions of Bonus Spin Blackjack in the future. Another highlight of the show is High Card Flush,


where players are dealt seven cards and compete against the dealer to create the longest flush possible. The game also offers two optional bonus wagers with big payouts: the Flush Bonus and Straight Flush Bonus. High Card Flush is easy to learn and play for both experienced and new players.


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AGS is excited to showcase its roulette utility


device, appropriately dubbed The Tornado, at this year’s G2E. The Tornado enhances player interaction by allowing the player to control the spin of the roulette ball - something never before seen on the casino floor. When a player presses the button on the remote ball activation device, a signal is sent to a control unit which releases the ball into the roulette wheel through a chute. The necessary hardware can easily and quickly be installed over any traditional 32” roulette wheel. Since there is no need for the dealer to manually introduce the ball to the roulette wheel, human error is eliminated and a truly perfect and secure spin is guaranteed every time. This also allows the dealer to spend more time interacting with players and to keep an eye on the table. In its slot segment, AGS will feature its new ICON slot cabinet, which boasts a thin profile along with new lighting and improved sound for a truly immersive player experience. The cabinet will house the company’s core video content, including two new games, Golden Wins and Tiger! Tiger!, which are aimed at fans of the high-volatility, big-win style of slot machines. AGS Interactive is currently integrating its popular slot content on to RocketPlay’s flagship product, Lucky Play Casino, and is excited to reach a whole new audience through a whole new platform.


G2E 2015 is a highly anticipated event for AGS as the company aims to show customers and competitors that they are a serious player and a force to be reckoned with in the gaming industry.


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