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G2E PREVIEW


Sci Games’ 360º solutions will power your gaming world


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Williams, and WMS branded products in the same booth for the first time. Check out stand 1126 to see where the magic happens


isitors to Scientific Games booth #1126 at the 2015 Global Gaming Expo (G2E) will experience how the company can power the gaming world as a leading supplier of the


industry’s top gaming devices, table products, systems and interactive solutions, and lottery business products and solutions. For the first time at G2E, Scientific Games


will exhibit its Bally, Barcrest, Shuffle Master, Williams, and WMS branded products in the same booth. The 26,000-square-foot multi- level exhibit will feature products from the company’s gaming, lottery, and interactive divisions, and highlight the end-to-end solutions for gaming and lottery customers around the world. The company aims to showcase why it is better-equipped than any supplier to address the increasing convergence of land-based, online, social, and lottery entertainment solutions. “We are uniquely positioned as the provider of the industry’s most robust solution suite to offer our customers more brands, more solutions, and more possibilities to excite their players,” said Gavin Isaacs, President and Chief Executive Officer for Scientific Games. “Our customer partners will see how we can power their gaming and lottery world with our innovative products to help grow their business as we strive to be their partner of choice.”


Delivers Diverse Content from Bally and WMS A highlight of the company’s slot offerings will be the new TwinStar cabinet, which features dual, vivid, 24-inch full HD displays and debuts the new ArgOS state-of-the-art operating platform that combines the best technology from both Bally and WMS. This for-sale cabinet supports Bally- and WMS- branded content. Scientific Games’


TwinStar Cabinet innovators have also developed 72 SEPTEMBER 2015


exclusive new game titles for TwinStar to take advantage of the processing power of this trailblazing new platform. Game themes include player-favorite Bally and WMS brands such as Gold Fish, Quick Hit, Kronos, and Zeus, along with exciting new games like Quick Shot, Steam Dream, and Hot Blooded. TwinStar also builds on the award-winning iDeck button deck by offering a 40-percent larger area for player interaction. TwinStar’s 22- inch full HD digital topper will be offered in two distinctive styles. Both versions include chrome details, improved sound, and edge lighting, adding beauty and excitement to casino floors.


Hit Licensed Brands


At G2E 2014, Scientific


Games announced a partnership with Playboy and global music superstar Pitbull. This year, the company introduces Playboy Don’t Stop the Party!, a progressive video slot featuring Playboy Playmates and Pitbull on the ALPHA 2 Pro Theater cabinet with a Pro Sound Chair. The game will entertain players


with three hit songs from Pitbull, popular play mechanics, and a five-level progressive jackpot, including a life-changing wide-area progressive award on the Bally Cash Connection link that is sure to heat up casino floors. The incomparable Cher performs five of her most popular hits in the CHER Live video slot, which will be featured at G2E 2015 on the Pro Series V22/32 platform with a Pro Sound Chair. A Concert Wheel Bonus awards credits and five Free Games bonuses: Believe, Turn Back Time, It’s in His Kiss, All or Nothing, and Strong Enough. With hit songs, a variety of


popular play mechanics, and a huge progressive award, this game gives players the chance to become the ultimate fan.


12 Proprietary Table Games and Trailblazing New Shuffler DJ Wild Stud Poker headlines an array of 12


Shuffle Master proprietary table games that include Fortune Asia Poker, Flushes Gone Wild, Picture Perfect and an assortment of blackjack side bets that feature an automatic dealer tipping feature. DJ Wild is a player-vs-dealer poker game with five wild cards: four deuces and one joker. Scientific Games will showcase several


Shuffle Master progressive table games incorporating its enhanced Game Manager 2 software and Nexus Command hardware. The Company’s Shuffle Master shuffler segment will feature the Safe-Bacc, a machine that combines a shuffler and card-reading shoe into one device to increase game speed and improve security on baccarat tables. Also on display will be the i-Deal Plus, the DeckMate2, and the utility products i-Score Plus and the Chip Star sorter for roulette.


Innovative Electronic Table Systems (ETS)


Headlining the ETS segment this year will be a


new game available: Tablemaster Fusion – Playboy Bonus Blackjack. This one-of-a-kind blackjack game features the first-ever licensed brand ETS product that incorporates a community “slot-like” bonus round and highlights the beauty of four Playboy Playmate dealers. The Tablemaster Fusion line uses a high- definition, 75-inch 4K display for the attractive virtual dealers as well as 22-inch widescreen player terminals with touchscreen


betting, enhanced graphics, and multiple side bets.


booth will see company show Bally, Barcrest, Shuffle Master,


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