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cabinet design, with multiple new designs in the pipeline.”


Engineered from the ground up, the Dimension 49J incorporates a streamlined frame and custom merchandising options to deliver entertainment over a wide variety of potential placement areas on the casino floor. Te Dimension 49J’s custom- engineered button interface is contained within a lighted deck, with dual classic spin buttons and generous surface space for drinks, phones, and other personal effects. Additional player conveniences include a wireless smartphone charging pad, USB port, and built-in handbag hook.


Mr. Collela confirmed that Konami is continuing its recruitment drive to bring new talent to its games development division in 2020. “We have a great team here at Konami and we’re looking to bring in people with the skills to further enhance our product stream,” said Mr. Collela. “Konami Gaming is a relatively small company, but we have the R&D resources of the multi-billion conglomerate that is the Konami Group, which brings massive advantages. We are aggressively looking for new talent, adding to the development skills we need to expand and grow the business. We are hiring from every geography, whether that’s in Las Vegas, Japan or Australia, we are building out the team wherever we find the right talent.”


Greg Colella, Vice President, Product Management, Konami Gaming pictured at ICE 2020 with the new All Aboard in the Dimension 49J cabinet


Konami Gaming brings a new Dimension to the ICE show in London with the international debut of 49J


Konami Gaming brought a significant lineup of new cabinets and progressive series to ICE 2020, including Dragon’s Law SeleXion, Ba Fang Jin Bao, and Treasure Ball housed on its 4K Ultra High-Definition (UHD) machines, KX 43 and Concerto Opus. As part of its continuing support for core dual-screen cabinets, the company showcased over two dozen original themes on Concerto upright and Slant, from jackpot progressives to SeleXion multi-game compatible content


Te main evert on the Konami booth in London was the new Dimension 49J cabinet, offering high-end 4K entertainment across a 49ins. J-curve display. Complete with overhead signage and lighted LED chairbacks, Dimension 49J’s two unique All Aboard base games were confirmed for launch: Dynamite Dash and Piggy Pennies.


Speaking at ICE to Greg Colella, Vice President, Product Management, Konami Gaming, he


confirmed that the 49J has received GLI approvals for the upright cabinet design, with variations based on the original design currently in the works.


“Te first 49J installations are due to take place in North America by the end of February. It’s a signal to the industry that Konami has a premium product approved for the market in what will be a segmented roll-out. Te modular design of the cabinet allows us to add new variations to the


Te Konami roster at ICE 2020 included two specialty cabinets, each with relaxed slant top, dual spin buttons, dual cup holders, and an exceptional 4K game library. Konami’s 43-inch screen KX 43 and 65-inch screen Concerto Opus cabinets will showcase several of the industry’s highest performing slot series. Treasure Ball is a top new linked progressive, with the ability to offer a mix of base game options to players through SeleXion multi-game. ICE 2020 also includes the special release of Dragon’s Law SeleXion, which combines the popularity of Dragon’s Law Rapid Fever and Dragon’s Law Boosted in one machine. Inspired by the success of Konami’s classic Cai Lai Si Ji, an entirely new 4K linked progressive called Ba Fang Jin Bao has demonstrated success with flexible betting options and original base games. Tese ICE show highlights are available now across international markets.


“Tis year’s ICE lineup is a demonstration of Konami’s commitment to delivering today’s top games, while driving new innovation for the future of the casino floor,” said Eduardo Aching, Vice President, International Gaming Operations. “From the proven performance of Konami’s latest linked progressives, to creative advancements across the 49J cabinet, visitors experienced a range of leading entertainment.


“KX 43 and Opus are trusted Konami game cabinets, backed by a large library of successful game series. We are confident about the entertainment and performance these specialty slots deliver—spanning everything from compatible multi-game content to entirely new progressive mechanics. As KX 43 and Opus continue to gain global momentum, the new 49J is further expanding Konami’s high-end product offering by combining powerful games with premium merchandising options. Tis distinctive ‘J-curve’ machine empowers operators with greater options when outfitting their casino floor.”


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