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Stakelogic’s movie titles looking to Skyrocket


Stakelogic was at ICE launching online slot games based on big-name movie franchises like Te Expendables, Rambo and Hercules, after partnering with film and media brand rights entity Skyrocket Entertainment


Te first slot to launch will combine Te Expendables brand with Big Time Gaming’s Megaways mechanic, which Stakelogic has licensed from the game developer. Tis is Stakelogic’s first play in the branded slot market with the developer coming out swinging with three of the biggest movie entertainment brands in the


nanoStream Cloud – the backstage star of low latency live video streaming


At ICE 2020, nanocosmos presented the new Adaptive Bitrate (ABR) support to its nanoStream Cloud including nanoStream H5Live Player for interactive live streaming with ultra-low latency


nanoStream Cloud is a unique ultra-low-latency (ULL) solution to deliver live games at an extremely quick rate. Whether it be live casino,


world. Te Expendables Megaways launched just after the show on February 20 with the rest in the series coming later in the year.


Stephan van den Oetelaar, CEO of Stakelogic, said: “We are excited to enhance our game portfolio with our first series of branded slots. “We have secured some of the biggest brands in the movie world which simply would not have been possible without partnering with Skyrocket.”


“We have some incredible things planned for these brands and look forward to launching Expendables Megaways next month.”


Sean O’Kelly, Skyrocket CEO, said: “We are delighted to be working with Stakelogic, a fast moving and exciting company. Teir talented team bring the energy and creativity to deliver epic games – which is the perfect fit for Skyrocket and our global film brands.”


betting or esports, players can enjoy these games wherever they may be. With a video transmission delay of around 1 second, ULL live streaming from nanocosmos can be enjoyed on any device.


Following the recent launch of its transcoding feature, nanocosmos introduced the new ABR support for its unique nanoStream H5Live Player, included in nanoStream Cloud. Trough the ABR support, gaming platforms and operators are now able to send streams with different video qualities and the H5Live Player will decide which of them to play, to accommodate the network situations and avoid buffering and frame drops.


Tis means audience and players around the globe will watch the best stream for their internet


connection, avoiding interruptions and creating a better experience. nanoStream Cloud is simple to integrate as a white label product with no additional streaming server or infrastructure required and a live camera source can easily be connected to nanoStream Cloud. Alongside nanoStream H5Live Player, nanoStream Cloud also includes nanoStream ULL CDN - a global Content Delivery Network for live video streams; optional transcoding services, and nanoStream Analytics for valuable data insights and improved quality of service which now includes all data referring to the new ABR. It is highly secure and extremely fast thanks to the combination of software, cloud services and player that together shape a robust and easy-to-use live streaming solution.


Innovative Technology show ICU devices and Spectral to ICE


Over-flowing with new products, Innovative Technology’s booth proved an excellent platform for the leader in cash validation to preview their Spectral range and ICU age verification and facial recognition devices


“Since the introduction of ICU age verification in 2019 we have been developing the product and can now offer facial recognition technology,” explained Marcus Tiedt, Sales Director at Innovative Technology. “ICU uses artificial intelligence and ITL’s own algorithms to instantly verify age and the next iteration of ICU can now identify faces. ICU Age Verification can therefore ensure compliance to prevent underage gambling and safeguard children, while ICU Facial Recognition can allow operators to identify VIPs and those who have willingly self-excluded or have been excluded.”


ICU boasts a high level of accuracy with a proven 96 per cent success rate in detecting under 18’s compared to a human accuracy rate of 69 per cent. “We have been in the industry 27 years so supporting responsible gambling and ensuring player protection is imperative and should be a key part of any corporate social responsibility strategy – with ICU we can help customers implement this important policy,” added Dayna


P96 NEWSWIRE / INTERACTIVE / MARKET DATA Zytronic showcases its


‘floating’ buttons Zytronic was at ICE showcasing a sleek slot machine simulator, introducing two capabilities enabling game designers to create immersive experiences for players


Dayna Patterson, Marketing Manager Zytronic’s Ian Crosby


Patterson, Marketing Manager at Innovative Technology.


Elsewhere on the stand, visitors were shown the advantages of using Spectral Technology when validating and recycling cash. Spectral Payout – a state-of-the-art recycler – handles high volume applications which require multiple- denomination recycling at fast speeds. Te advanced version of the SMART Payout offers an 80-note recycling capacity which can store and recycle all denominations from a given currency helping to float levels more efficiently and keep machines operational. Using Spectral Technology, it has the added benefit of complete note image capture to authenticate banknote validity and protect against fraudulent and stained notes.


Te first new capability, ‘floating’ LED lighting, is featured on the unit’s main 55-inch touch sensor. Te LEDs are connected and powered invisibly via a proprietary method embedded on the rear of the sensor within the viewable area of the display. Tis technology, also on the virtual button deck, combines ‘floating’ mechanical buttons with multi- touch technology. To further demonstrate Zytronic’s expertise in glass and in-house processing capabilities, the slot simulator has tactile features machined into the surface of the button deck. Tis second new capability shows how game designers can combine physical and digital technology to guide player’s fingertips across the touchscreen to ensure their eyes remain firmly focused on the gameplay happening on the main screen.


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