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APEX GAMING – ICE PREVIEW


New innovations from APEX GAMING see the best jackpot solution at


ICE 2020 Probably the most complete jackpot solution the gaming industry has ever seen – find out more on stand S6-310


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019 was a fruitful year for APEX, especially Clover Link games. This success was an incentive for us to take the gaming to the next level. This year we are going to show the newest Jackpot Solutions, single and multigame platforms.


Currently we are offering 12 different multiple


bank variations. As APEX want to give our clients the best optimised solutions, further research, development and evolutions are in progress. During the ICE show we will show brand new Island variations and concepts. On top of that we will have a big surprise for the visitors.


Another major point: CLOVER LINK has transformed from a single-game to jackpot solution with several different game and edition selections. These games all offer unique features in a four-level jackpot that can be both mystery and progress jackpots, thus motivating all types of players to take part. The beauty of CLOVER LINK is that it is available in


different island solutions and each with a choice of different Pinnacle slot machines. The BIG-ISLAND consists of eight slots in an eclipse design, the ROUND-EDITION has four slots in a circular design. The WALL-EDITION and the SLIM-EDITION are the most flexible, as they can be expanded to as many slots as the customer requires. ICE 2020 will give us the possibilities to introduce our


newest Jackpot Solutions and Multi-Game-Platforms. We are going to show the latest Slot developments and concepts. From the Hardware side, the screen choice is amazing: the 43” Pinnacle Premium Curved, the Pinnacle Black Series with two 24” monitors or the Pinnacle Premium Curved with three 27” monitors. APEX gaming prides itself of its strength in depth of its gaming portfolio. The large stand is necessary to house all these solutions. These include the individual Pinnacle slots and the APEX PLAYER STATION (APS) electronic roulette. This expandable solution can be linked to up to four roulette wheels (both live and/or electronic) and operators can include the existing and latest EVO Platform on it.


APEX gaming is the pioneer for cash 60 FEBRUARY 2020


handling at live gaming tables as the iDROP has proven. The iDROP enables players to exchange their cash or tickets for jetons directly at the live gaming table. Cashing out is simple as the amount is paid out in ticket form by the iDROP. The integrated touchscreen makes it simple to use for croupiers and the fact that it is linked to the management system gives management complete control of the drop. The iDROP family has been extended with the iDROPe and the iDROPs, which is the latest addition. It can manage 250 bills (and tickets) at one time at a validation rate of up to six per second, making it ideal when players sit at a table with a large number of bills. It also provides the casino the option to use the iDROPs to exchange a large number of bills for one Tito ticket, meaning the game is not stopped for large buy-ins and hands per hour increases. “The popularity of CLOVER LINK has exceeded all


expectations,” explains Kubilay Özer, Global Sales Director at APEX gaming. He concluded: “It has become a must-have as it is a magnet for players who really enjoy the CLOVER LINK games. The key point is that CLOVER LINK has proven its popularity over time. Please come and see us at ICE and see how we are taking gaming and floor average to the next level.”


APEX gaming is exhibiting at stand # S6-310 at ICE


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