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ICE 2019 REVIEW


touch button panel. Allegro is sleek, curvy and is gaming entertainment ‘made in Germany’ that gives an exciting new dimension to the Merkur Gaming product range. Brand new at ICE was the launch of the Merkur Roulette. This is the product of the recently concluded Strategic Technology Alliance between Merkur Gaming and Spintec of Slovenia. Built in Merkur style and of the highest quality the Merkur Roulette is a premium product that marks the Gauselmann Group’s proud entry into the multiplayer electronic table games market. Given its own dedicated space on the ICE booth the Merkur Roulette 8-player unit attracted both visitor attention and praise in equal measure and was an undoubted star of the show in its own right. Another brand new development was the announcement that the UK Gauselmann subsidiary Blueprint Games is to enter the UK casino market with a range of B1 category games that, immediately post-ICE, would go on location trial with some of the UK’s leading casino operators.


Online gaming specialists edict egaming presented a new set of HTML5 table games at this year’s ICE. In the past edict already had a strong passion for the details of classic casino games due to the company’s long history with land-based casinos in Germany. In 2019, aside from several roulette and blackjack versions, the company launched Sic Bo and Craps also. Edict also added significantly to their online games portfolio. Additionally, edict is expanding into new markets, as well as carefully watching the regulatory scene in Europe. A new data centre will soon enhance the gaming experience for players in South and Latin America.


INTERBLOCK


external generators on the casino floor. It delivers more hands per hour, with a variety of table game content available from one seat and has the ability to switch to an automated or video gaming space when live dealers are not present. The award-winning StarBar bar top demonstrated its ability to connect to the live Stadium games. The StarBar allows players to interact with up to four different games simultaneously on one play station without having to cash out or change machines. A variety of games are available including craps, blackjack, multi-hand blackjack, roulette, video poker and more.


SPINTEC I


CE Totally Gaming turned into a great success for Spintec. The company showcased their two product lines, Aura amphitheatre solution and Karma compact gaming solution, and a new product line, Merkur ETG which is a result of a new strategical and technology partnership with Merkur Gaming. New Merkur ETGs powered by Spintec were presented for the first time in London at the Merkur booth. Spintec presented a broadened game selection; on top of already-


developed games like Roulette, Sic Bo, Craps and Baccarat, they added one more game to the game portfolio: Blackjack. They’ve put together a game full of exciting functionalities that are flexible and can be adaptable for every casino floor separately. Receiving positive feedback from the market, especially for the five additional side bets, confirmed Spintec made a great job. The company is excited to launch their new game onto the market. For Spintec, ICE was also an opportunity to meet with their valuable


customers and with most of the distributors. Also, meeting distributors and after hearing their positive foresight on the individual markets, made Spintec even more optimistic for 2019. Spintec has renewed agreements with most of their distributors; the greatest potential for further market growth this year is definitely in Australia. ICE proved to be a great success for Spintec again this year, and they were delighted with many visitors to the stand.


IGT I T


he highlight of Interblock’s booth was the much-anticipated Universal Cabinet, a standalone unit with slot-like hardware designed to support a variety of games. Available in both video and


automated formats, the product demonstrated craps, roulette, blackjack and baccarat games and its ability to connect to external Interblock generators. Universal Cabinet is revolutionary to the gaming industry and will change the way a typical casino floor is configured. Interblock’s Diamond Stadium was configured with three of its dealer


assist tables delivering multi- hand blackjack, roulette and craps while also demonstrating its video options of multi-hand blackjack, baccarat, craps and roulette. The Diamond Stadium gives unlimited flexibility to operators and can accommodate any footprint while also connecting to


GT’s stand offered hundreds of solutions reflecting the company’s commitment to developing


market-attuned gaming experiences for its gaming, lottery and digital customers from around the world. IGT’s core video portfolio


continues to be a beacon of strength for the company and will be a key area of focus within its expansive ICE portfolio. After establishing a robust internal and external performance testing process, IGT continues to create in-demand core video games for international markets. IGT demonstrated how its Money Strike bolt-on progressive and IncrediBell! tournament solution can be leveraged to optimise investments in IGT hardware. The company also introduced a range of core video titles for the single-display, 4K CrystalCurve cabinet such as Coin O’Mania, Golden Jungle Grand and Ocean Magic Grand. Market-attuned, low-line, high- volatility video games such as Brilliant Wilds, Mystery Fruits and Triple Red Hot 7 Strike are additional must-see games in IGT’s stand. These exciting


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