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G2E 2019 REVIEW SPINTEC “S


pintec presented at one of the industry’s largest trade shows, G2E Las Vegas 2019, and once again


proved itself a leading Electronic Table Games supplier. Operators were impressed by Spintec’s outstanding performance at the show and showed a great interest in its innovative gaming solutions, which stand out from the market and anticipate customer needs. Spintec’s unique gaming solutions meet the most demanding operators’ requests. The operators particularly appreciate Spintec’s adaptability which means that its gaming solutions can be designed for any casino floor and can be adapted to the local market’s jurisdictions. This year’s highlight was definitely Multigame gaming solutions, Spintec’s Aura product line, ideal for multigame amphitheatre setups that combine automated, virtual and live table games into a seamless multigame experience. In addition to amphitheatre solutions, visitors also had the opportunity to experience Spintec’s core product and the company’s best-seller, Karma GEN2 Automated Roulette. The G2E Las Vegas show was an ideal


haunted streets of Silent Hill. Over the course of his journey, players encounter zombies and battle towering monsters for the chance at instant credit awards. During the Stay & Spin Bonus Game, players can fill the screen with credit prize symbols to win one of five jackpot awards. Return is led by young heroine Heather


Mason who takes on the haunted city to avenge the death of her adopted father. As she tries to find her way through the fog, strange spirits randomly meander across the primary reels, awakening symbol-driven bonus opportunities whenever they fall upon the “Silent Hill” symbol. Also of note is Ocean Spin, an original linked progressive series, available exclusively on Horizon 49J. It showcases synchronised animation effects, spanning into the topper and across multiple game cabinets. Throughout primary play, bubbles of potential bonus opportunities float the screens of every connected machine. During attract mode, all cabinets become enveloped in an underwater seascape of fluorescent coral reefs, butterflyfish, and even a mermaid. The bonus games are beautifully done and incorporating the bonus across the machine bank is highly effective.


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opportunity for Spintec and its distributors to meet business partners from around the world and discuss future plans. Spintec would also like to thank all visitors who took the time to visit its stand during the show. Once again Spintec has shown that its


products are valued by hundreds of operators in the global gaming market. Confirming that the company is moving in the right direction – delivering a superb gaming experience for the operators and their players. It has been a very successful year for the company and Spintec is very confident in maintaining the company’s growth in the future.


Another successful expo


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ew American Gaming Association (AGA) President/CEO Bill Miller welcomed several hundred to the opening session


of his first G2E. Miller has traveled worldwide since joining the AGA last January and interacted with dozens of industry leaders and government officials. As the former Senior Vice President of


Washington D.C.’s Business Round Table, Miller worked with hundreds of top American executives. He believes that American gaming enjoys greater influence and employment than many, including the U.S. airline industry. Looking ahead, Miller aims to modernize the AGA business model. Record earnings this year have totaled $75


billion, creating an overall $261 billion economic impact. Taxes from gaming revenue and two million gaming-related jobs reached $9 billion. Seven million Americans will legally bet on NFL games at land-based sportsbooks-a 20 percent increase over last year.


Miller has three priorities for 2020:  Get sports betting operation right since first impressions matter. Washington, D.C. now has sports betting, easing lawmakers’ evaluations.  Emphasize the importance of sports betting’s code of responsibility in advertising and marketing while creating vital alliances. There are more than 50 commercial partnerships already in place.  Use gaming and sports betting to generate public support and increase political influence. Currently, 68 percent of Americans live within 50 miles of a casino.


Thanks to a steadily eroding illegal sports betting market, Miller projects legal sports betting’s annual growth could reach $216 billion by 2025.


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everal companies presented their versions of a “resort wallet” technology that maximizes convenience and processing.


For many, customers utilize their player cards property wide through easy enrollment.


ACS PLAYON PlayOn cashless gaming prevents table game and slot players from leaving to get cash. Using any debit card, without fees, PlayOn debits require only pin numbers to withdraw cash.





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