Casino Technology showcases gaming products at ICE

Provider Casino Technology displayed a range of convergent online and offline gaming solutions at this year's ICE Totally Gaming show in London.

On show were five of the firm's "most innovative systems", designed to enable land-based businesses to offer the same gaming experience both online and offline.

These included casino management system Rhino, the Leopard online gaming platform and universal jackpot server Buffalo.

Also on display was the Asian-themed Peacock & Dragon progressive link games series and the Elephant remote game server.

“In general we can conclude that the expo enabled us to penetrate deeper into the online gaming segment, offering a whole new dimension of possibilities for operators along with new grounds for expansion for Casino Technology" said i-gaming director Konrad Gill.

Alongside its existing cabinet lines such as Aurora, Sensa and Tangra II, the firm introduced to the industry its Arch cabinet, which was presented to selected customers during a VIP presentation.

“This new gaming machine retains all the benefits our customers are accustomed to, but packed in a brand new, fascinating design utilising the hottest technological solutions which are on demand amongst the audience nowadays," said Sonia Nikolova, business development director.

Also on show was Trinity, a multi-game, multi-player system which combines roulette, video slots and horse racing.


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