Casino Technology hit a home run with the TOWER COMBO™!

The release of the new TOWER™ slant top slot machine with 43” vertical monitor was a clear winner at the ICE 2017 in London. The first ever released in that format multigame set with 40 games was amongst the most admired products at the show. TOWER™ will be soon installed on several gaming floors in Europe and South America. TOWER™ is a successor of the first slot machine with vertical curved monitor, SENSA II™.

The new TOWER™ slot machine with its unique look and design, amazing rich multimedia animations presented on the vertical 4K monitor, received the recognition of the operators as one of the most distinct and innovative products during ICE 2017. Complemented by the patent pending optional COMBO™ concept, allowing simultaneous transfer of credit between landbased and online players’ accounts in an omnichannel environment, this was the ultimate novelty showcasing omnichannel in action.

The winning combination of great math models of the 40 games in the TOWER™ multigame series, crisp full high resolution picture and unique soundtracks of each of the game, were the definite choice of the operators visiting Casino Technology’s stand.

Casino Technology proved one more time its innovative thinking after the revolutionary release in 2013 of the first of its kind slot machine with a vertical curved monitor, SENSA II™, followed by the release of the Bally’s WAVE slot machine. Now, the TOWER COMBO™ is arriving to bring new level of entertainment and deliver the next level of gaming experience to the players.

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