Casino Technology to showcase new game packs at BEGE Expo

Casino Technology has revealed that it will showcase a number of brand new game packs at the 10th anniversary edition of BEGE Expo in Sofia, Bulgaria.

The company has developed and will release a new game package called Gorilla Wheel, including six titles with advanced and original multilevel progressive jackpots.

Tower 101, the game pack which was designed to be consistent with the preferences of the industry in Eastern Europe and the Balkans has been updated with new games and the new version Tower 102 will be unveiled at BEGE. Both game sets are offered with the Tower Slant Top slot machine.

Casino Technology's multigame package the Speed King will be showcased with the contemporary slot machine Ez Modulo. It is an entirely new game pack with 60 HD titles with high quality graphics, developed especially for the game set. The Speed King consists of 30 globally re-known and preferred titles of Casino Technology and 30 conceptually new games.

Also included at BEGE will be a new ready to deploy version of Gamopolis Speedway, version 74 which offers an opportunity to enhance the performance of the thousands of Casino Technology's classic cabinets of Aurora, installed in locations all over the world.

Biser Bojanov, Regional Director for Bulgaria at Casino Technology: “After the success of the first series of 70 to 73, now Gamopolis Speedway 74 will speed up with enhanced performance and more exciting gaming features.”

Last but not least, more than 100 of the most played and sought after Casino Technology's titles in HTML5 will be presented through the Elephant Remote Game Server. The Elephant is part of the big 5 suite of systems that will be showed at a special online hub on the company's stand 3.11.

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