Konami Gaming will be taking a range of video slot cabinets, games series, core content and casino systems technology to this year's G2E.
Visitors to the company's stand will get the chance to see titles for the Opus cabinet, linked progressives for the KX 43, and the debut of a new video slot cabinet, with launch series including All Aboard and Silent Hill.
Also demonstrated will be the company's Synkros Synk Vision facial recognition technology and the KX 43 cabinet, which features two debut base games, mystery multipliers, symbol-driven jackpots and six unique linked progressives.
“Konami’s aim is empowering operators with exceptional entertainment to reach and engage today’s players and beyond,” said Tom Jingoli, executive vice president and chief commercial officer at Konami Gaming.
“We are actively leveraging a combination of top technology, talent, design, and development to deliver a host of new products at this year’s event, through the immediate years to come.”