Novomatic is among the first of the big suppliers to release an overview of G2E that took place in Las Vegas last week.
The Austrian-based supplier was among a cast of virtually all of the global gaming industry’s major players at the first G2E in two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
A huge display by Novomatic span its full portfolio of hardware, content and systems for both land-based casinos and VGT operators, plus new concepts in sports betting retail technology and online gaming solutions.
“It was an inspiring show,” commented the company in an official release. It had used its progressives offer as the centrepiece of its display with Ultra Boost Link introduced to the considerable audience in Vegas for the expo.
New signage surmounted the fresh products and notably the new titles such as Thunder Cash Link, the multi-level progressives in the Panthera Curve 1.43 cabinet. The Power Prizes family of games was given prominence.
The ETG sector saw new jackpot features for the Novo Line Unity II platform and products for the VGT markets came in a variety of cabinets, game mixes and system solutions for several North American jurisdictions.
The interactive division partnered with Golden Nugget Online Gaming for its debut in the US market and offered a range of premium content.
With sports betting now so important in the US, the Novomatic ActionBook self-service kiosk was popular as it is already extensively used in North America.
Rick Meitzler, CEO Novomatic Americas, commented: “The customer redsponse at the show has confirmed our high expectations for our new sports betting kiosks. We think the versatile ActionBook Mini will change the sports betting kiosk landscape.”