G2E Las Vegas verdict from Konami

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The G2E show for Konami Gaming provided a platform to display what the company called “a competitive mix of casino games and systems technology.”


Konami said that last week’s show in Las Vegas saw over 100 countries represented at its large booth. They saw the latest version of the Synkros casino management system including Money Klip cashless technology and Konetic, the employee mobile app.

They were also able to try out the new Buzzr, land-based slots themed around the TV show. Other newcomers were America’s Rich Life, Great Guardians Link, Lucky Drums, China Shores Pagoda, Prize Strike and Mystical Temple Grand.

“Understanding the diverse circumstances of casino operators at this time and the need to deliver great business value today, Konami dedicated this G2E showcase to proven performing products and promising new advancements,” said the company’s Tom Jingoli. 

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“Between the demonstrated reliability of the Dimension line of cabinets, the popularity of Konami’s latest progressive series, the tested success of Synkros and the growth of Konami products in expanding sectors, Konami is driving strong results across wide-ranging markets, which we want to make a reality for as many of our customers as possible.”

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