Multi-player automated casino games specialist Interblock took a full portfolio of products to the G2E show that it called “one of the most important shows in history.”
CEO John Connelly (pictured) said that the Covid-affected industry had seen a significant shift during the pandemic.
He said: “Increased challenges with labour force and operational efficiencies have driven an unprecedented acceleration within the electronic table games (ETG) segment. We are investing heavily in new forms of technology designed to meet this demand, achieving increased handle and house advantage while reducing operating expenses.”
The company showed its Stadium product at the Las Vegas exhibition, demonstrating its modularity and scalability. The latest addition to it is the Pulse Arena providing an immersive gaming destination designed to attract new players.
Other products on show including Interblock’s Live Craps table, its full-feature Global Version software, a new Universal Cabinet and finally the Golden Ball Roulette and Lucky Ball Roulette on both MiniStar and Universal Cabinet products.