Konami gets ready for PGS

Konami will showcase a broad library of the latest video slots and progressives at the 2018 Peru Gaming Show.

Peru.- Konami Gaming, Inc. announced an expansive line-up of the latest video slot themes and base games to be showcased at this year’s Peru Gaming Show at Lima’s Jockey Exposition Center, June 20th to 21st. Concerto™ Crescent™, Smash Smash Festival™, Star Watch, Cai Lai Si Ji™, Lucky O’Leary Jackpots™, Celestial Sun Riches™, and Celestial Moon Riches™ are among the top new releases arriving to PGS for the first time and will be at Konami Booth #43, which will also feature a suite of Concerto™ SeleXion® multi-game offerings across its upright, slant, and curved cabinets.

“Konami is delivering a leading library of proven entertainment to Peru Gaming Show 2018, from imaginative progressive mechanics to original symbol-driven features,” said Eduardo Aching, vice president, international gaming operations at Konami Gaming, Inc. “Casino customers across the region will discover over 50 new game themes for SeleXion and incredible single-screen releases for curved Concerto Crescent, designed with a focus on creative engagement and exceptional quality,” he added.

Game releases at PGS 2018 include Smash Smash Festival linked progressive, with an increasing prize pool of mystery piñata awards, and classic Quick Strike™, a 2-level standalone progressive first popularised on K2V™ which has recently expanded to Concerto’s KP3+™ platform. Both are compatible with Concerto SeleXion multi-game, on upright and Slant. Concerto Crescent will feature SeleXion, as well as a strong mix of titles with built-in progressive features such as Star Watch Fire™, Star Watch Magma™, Lucky O’Leary Jackpots, and more.

“New progressive game series like Smash Smash Festival and Star Watch have demonstrated outstanding success for our customers,” said Aching. “Konami is thrilled to share these and many more top developments with casino operators from across the region during PGS 2018.”

In this article:
business peru peru gaming show