The native gaming show convened great amount of visitors as well as 6,000 leaders and executives of tribal casinos.
US.- The National Indian Gaming Association –NIGA– welcomed last week the new Boldly Creative Concerto Games by Konami Gaming Inc., distinguished casino gaming developer. The most attractive Concerto KP3+ platform games, including recent first Frogger themed slots in the world, standalone game named Jackpot Ball, the latest Rapid Revolver titles and an innovative casino management system –Synkros– positioned the American company as the leading provider of gaming solutions and products throughout the world.
“In terms of art design, bonus mechanics, animation effects, and core mathematics, our games R&D has worked to deliver creativity and ingenuity in every detail, and this quality is directly manifest in Concerto’s performance,” commented Matt Reback, Konami’s vice president of marketing. Concerto, the high quality technology, has been multiplying its customers since last year’s launch. Furthermore, as Reback highlighted, the success and unrelenting performance are achieved thanks to the “visual interest and creative richness provided by the original new KP3+ themes.”
NIGA’s visitors were invited to experience the 5-reel game called Freya’s Magic; Xtra Reward game, Lamp of Destiny; new ULTRA REELS 972 WAYS title and debutante Burning Wold, all featuring special a bonus. As well as Jackpot Ball, the Wheel of the Imperial Eggs was presented as exclusive stand alone progressive title. Great novelty was the Frogger video slot designed with new slot-style combined with arcade classic signature, that are going to be added to Konami’s top-tier Podium Monument cabinet. “Frogger has remained one of the world’s most singularly recognisable video games for more than 30 years, and now players will have the chance to experience their favorite Frogger features with a real-money casino spin,” added the vice president of marketing.
Finally, Konami showcased the premier of the Synkros system that takes management solutions beyond, it was available for free tests at booth 1134. The opportunities to try the system were done through Konami’s approaches such as demo environment SYNKiosk, multi-game True Time Tournaments and casino mobile apps.