Industry’s leading lights attend G2E 2016

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The world’s largest gaming convention, the three-day Global Gaming Expo (G2E) took place at the Sands Expo and Convention Center on 27 September.

G2E’s trade-show floor is known as a showcase for companies to display new gaming technology, especially slot machines, and this year was no exception.

Scientific Games staged a massive display of products including new brands and licences with the company teaming up with with Warner Bros. Consumer Products to introduce the Seinfeld Slot Game, based on the Emmy-winning comedy series.

JCM brought its most comprehensive portfolio of automated payment systems to this year’s show, including Easitrax Web, a recent software extension of Easitrax Soft Count, an RFID-based cash management system that is now installed in more that 200,000 games worldwide.

JCM débuted its newest landmark printer,  the GEN5 – the gaming industry’s first system-centric thermal printer – which holds the power to print a wide range of transactional documents alongside its market leading iVIZION bill validator.

Suzohapp, the industry’s leading component, parts and cash management solutions provider, introduced its innovative latest product, the Picture Key Technology from Fairlight. The  panel was displayed in the interactive gaming area of the company’s booth, together with the new Skill Based Controller and a wide range of innovative components.

Novomatic retook it multi-level booth at this year’s event, previewing its The full V.I.P. suite for the first time in the US, showcasing the Novotstar V.I.P. II, V.I.P. III, V.I.P. Royal and V.I.P. Lounge.

This year UK-based gaming equipment components and systems manufacturer Gamesman, celebrated its 20th anniversary at G2E

Meanwhile the team from Clarion previewed the 2017 edition of ICE Totally Gaming, the world’s largest gaming show.

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