By Triana O'Keefe, editor Australian Hotelier
Over recent weeks, Scientific Games has been conducting a series of presentations around the country that have been bringing customers up to date on new developments in the company, along with showcasing the new Dualos cabinet that will be released at the Australasian Gaming Expo (AGE).
Since finalising the acquisition of Bally Technologies late last year, locally the focus has been to work on strategies that will enable the team to take advantage of the impressive IP library that exists across the Bally, WMS and Shuffle Master brands. Fine tuning a diverse range of games for the local market, or as senior vice president Australia and Asia Adrian Halpenny puts it: “Australianising the content” has been a key priority for the Sydney-based studio in the lead up to this year’s AGE. Adrian along with Russel Gartner, vice president sales and marketing and Ray Brown, hotel sales manager agree that Dualos hits a new high for the organisation.
Scientific Games has designed Dualos, its new dual screen upright cabinet, specifically with the Australian player in mind. It offers unique, premier content customised for players, as well as gaming experiences that have already been proven player-favourites in the Australian market. The Dualos offers exclusive access to the gaming world's largest, most diverse library of video gaming content drawing from three of the industry's strongest brands — WMS, Bally and Shuffle Master — combined with attention-grabbing hardware that will help diversify a gaming floor.
• Dual 23” LCDs with PCT touchscreen
• Clear-gloss finish LCDs, consistent with premium displays
• Supports current peripherals, including coin support and fast feed entry
• OLED button panel
• Optional marquee (Glass and LCD)
• Fresh Aesthetics/Emotive Lighting