Well, I have just put another Global Gaming Expo (G2E) in the rearview mirror. If you count World Gaming Congress, the predecessor event to G2E, I have been to almost 20 annual gatherings of the best and brightest gaming minds and products in Las Vegas. I’d be lying if I said I could still distinguish one such gathering from the other.
At G2E, International Game Technology PLC (IGT) announced that Wynn Resorts has signed an agreement to install a comprehensive suite of IGT systems applications at Wynn Las Vegas, and at Wynn Palace in Macau and Wynn Everett in Massachusetts upon completion of their construction.
Gaming Laboratories International is proud to announce that the company is now accepting Nevada submissions for skill-based gaming due to the regulatory changes as a result of Nevada Legislature of Senate Bill 9 (SB9).
At last year’s Global Gaming Expo (G2E), IGT was one of many large gaming manufacturers adapting to a recent megamerger; in this case with GTECH and its existing slot machine products lines. Fast forward to 2015 G2E and the merger has been completed with the new combined company, re-christened IGT, showcasing new product in the gaming machine, electronic table games, casino systems and iGaming markets.
It was hard to miss the Aristocrat Technologies booth at this year’s Global Gaming Expo (G2E) in Las Vegas, thanks in large part to a surrounding overhead presentation the emulated the verticality and curved nature of its popular Double Arc slot cabinet.