Top products receive high honors at Gaming Technology Summit
The top winners were announced at a luncheon Wednesday, during the final day of the Gaming Technology Summit, presented by WhiteSand Gaming and BNP Media, also publishers of Casino Journal. The luncheon, at Green Valley Ranch hotel-casino in Henderson, Nev., also honored all of the Top 20 award-winners.
WMS Gaming earned top honors from the judges, receiving the Platinum Award for its Player’s Life Web Services.
Bally Technologies’ Code Red gaming machine landed the coveted Attendee Choice Award, in which Gaming Technology Summit attendees vote for their favorite product from among the Top 20 winners. Bally also earned the Gold Award for its Code Red game. Resort Advantage took home the Silver Award for its Real-Time SSN/OFAC/DML Verification Integrated with IRS Forms eFiling.
Platinum winner WMS’ Player’s Life Web Services takes the Adaptive Gaming experience to a new level by offering a full suite of applications that can be used along with WMS’ content and system applications to enhance player engagement and create integrated online (Web-based) and offline (real-life) player experiences.
Gold Award-winner and Attendee Choice Award-winner Bally Technologies’ Code Red \ features a first-of-its-kind 20-inch “curved” LCD display. Code Red looks, feels, and plays like a traditional reel spinning slot – but is really a video. It uses Bally’s proprietary ALPHA 2 game electronics housed in the Pro Series Upright V22/22 cabinet, and offers a number of interactive features currently only seen in video games.
Code Red also features Bally’s award-winning U-Spin gesture-control play mechanic to award free games, progressive jackpots, or bonus credits. Silver Award-winning Resort Advantage’s Real-Time SSN/OFAC/DML Verification Integrated with IRS Forms eFiling gives the property cage and floor staff the ability to instantly and automatically verify a patron’s key regulatory forms processing data elements in real-time prior to generating IRS forms.
This can help ensure that e-filings will be as accurate as possible prior to the patron leaving the property.