Has established a sales and service office in Sydney and will exhibit at next week's Australasian Gaming Expo

Bally Technologies is re-entering the Australian gaming market with its debut at the Australasian Gaming Expo at the Sydney Convention and Expo Centre next week.

“It is time to officially announce to the world that Bally is bringing its 78 years of innovation back to the Australian market,” said Gavin Isaacs, Bally Technologies chief operating officer. “We have established a sales and service office in Sydney, led locally by longtime gaming industry experts and my former colleagues Michael McNee and Ron Jeffrey, and regionally by Cath Burns, vice president and managing director of Bally Asia-Pacific, who is also an Australian. This experienced team is working with our Bally global staff to ensure that we bring the right games and systems products to Australia so that our customers can fully capitalize on Bally’s world-class innovation.”

Bally will present a sampling of its award-winning portfolio of advanced games and systems technologies in its 135-square-meter exhibit in Booth 360.

“One of the most exciting things for me is that we are coming into the market with our new and sophisticated Pro Series slot cabinets on our new ALPHA 2 gaming platform; a powerful hardware platform that enables dramatic new levels of interactivity, visual quality, and performance,” Isaacs said. “This combination will enable us to offer Australia gaming operators the most exciting and compelling video and stepper games for players – right out of the gate.

Show attendees will see how the Pro Series cabinets add to the game excitement with a custom HD surround-sound stereo experience, game lighting synchronized with game play, and the iDeck for even greater player interaction.

Additionally, Bally will showcase a number of games on its ALPHA Elite V32 vertical cabinet, including the industry’s hottest new game: Cash Spin with U-Spin gesture-control technology that enables players to spin a virtual bonus wheel on the display just as if it were an actual physical wheel. Also on display will be several of Bally’s Quick Hit games. And Bally also will present Fireball, one of its most successful video slot products.

Bally Technologies also will use the AGE show to introduce its portfolio of advanced slot accounting, player-tracking, marketing, and bonusing systems technology to the Australian gaming market. Bally is recognized as the global industry systems leader with more than 417,000 machines and approximately 614 casino, bingo, Class II, central determination and lottery locations worldwide - including more than 315 locations currently running Bally eTICKET on more than 315,000 slot machines.

“We offer Australia gaming operators a full package of world-class systems solutions,” said Ramesh Srinivasan, executive vice president – Bally Systems. “This includes our SDS slot management, slot accounting, and customer-relationship database marketing solution, augmented by our Bally Business Intelligence data analysis and player analytics tool; the iVIEW Technology Suite for in-game marketing, including iVIEW DISPLAY MANAGER (DM); Bally Command Center, a server-based solution for dynamic floor control from a central location; and Bally CoolSign, a property-wide, server-based media-management solution.”