SHIFT Interactive, a division of Suzo?Happ Group, and MGM Resorts International have signed a multi?year agreement to support the launch of the InteractivePro Table (IPT). The initial 20 InteractivePro Tables will be installed during this initial market?testing phase at two of Las Vegas’ landmark casinos: MGM Grand and The Mirage.
According to company press materials, the new InteractivePro Table offers a unique 10?point multi?touch experience suitable for a wide range of applications, excellent for television, video and interactive entertainment in bars, casino floors, hotel suites, restaurants and lounges. Each IPT operates with the proprietary InteractiveProVision Platform and Application that allows up to four user screens at the same time. The IPT comes in three configuration models which are bar, lounge and dining height. All are manufactured from industrial grade components, ensuring high reliability and suitability to withstand harsh public environments.
The InteractivePro Table was originally developed for the Australian sports betting and wagering market, allowing its players to watch sports and access their betting account while at the IPT. Since its inception the table has evolved to a more sophisticated interactive entertainment product.
“We have invested a great amount of effort in reaching the younger demographic and we believe that including the InteractivePro Table in our strategic initiatives will revolutionize how Generations X and Y experience MGM properties,” said Tom Mikulich, senior vice president of business development for MGM Resorts in a prepared statement. “If all goes to plan, we are looking at additional units across multiple MGM properties in the next year. This will enable us to have a stronger integration with customers using our current interactive platforms.”
The launch of InteractivePro Table fortifies a long?standing relationship between MGM Resorts International and the Suzo?Happ Group. “MGM is a recognized authority in gaming and hospitality and we have been fortunate to have unceasing opportunities to work alongside them for more than a decade,” said Jim Brendel, CEO and president of Suzo?Happ. “Introducing our InteractivePro Tables at their properties supports both our plans for the future.”