Home » Konami’s Concerto video slot machine goes global
Konami Gaming, Inc., a global leader in casino gaming and systems, announced the expansion of its new Concerto video upright cabinet to a variety of international gaming markets with strong forecast through 2016 and beyond. With shipments landing across jurisdictions such as Aruba, Uruguay, Mexico, France, and more, Konami’s Concerto is reaching diverse player demographics with the largest screen size in its class for a cinematic video slot experience. In addition, original new KP3+ platform games such as Dragon’s Law Twin Fever, Chili Chili Fire, and Radiant Queen demonstrate robust performance and response.
“With the recent launch of Concerto, we saw the perfect opportunity to give our customers the latest slot games to hit the market, with eye-catching graphic interaction from the top digital sign display down through the dynamic button panel,” said Juan José Rivas Soberon, slot director at CODERE México.
Concerto is Konami’s showcase product at this year’s ICE Totally Gaming show in ExCel London, where an estimated 25,000 gaming executives and professionals will have access to the company’s latest game releases. In addition to new KP3+ platform games, Konami’s Concerto also supports compatibility with most all KP3 platform games like China Shores and Solstice Celebration.
“Not only do we have access to the very latest Konami video slots, we can use Concerto to highlight classic popular themes like Dragon’s Law. So even though it is a completely new machine, we have the greatest flexibility to choose from both the newest games and a deep library of proven video slot themes,” said Ing. Sergio Frigerio, gaming director at Casino Municipale di Campione D`Italia.
“Konami has achieved strong momentum abroad with slot cabinet innovations like SeleXion and Rapid Revolver,” said Eduardo Aching, vice president, international sales at Konami. “Concerto is undoubtedly a successful continuation of the strong entertainment value and product quality our international customers expect.”
I want to hear from you. Tell me how we can improve.
This issue of Casino Journal is the security issue featuring how gaming operators remain on the lookout for better ways to protect the casino resort enterprise, advice on how to improve surveillance system performance, the steps one hotel chain took to protect against COVID, and much more!