Konami Gaming, Inc. announced a strong showcase of new game series and slot cabinets featured at the 2019 ICE London event in ExCeL London, UK. On February 5 – 7, more than 30,000 guests will have the chance to experience Konami’s leading progressive game offerings and single-screen releases for Concerto Crescent and Stack. Money Galaxy, Agent: Magnifying Jackpots, Magician’s Charm and Sparkling Roses: Color Bloom are among the top series featured at this year’s ICE for the first time. In addition, this year marks the ICE premiere of Konami’s newest slot cabinets: KX 43 and Concerto Opus. Both are arriving at Konami stand #S7-110 with 4K Ultra HD displays and an exciting mix of debut game titles.
“This year at ICE London, guests will discover a record variety of single-screen releases for Konami’s curved Crescent and tall Stack cabinets, backed by top-performing play mechanics from symbol-driven links to Strike Zone,” said Eduardo Aching, vice president, international gaming operations. “In addition to showing exceptional results across diverse markets, Konami’s library of single-screen content offers flexible configuration options for multi-denom, multi-currency, and multi-game.”
Agent: Magnifying Jackpots and Inspector: Sign of the Jackpots are among the featured Strike Zone titles for Crescent and Stack. Throughout game play, players have the option to activate additional reel areas for expanding full-reels wilds and higher jackpot odds by increasing their selected Strike Zone at higher extra bet amounts. In addition to multi-denom and multi-currency options, this standalone jackpot series is SeleXion multi-game compatible. Star Watch is another popular Strike Zone series featured on the floor of this year’s ICE London, with standalone progressive jackpots and instant symbol-driven credit prize awards.
“Continuing the success of Smash Smash Festival, Konami’s ICE 2019 lineup includes five new linked progressive jackpot games for dual-screen Concerto upright and Slant,” said Aching. “All feature original math and mechanics, from pick ‘em progressives to Stay & Spin instant credit prizes.”
Symbol-driven linked progressives Money Galaxy and Thunder Arrow are among the debut series for Konami’s Stay & Spin feature. Both are showcased at ICE 2019 on Concerto upright and provide players the chance at multi-round credit collect bonuses throughout game play. Guests at ICE 2019 will also discover SeleXion-compatible linked progressives Magician’s Charm and Power Boost Inferno. Similar to Smash Smash Festival, these jackpot games can combine with a mix of popular Konami base games, including Chili Chili Fire, Dragon’s Law Twin Fever and Lion Carnival.
This year marks the ICE debut of Konami’s 43-inch screen KX 43 and 65-inch screen Concerto Opus cabinets, with 4K Ultra HD. Both machines offer a relaxed slant top, dual spin buttons, dual cup holders, and exceptional 4K game library. Concerto Opus is a large-screen video slot cabinet, for comfortable enjoyment by players and pairs. KX 43 is a new cabinet type from Konami, with a standard base width and edge lighting effects that extend from the topper to the floor.
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