Gaming & Systems Business

Casino gaming has been legalized in more than 130 countries and regions, and this number increases every year.
KONAMI's Gaming & Systems business was initiated in 1996, and has expanded across the globe while securing gaming licenses in the world's major markets, including North America and Australia.

Gaming businesses are subject to strict licensing conditions, which include requirements of honesty and integrity at the highest level of standards.
KONAMI's dedication to stringent corporate compliance has contributed to securing gaming licenses in 401(*) locations worldwide, including North America. KONAMI develops, produces, and sells a range of gaming machines and casino management systems around the globe.
(*) As of the end of August 2016

Ever-expanding Gaming Markets

*The size of each circle on the map roughly shows the market size of each region

Gaming Licenses Secured in 401 Locations Worldwideb
Expanding our Gaming & Systems Business Across the Globe

KONAMI has obtained gaming licenses in the world's major gaming markets, including North America, Australia and Asia, and established itself as Japan's top company in the gaming and systems industry.
Current gaming licenses held by KONAMI as of the end of August 2016 are as follows:

America Australia Other

Gaming Devices

With recent technological advancements, demand is growing for gaming machines that offer superior entertainment value. The ability for devices to withstand long operating hours at casinos, meaning high durability and reliability, has also become a key requirement.
KONAMI strives to respond to such market needs, by drawing on a wealth of technological capabilities and knowledge amassed over years of developing products with excellent entertainment value.

The world's first super-large size multi-station cabinet, "Titan 360," developed through a combination of casino and arcade technology (Licensed in the U.S.)

The world's first super-large size multi-station cabinet, "Titan 360,"
developed through a combination of casino and arcade technology (Licensed in the U.S.)

The new multi-game-series cabinet "SeleXion"

The new multi-game-series cabinet "SeleXion"

The new "Rapid Revolver" cabinet, boasting innovative design

The new "Rapid Revolver" cabinet, boasting innovative design

Management System for Casino Operators"SYNKROS"

"SYNKROS" is a casino management system which is capable of managing slot machine data, customer information, and accounting, all in real time. Analysis of this collected data provides the casino management company with a diverse array of management tools, such as accounting management, safety management and business management assessment, enabling them to offer enhanced customer services.

Casino Flow Map

Assistance in Education and Human Resources Development for Further Growth in the Gaming Industry

KONAMI has established an academic-industrial alliance with the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), in the hope of supporting further development of the gaming industry.
UNLV is a state-run university established in 1957, and its International Gaming Institute (IGI) conducts research and provides education on the various aspects of gaming in an advanced way ranging from casino business to pathological gambling, with a view to educating the future leaders in the gaming industry.
Most recently, KONAMI donated $2.5 million to UNLV in February, 2014.
The donation is being used for the construction of Hospitality Hall (provisional name), a new building to be used by the William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration, an institution with a strong track record of educating notable persons in the field of hospitality, including gaming, tourism, and hotels.

Gaming Industry
Gaming Industry

History of KONAMI Gaming & Systems Business

November 1996
Konami Australia Pty Ltd was established in Australia.
January 1997
Konami Gaming, Inc. was established in the U.S.
October 1997
KONAMI obtained licenses in the Australian States of New South Wales and South Australia to manufacture and sell gaming machines.
January 2000
KONAMI obtained a license from Nevada, U.S.A. to manufacture and sell gaming machines.
August 2001
Konami Gaming, Inc. acquired 100% shares of Paradigm Gaming Systems, Inc., with Konami Gaming, Inc. being the surviving company.
June 2005
Construction was completed on new offices and production facility in Las Vegas, Nevada.
October 2005
KONAMI was selected as a supplier of casino management systems in Quebec, Canada, securing a sales contract in the process.
November 2006
Launched progressive jackpot products "Mystical Temple" and "Quick Strike" in the North American market.
November 2007
Launched "Advantage5" five-reel mechanical slot machines in the North American market
July 2009
Launched next-generation video slot machines in the "Podium" series in the North American market
March 2010
Launched innovative slot machines in the "Advantage Revolution" series in the North American market
January 2011
Launched "Rock around the Clock" for the Advantage Revolution and Advantage5 product lines in the North American market
September 2015
Construction was completed on the second factory for gaming devices in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A.
The facade of the second factory completed in September, 2015
The facade of the second factory completed in September, 2015

The facade of the second factory completed in September, 2015

The completion ceremony for the second factory in progress

The completion ceremony for the second factory in progress