Konami Gaming, Inc. exhibited at Global Gaming Expo (G2E) 2013 (below, G2E 2013), the world’s premier casino industry exhibition, which was held in Las Vegas from Tuesday, September 24*.
At G2E 2013, Konami displayed a diverse range of gaming machines each boasting tremendous entertainment value, including "Podium Goliath," an up-scaled version of popular video slots cabinet "Podium" capable of supporting multiple video slot machine series. Also on display were slot machines "Dragon’s Law" and "Solstice Celebration" (both created for 3D-compatible next-generation platform "KP3"), and the large-size multi-station cabinet "Titan 360."
Attendees were also introduced to casino management system "SYNKROS," a new evolution of the existing "Konami Casino Management System" packed with additional features. "SYNKROS" is a system that manages all kinds of information in real time, including data from all slot machines within a casino establishment, customer information, and accounting. Analysis of the collected data then provides the casino management company with a useful marketing tool.
Konami will continue to develop casino-related products from a global market perspective, to provide customers worldwide with fresh, new entertainment experiences.
The KONAMI booth at G2E 2013
The large-size multi-station cabinet "Titan 360"
< Konami Gaming, Inc. Profile >
A wholly owned subsidiary of KONAMI CORPORATION
Established: 1997, Location: Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A.
Business operations: Development, production, sale, and services related to casino slot machines and other gaming devices, plus casino management systems.
Konami Gaming, Inc. acts as Konami’s gaming & systems business branch in the U.S., providing top-quality products and services for the global casino market.
The Konami Group also includes Konami Australia Pty Ltd., which functions in the same manner as Konami Gaming, Inc. to produce and sell casino gaming devices and provide a range of services across a broad market, from Australia and New Zealand to Southeast Asia. Konami holds 357 gaming licenses worldwide, including in the U.S. and Australia.
Konami Gaming, Inc.