The Gaming Division from Win Systems, the leading technology supplier for the gaming and entertainment industry, will present impressive new products in the company booth #2848 in G2E Las Vegas.
More specifically, the manufacturer will showcase the new slant-top machine GameStar ST3 and the amazing Symbol driven jackpot Power Gong for the GameStar slot range. Additionally, the supplier will exhibit for the first time its hybrid system for the Gold Club electronic roulette which allows players to choose either playing the traditional electronic roulette game or the new Gold Club Chinese Roulette.
The new GameStar ST3 combines the comfort of slant-tops with the latest design trends and playability from upright slot machines. Thanks to its HD 27” screens, high definition graphics and its superior 2.1 sound system, the GameStar ST3 is expected to become one of the trade-show and market sensations. Furthermore, the extensive and attractive GameStar games library, together with the Dual Ambience Adaptive Illumination Technology will ensure an exciting playing experience.
In line with the aim to provide the best gaming experience to players, Win Systems will also bring to G2E Las Vegas its latest Symbol driven jackpot Power Gong. The new WAP/LAP multi-denomination GameStar jackpot will include 3 awesome games, 3 progressive levels and 6 bonus levels.
The Win Systems’ Gaming Division will also be showing innovative solutions for its Gold Club electronic roulette collection, as it will premiere its hybrid system allowing players to select either playing traditional electronic roulette game or playing the recently launched Chinese Roulette. Gold Club recently presented this new roulette game, with a bet table featuring the usual 36 numbers plus zero, but laid out as a figure of eight (in reference with the relation of this number with good luck in the Chinese tradition). Players are also able to bet on alternative sets of numbers based on elements from the mystical Chinese culture. The Chinese Roulette aims to attract numerous Asian players in casinos all around the world.